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If you’re heading into the wilderness, what survival tools should you take? It depends. Are you planning a typical day trip of hunting or fishing?
A tree stand is one of the bowhunter’s most important tools. Sit quietly in one that is in the right place and you’ll see deer and have shot opportunities. Place one thoughtlessly and you’ll enjoy nothing but solitude.
So, you’ve been watching hunting shows on TV and you’d like to try a bit of long-range hunting?... Here's what you need to know before you take that long-range shot...
We are often asked about the use of multiple firearms when hunting. So we've rounded up some of our most helpful question and answers from our "Ask a C.O." section of the magazine.
We’re giving you an inside look at the 2017-2018 Hunting Gear Guide, with our ammo section. To get the full guide on shotguns, rifles, and bows, pick up your copy of the 2017-2018 Hunting Annual on newsstands now...
In addition to regular practice, it’s important to be sure your equipment is functioning properly. Here are steps you should take before heading out to ensure your bow is ready.
If you plan on travelling by plane to fill your game tags, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) has some travel tips and advice that will make travelling easier and getting to your destination faster.
As anglers, we subject our fishing rods to a fair amount of abuse.... Dirty rod cork got you down? Here's a quick and easy fix.
Don’t leave the launch without these hooks in your tackle bag when chasing ‘eyes.