Posts Tagged ‘Fishing’

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A cut above: Knife sharpening methods & products

From filleting fish to field dressing animals to whittling sticks, knives play a big role in our outdoor pursuits…Here’s a breakdown of three sharpening methods and products that will ensure your knives are ready to work when called upon.

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Beyond the rod and reel: New 2017 fly gear

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:

Trevor Ovenstone
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Photo Friday Winner – March 17, 2017

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner Trevor Ovenstone of Dryden! Trevor was out fishing in northwestern Ontario…

Temagami - catch
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Scratching the surface of Temagami walleye

You should talk to my Uncle Serge,” said Yannick Loranger when I tell him I’m heading to Lake Temagami. “He’s got the walleye figured out.”

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Ice Fishing
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Tips to catch those last chance lakers

The end of winter may be just around the corner, but the best ice fishing of the season isn’t over. Late ice means great weather and hungry lakers across Ontario’s ice belt.

finesse walleye
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6 Finesse tips to catch more walleye

Ice fishing walleye during the day is typically a finesse game. Try these tricks to fool picky fish during the day.

Sonny Ostman
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Photo Friday Winner – March 10, 2017

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner Sonny Ostman of Dryden! Sonny was out fishing with his girlfriend Jessyca Gauthier, pictured here…

Andrew Kenny
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Photo Friday Winner – March 3, 2017

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner Andrew Kenny of Toronto!

Ice Fishing
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Can’t miss ice-jigging lure options

Knowing how and when to choose specific ice fishing jigging lures can go a long way to improving winter success.