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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Black Bears Don't Attack People???? Yeh OK...


Monday, October 3, 2011

Sail Sporting Goods Coming To Oshawa

There's a new Sporting Goods Store coming to town sportsfans. Thats right Sail is opening a store in Oshawa Ontario. Opening the first of December. Everything I've heard, and seen this is going to give outdoors enthusiasts one more place to shop; and all of their employees are experienced in the departments they are employed in............fantastic! Their prices are more than competitive, their products are all top notch and they are always having sales and other great incentives..........Here's the link to their information; check out their catalogue online, but remember this is only a small portion of what they carry, and the prices in the catalogue are not necessarily what you'll pay in store.......sometimes much lower. http://www.sail.ca/

Wednesday, August 3, 2011



Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Do you have your boat operators card yet?

Don't delay, the course isn't that hard and can be completed in a very small amount of time. I encourage you to contact pleasure craft operator card Ontario It's now mandatory that anyone who operates a boat requires a boat operators card.

Monday, April 18, 2011

MNR's new Fishing Online Search Tool

One of the latest and greatest MNR (Ministry of Natural Resources) online tools for those avid fisherman in Ontario who are looking for stocking, and want to know what fish species can be found in what lakes, and some lakes have contours, as well as aerial photography. Then check out this link http://www.web2.mnr.gov.on.ca/fish_online/fishing/fishingExplorer_en.html I think this is one great tool for any fisherman. Try searching for stocked lakes within an area of where you currently are..........try out some of the features. the closer you zoom in on an area the more information comes up...........awesome..!!!!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

2011 Canadian Fly Fishing Forum

If it’s about fly fishing, it’s at the Forum. The non-profit event features fly fishing seminars and an exhibit hall.

April 9-10, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Burlington Holiday Inn, 3063 South Service Road, Burlington.

This event supported by volunteers from the Izaak Walton Fly Fishing Club promotes fly fishing and conservation.

For more information: http://www.iwffc.ca/ or (905) 276-6345.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Looking For Sporting Goods Products To Review...

Outdoors Ontario is looking for products to use, review and evaluate after using them like they were intended to be used. We will provide accurate true unbiased reviews and will work directly with the owner/distributor/manufacturer ensuring that your review receives a fair evaluation. If you have a product you would like real outdoorsmen or outdoorswomen to use and review and report back to our following, contact us by e-mail. We hunt, fish, camp, hike, carve, canoe, boat, travel, cook, photograph and many things in between. We will only accept your product for review knowing that we can provide you with an accurate and fair evaluation. We will not post any article regarding a product until we have discussed our findings and received permission to do so. So if you would like Outdoors Ontario to review a product and post our evaluation to our followers please contact us a outdoorsontario@gmail.com

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Logging Arch for ATV's

I've previously posted articles on the logging arch by Norwood Industries and have noticed the interest from all over North America and beyond. I thought it was only right to post yet another article on this logging Arch for ATV's. This thing is a brute, if you're disappointed in it's abilities you must be trying to haul giant redwoods. Seriously folks this is one awesome piece of equipment, I have nothing bad to say about it, the only limitations are the power and gripping ability of your tires on you're quad. During March I will be dropping approximately sixty 26 foot red pine for my log cabin, and I already know that the logging arch will probably be pulling two logs at a time; each tree being approximately 20 inches at the butt and 26 feet long. Now how can you complain about that............and that's with a 400 Outlander Quad. So if you are still wondering....................Don't! Oh and no I don't work for nor am I sponsored by Norwood Industries.........yet!

Fishing BC

During my career of working, and living what I would consider to be the greatest job in the world I have experienced more than the average outdoor enthusiast. This article is dedicated to my time spent employed as a Forest Officer with the Ministry of Forests in Stewart, British Columbia. This article is specifically dedicated to fishing Meziadin Lake, located in the interior of BC, 40 minutes from Stewart BC. If you ever find yourself in Stewart or on your way to the Yukon, or Alaska be sure to fish this lake. You can launch your boat at the Provincial park, and head straight across the lake, when you reach the far side, troll approximately 20 feet from shore and use a Cleo; no weight in 5 -10 ft of water. If you troll more than a half an hour without either catching a Dolly Varden or a Rainbow ....I can't help you.....lol . I can't tell you how many times and how many years this worked for me; the locals troll deep water, fish off the mouth of the creeks...........I used this method, would meet them back at camp and they'd say "Any Luck?" I'd simply say no, go help yourself to a cold one.........when they opened the cooler I'd get ........you " Jerk" What are you using? I'd simply reply "A Cleo"; to which they would say "What the heck is a Cleo" To which I would say ..."It's an Ontario lure for catching fish!" I used to laugh so hard, it made me cry. But seriously folks, this is one part of BC that is tuly amazing.

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Hoyt Carbon Element

What more could the serious bow hunter want in a bow? This is one awesome bow; lightweight advanced technology at its best. I know whats on my wishlist for the 2011 hunting season. Now to save mt pennies.......

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Results of our Deer Food Plots December 31, 2010

The photos say it all; our food plots are doing exactly what we had hoped. As soon as the colder weather hit and the snow began to fall, the deer moved in and have eaten all of the corn, all the soybeans, and have pawed and eaten the Brasika, Sugar beets......Awesome!

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