Posts Tagged ‘Fishing’

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Handcrafted fly reels of Wayne Petrevan

I absolutely love handcrafted tackle, whether it’s bamboo fly rods, reels, hooks, leather fly wallets, or flies. But what draws me to craftsmanship is the ownership of what they do. These are makers that are producing parts of themselves…

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Strike King acquired by Lew’s

Strike King, one of the fishing industry’s most iconic brands, has been acquired by Lew’s, a holding corporation that also owns Mr. Crappie, Hunter’s Specialties, and Buck Bomb.

November 2017 Solunar Calendar
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November 2017 Solunar Calendar

The November 2017 solunar calendar is now available! Find out when wildlife is most likely to be active this month.

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New Canadian 5-bass tournament record

“In it to win it!” is Matt Belzil’s mantra. He and tournament partner Jason Clay did just that with a historic 31.84-pound limit of five bass at the 2017 Jack Link’s Lake Simcoe Open out of Orillia…

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Navionics acquired by Garmin

Garmin has announced their acquisition of Navionics, a provider of marine electronic navigation charts and mobile applications.

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Don’t discount docks once the leaves drop

Boat docks can be hot even if the water temperature is not… how many of you fish docks once the leaves begin to drop? Give these six tips a go this season to see why you should be.

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Gord Ellis to be inducted into Fishing Hall of Fame

Ontario OUT of DOORS (OOD) Senior Editor Gord Ellis recently learned he is going to be one of the latest inductees into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame in Hayward, Wisconsin.

October 2017
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October 2017 Solunar Calendar

The October 2017 Solunar Calendar is available now! Find out when wildlife is most likely to be active this month.

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Thornbury dam failure causes fish kill

A power outage on September 29 that affected the Town of Blue Mountain for seven to eight hours was also responsible for a major failure at the Thornbury dam on the Beaver River. It caused a malfunction, which…