Posts Tagged ‘Hunting’

December 2018
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December 2018 Solunar Calendar

The solunar calendar for December 2018 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month…

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The cutover

Recently, as I tromped through a large cutover area northwest of Thunder Bay, I had a revelation…So many of my hunting memories are tied with cuts there’s likely enough stuff for a book…

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Moose draw system coming under review

The Ontario government has announced its intention to improve the moose draw process…

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Firearms marking deferred again

Canada’s firearms marking program has once again been delayed, giving the firearms industry another reprieve. First introduced in 2004, the program would require all new firearms imported…

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Cormorant hunt in the works

An Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR) Registry Proposal Notice released on Nov. 19 is asking for input regarding a proposed hunting season for double-crested cormorants starting in 2019…

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Plan ahead for Nov. – Dec. licence interruptions

Hunters and anglers who need hunting or fishing licences or licences requiring game seals should be aware of two planned service interruptions to the system that take place starting…

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Don’t discount drives for a fulfilling moose hunt

Pushing moose out of hiding and toward spots where your hunting party is posted can be amazingly effective when conditions are right and the hunt is well…

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Premier names new Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry

Premier Doug Ford has announced a new Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry as part of a cabinet shuffle. Replacing Jeff Yurek at the helm of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) is John Yakabuski…

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Moose sausage and lentil stew

This tasty stew is full of flavour and hearty enough to fill up the hungriest hunters in camp. Just be sure to make a double batch as there will be plenty of empty bowls looking for seconds.