Great to see a happy ending to this story, and kudos to the volunteer crew of the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue team who regularly step up so valiantly and competently to save both anglers and boats. We salute you! This particular rescue is unique because it was partly caught on video. Check it out!
Great to see a happy ending to this story and kudos to

'I thought it was gone for sure': B.C. fishing boat rescue off Vancouver Island

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This video has been making the rounds on social media in the last few days. And with wild turkey season opening up in Ontario today, it's a timely reminder about the importance of identifying your target and only pulling the trigger when you've made sure it's absolutely safe to do so.
This video has been making the rounds on social media in the

Getting shot while turkey hunting

We are posting this video to remind people to always know what you are shooting at and also to know what is behind your target. In this particular incident w...

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Our fishing editor, Gord Pyzer, weighed in on the controversy around unpaid hunting and fishing fines in Ontario. Have a read and add your own comments below.
Our fishing editor Gord Pyzer weighed in on the controversy around unpaid

$3.5 million in Ontario fishing and hunting fines remain unpaid

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Are you in the Ottawa area on April 26? Don't miss this screening of writer, broadcaster and documentary filmmaker Lawrence Gunther's new film about fishing and the destruction of aquatic environments, What Lies Below. Click the link below for details.
Are you in the Ottawa area on April 26 Dont miss this

Screening of What Lies Below

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It's Earth Day. Do you do anything special to recognize it? Any outdoor plans today?
It's Earth Day Do you do anything special to recognize it Any outdoor plans today

Earth Day Network | Earth Day April 22, 2017

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Jason Bournë
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Is your favourite trout lure on the list? If not, what else would you add?
Is your favourite trout lure on the list If not what else would you add

Canada’s 11 all-time top lures for brookies, browns, cutthroats, lakers and rainbows

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Tyler Friesen
In this guest opinion column, writer, broadcaster, documentary filmmaker and North America's only blind professional angler, Lawrence Gunther, examines how Canada is bucking some global trends, and what anglers and hunters have to do with it. Have a read and if you volunteer with any conservation groups, feel free to comment below and give a shout out to the work that you do.
In this guest opinion column writer broadcaster documentary filmmaker and North Americas

6 ways that Canadian anglers and hunters are helping wildlife populations

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Wildlife management is a challenging and commonly controversial undertaking. Consider the uproar that occurs when difficult but necessary regulation changes are made in different areas all across the country. In a recent column, our hunting editor Ken Bailey focused his lens on the tough job of game management. What do you think of his conclusion?
Wildlife management is a challenging and commonly controversial undertaking Cons

Why hunters should be less critical of wildlife managers

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Mike Cook
Rob Sizer
Do you fish in waters that cross the US-Canada border, such as the Detroit or St. Marys Rivers? There's a lot of confusion around the rules with respect to if/when you have to check in with the Canada Border Services Agency. Do you know the rules?
Do you fish in waters that cross the USCanada border such as

Nexus cards recommended for boaters, kayakers, paddlers

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Ever trolled with planer boards for spring lakers? Fishing editor Gord Pyzer explains why it's a great early-season lake trout tactic.
Ever trolled with planer boards for spring lakers Fishing editor Gord Pyzer

The planer truth about spring lake trout fishing

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Happy Easter from all of us to all of you! We hope you have a great day with family and friends.
Happy Easter from all of us to all of you We hope
Our second annual Tackle Week has just come to a close. We can always find a place and use for more gear, right? Whatever kind of fishing you do, there's likely something in this list for you!
Our second annual Tackle Week has just come to a close We

2017’s top new fishing tackle for Canadian anglers

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Like watching Fishing TV shows? Us too! And all this month, the World Fishing Network is offering a FREE preview. Check out the details by clicking the link below and learn how to get awesome angling shows on your home screens.
Like watching Fishing TV shows Us too And all this month the

World Fishing Network Free Preview

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Belize-themed giveaway! Associate editor Scott Gardner just returned from a saltwater fly-fishing adventure at the historic Belize River Lodge. He spent 5 days fishing mangrove lagoons and ocean flats for some of his bucket-list fish species. Full story will be in our winter issue, but for now, we’ve got an OC hat for a lucky reader who can ID all 4 species below. Comment with your guesses...
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Do you think the province should refuse fishing and hunting licences to people with outstanding fines? What are some other ways to get these scofflaws to pay?
Do you think the province should refuse fishing and hunting licences to

Why millions of dollars in hunting, fishing fines remain unpaid in Ontario

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Brian Simpson
Chris Rempel
Climate change is having a dramatic and unfortunate effect on the Great Barrier Reef. “We’ve had a back-to-back bleaching for the first time,” said one of the scientists who conducted the aerial survey of the 2,250 kilometre-long coral reef.
Climate change is having a dramatic and unfortunate effect on the Great

Scientists weep as Australia’s Great Barrier Reef struck again by large-scale bleaching | Toronto Star

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Are you a wild turkey hunter? Have you ever come across a scenario like this?
Are you a wild turkey hunter Have you ever come across a scenario like this

Video: Proof that a Wild Turkey is One Tough Bird | OutdoorHub

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Got a gun you think is worth something? Outdoor Canada's gun expert Dave Anderson is the man with answers. Click the link below for details on how you can get your rare firearm appraised.
Got a gun you think is worth something Outdoor Canadas gun expert

Straight shooter: Outdoor Canada's expert appraises your rare firearms

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Dave Reynolds
Rob Sizer
A lot of people are talking about the sudden closure of cottontail, snowshoe hare and European hare seasons in northern Ontario. The closure is about two-and-half months earlier than the previous date of June 15 that is listed in the 2016 Hunting Regulations Summary. What are your thoughts on the decision? Here's an interesting perspective from the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.
A lot of people are talking about the sudden closure of cottontail

The MNRF changes to small game regulations will both positively and negatively affect Ontario hunters

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