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Bass, walleye, trout — no matter what you’re fishing, Ontario OUT of DOORS has the latest tips and tricks.
Climate change doesn't bode well for fish, researcher warns, as fish are losing habitat space at the bottom of lakes.
It wasn’t until my son Joseph and I were plying the weed-choked Scugog River just north of Lindsay during the this year’s bass opener that I really fully appreciated our newly refurbished Wolverine canoe.
On a late fall morning, a dozen or so volunteers gather on a wooded hill with a magnificent view of Georgian Bay. This group has no interest in the autumn splendour, however.
New ballast-water regulations aim to stop spread of invasive species in Canada. Sea-going vessels have been held responsible in the past.
The solunar calendar for September 2021 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.
Though balloons usually mean happy times, sometimes the sight of them is no cause for celebration.
Chinwag with smallmouth specialists and you can bet your favourite soft plastic they’ll tell you bass become conditioned to angling pressure.
When it comes to soft baits, worm profiles regularly put walleye in my boat. Fish can’t resist the thin silhouette and wispy action.
After watching my angling partners cast before making my own, I glanced down at my bucktail in time to catch a flash of white. The fish missed, but just as I planned to do a figure-8, it swiped again. This time, I wasn’t asleep at the wheel.