Trapping wild fur bearing animals has come a long way since the height of the fur trade as depicted at Fort William Historical Park. Fort William Historical Park - Photo by Stephanie Reid Even up until 1948, trapping was a free-for-all with no regulations or management in Ontario. Today, however, the culture of trapping encompasses a respect for nature and a responsible wildlife management plan through regulations administered by the Ministry of Natural Resources.…
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  Whether winter, spring, summer or fall, there is no shortage of things to do, see and enjoy in Greenstone, ON.  1. Fish or Hunt With over 30 outfitters/resorts in Greenstone, fishing and hunting is an absolute must when visiting the region. Fully equipped with boats, rods, tackle, guides and a vast knowledge of the surrounding lakes and area, let one of Greenstone’s resort operators give you the ultimate experience. For a complete list of…
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Tired of doing your annual ice fishing trip only to find hundreds if not thousands of people fishing on the same lake? Do you want top quality, action packed Canadian ice fishing? Do you like the idea of having modern cabins, extra luxuries and service at affordable rates? Then STOP! You have arrived.  For the serious ice fisherman, Pasha Lake Cabins in Jellicoe, Ontario offers unparalleled opportunities to experience the way Northwest Ontario ice fishing…
Fishermen are a predictable bunch. Generally speaking, when anglers start talking about fishing the primary focus of the conversation is going to be on lure types, with lure color being a close second. What the fish are biting on is always an important element in catching fish, but more often than not a multitude of lures and lure colors will get the job done. In the big picture next to finding fish, the most important…
It's the 40th anniversary of Snowarama for Easter Seals Kids in Ontario.   The Hudson-Sioux Lookout, Dryden, Red Lake Snowarama this past weekend, Saturday January 31st, was a success. Using Lac Seul and the Ojibway Power Toboggan club's (L701) trail, snowmobilers enjoyed beautiful weather conditions, excellent groomed trail and a powdery smooth lake. Enjoying the great conditions on January 31, 2015 With 54 riders and 52 snowmobiles, the Snowarama event for Easter Seals kids raised…
     
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