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I’m not the kind of outdoorsman who plans on luck, but I have hunted and fished for long enough to know that if you don’t have any, you are well…out of luck.
Like most people, I like to believe I'm careful and not clumsy. In the bush and when hunting or fishing, I go out of my way to avoid trouble. Yet despite my best efforts, things still happen.
Seems that 2017 has become a year of change for fish and wildlife management in Ontario. It began with the MNRF's long-awaited update of the province's small game policies...
In the digital age, the written word still matters. As a big fan of print, I was happy to see several new books on varying subjects hit the shelves in 2017. Here are a few new titles worth a read.
I've been realizing that a long-time part of my steelhead fishing life is about to be retired. My favourite waders have finally passed their best before date.
March 20 marked spring equinox...the day when hours of daylight and nighttime are approximately equal. Strangely enough, that same equilibrium holds true for my freezer.
While attending The Fly Fishing Show in Somerset, NJ recently, I had more fun probing the aisles for the overlooked items worth the find...it’s the largest all fly-fishing retail show in the world. Here are my top picks:
I stopped dead, and stared at the deer. It was a buck with the curl of its golden antlers visible. It had locked onto my position, but I didn't move a muscle...
Gord Ellis reflects back on late fall days on the water & one of the very best times to catch a giant fish.