Author: OntarioHunting

WILDGAME INNOVATIONS: New 360 Crush Cam

GAME HIDES. IT SEEKS. WILDGAME INNOVATIONS’ 360 CRUSH CAM CAPTURES STILL IMAGES AND HD VIDEO OF GAME IN ANY DIRECTION, NOW WITH COMPLETELY INVISIBLE LIGHTSOUT™ FLASH Grand Prairie, TX (August 17, 2017) – Ever wonder how many deer you never see that walk

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Cutting moose tags wrong approach, hunting organization says

Decision to cut moose tag numbers based on incomplete data, sportsmen’s alliance says The province’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) is once again reducing the number of moose tags available to hunters in an effort to curb drops

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Convicted hunters, anglers owe Ontario $3.5M in unpaid fines

Ontario’s Minister of Natural Resources won’t say if she’s concerned about the millions of dollars of outstanding fish and wildlife fines in the province, but conservation and hunting lobby groups are. Unpaid fines issued under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation

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MNRF announces changes to small game regulations

The MNRF changes to small game regulations will both positively and negatively affect Ontario hunters Government’s lack of understanding of hunting in northern Ontario shows throughPETERBOROUGH – For 10 years the OFAH has been asking for a review and update

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Cougar carcass found frozen in snow northwest of Thunder Bay may answer mountain lion mystery

Thunder Bay Taxidermist Dan Cavicchiolo confirms the animal found was a wild mountain lion A startling discovery made this weekend north west of Thunder Bay may have answered a decades-old question about whether cougars prowl northwestern Ontario. On Saturday Mandi

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New Democrat MPPs to hear concerns of Northeastern Bear Management Areas operators

Newly-formed association holding inaugural annual meeting in Elk Lake TEMISKAMING SHORES – Next week, four New Democrat MPPs from Northern Ontario will attend the Annual General Meeting being held in Elk Lake for the newly organized Northeastern Ontario Bear Management

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OpEd from Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Kathryn McGarry

OpEd from Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Kathryn McGarry This year, Ontario made changes to enhance the spring black bear hunting pilot that began in 2014. Our government has extended the pilot to 2020 and expanded the hunt to

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New Hunting Rules for Coyotes and Wolves

Ontario is helping to protect the province’s threatened Algonquin wolf population by introducing new rules for hunting and trapping in certain areas. Due to the similarity in appearance of Algonquin wolf and coyotes and other wolves, the province has closed

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Safety During Moose Hunt

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will be stepping up enforcement efforts with a focus on safety in northeastern Ontario this fall. In particular, during the regular gun calf season for moose from October 22 to November 4, conservation

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A major hunters’ group has its back up after Engie, a wind energy company big in Southwestern Ontario, asked landowners with its turbines to ban hunting on their turf

The fall hunting season might not be the same for some Ontario hunters after a major wind farm company asked landowners to ban it on their properties. Engie, formerly GDF Suez Canada Services, has sent a letter to property owners

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