Bass, walleye, trout — no matter what you’re fishing, Ontario OUT of DOORS has the latest tips and tricks.
Making your own floats is a great DIY project that will provide you with customized floats you won’t find at your local tackle shop. Check out these step-by-step instructions and how-to video!
Casting jerkbaits for walleye wasn’t part of my game plan, but often anglers are forced to change when walleye are the target. So I jerked walleye.
Imagine a topwater lure that skims across the surface, churning water, gurgling, and splashing during the retrieve. On the pause, it floats, doing a deadly imitation of game fish forage, tempting even the most finicky fish.
The solunar calendar for May 2018 is now available! Check it for dates and times when wildlife is most likely to be active this month.
Making your own gear has it rewards, especially when a fresh chrome trout yanks it down. Check out these step-by-step instructions for DIY cured eggs that will be sure to put a trout on your line.
The solunar calendar for April 2018 is now available! Check it for dates and times when wildlife is most likely to be active this month.
Ontario is dotted with lakes stocked with splake. These hard fighting, great eating fish provide excellent angling opportunities, particularly early in the springtime. Combining the right location with the right presentation will get results.
You don’t need a huge collection of ice fishing lures to catch walleye. In fact, all you need are a couple baits... and you’ll be setting hooks all day long.
The solunar calendar for March 2018 is now available! Check it for dates and times when wildlife is most likely to be active this month.