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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

The fish (rainbows) are in.............in large numbers

I think the photos say it all don't you. Some of these bows would probably go at least 12 to 14 lbs.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Sierra Sportsmen Photo Contest

Photo ContestAim... Shoot... Win!
Your chance at a $500 Gift Certificate!Sierra Sportsmen Photo Contest April 16, 2008 - May 31, 2008 -->
Got a great fishing or hunting photo? Time to cash it in for a $500 gift certificate to Bass Pro Shops or Patagonia! We're looking for photos that capture your passion and respect for the people, places, and critters we love to share our outdoor experiences with! Here are the categories:
Best Kid's Fishing ($500 Bass Pro Shop prize)
Best Kid's Hunting ($500 Patagonia prize)
Best Adult's Fishing ($500 Bass Pro Shop prize)
Best Adult's Hunting ($500 Patagonia prize)
Go to Flickr.com.
Upload your photo, and be sure to...
Tag your photo with "sierrasportsmencontest". This is very important! Without the tag, your photo will not be entered. Be sure to spell it carefully!
The final day to submit photos is May 31, 2008. Contest winners will be determined in a two-step process: First, a group of prominent sportsmen will judge your photo, and pass their 12 favorites along to the finalists category. Next, members of the Sierra Sportsmen Network will vote for the winners among 12 finalists June 9-13, 2008. You may vote for yourself! Photo contest winners will be announced online and through email June 16, 2008. Need help with Flickr? Try here.
Sign up to vote for winners by joining the Sierra Sportsmen Network. Only Network members will be able to vote for a photo contest winner.

More about the judges.The fine print: our rules.


Welcome to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region of British Columbia. In it's entirety, the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region is one of North America's finest areas for fishing. Scattered throughout a beautiful landscape are over 8,000 clean, clear lakes, 17,000 km (10,600 mi) of cool rivers and streams, and a seemingly endless coastline. The region offers superb fishing for trophy rainbow trout, eastern brook trout, dolly varden, lake char, bull trout, whitefish, kokanee and steelhead. Coastal rivers boast big runs of all species of salmon, cutthroat trout, and both winter and summer runs of steelhead.
Far from urban centres, with thousands of fishing options to choose from, the only thing missing is the crowds - no shoulder to shoulder "combat" fishing – just lots of fresh air, pleasant climate and so much open space that you can share it with whomever you want. Or maybe with no one at all…

Friday, April 11, 2008

This Moose is hilarious

Watch this clip of this Moose, you'll never believe what you're watching.

Outdoors Ontario Slideshow