These tasty burgers are a great way to cook some of your fresh speckles. If OOD Senior Editor and brook trout aficionado, Gord Ellis, asks, it’s salmon.
Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner Adam Bierworth of Boulter!
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Managing Editor Ray Blades is on location at ICAST 2017, covering the latest innovations in fishing technology and equipment.
Ontario’s wild turkey hunting season will look different now that proposed changes are confirmed for Jan. 1, 2017 implementation.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) is currently developing a new hunting and fishing licensing system for the province. This proposal could mean sweeping changes to many areas of the current system.
The MNRF is currently reviewing the use and harvest of baitfish and leeches in Ontario in an effort to minimize the spread of invasive species and protect ecosystems, but some are saying the proposal in its current form is too restrictive.
Recurring issues have caused the Municipality of Port Hope to consider implementing night fishing restrictions and a $40 Municipal Access Fishing Pass.
A boating bill that will change responsibilities between Canadian customs and American and Canadian boaters is expected to receive Royal Assent and become law as early as next week.
Whether or not turkey season is around the corner it's always a good time to brush up on your knowledge. So step up and let's see how prepared you are for the coming season.