Tips & Tactics

Mid-Day Turkey Tactics - Mornings seem to get all the glory when it comes to spring turkey hunting, and for good reason. Toms gobbling on the roost, watching birds fly down and breath-taking sunrises sure make for an exciting experience, even if you don’t harvest a turkey. But there’s a lot of hunting that can be done beyond the first couple hours of the day, and a couple different techniques I use to harvest… ...Continue reading
Field Waterfowl 101 - Field Hunting Ducks and Geese. Hunting ducks and geese has been popular for many years, but never more than in the past few. Especially field hunting. In this article, I am going to go over 3 key parts to field hunting waterfowl that will hopefully help beginners become more successful, and maybe even teach a few avid waterfowlers something new. 1. SCOUTING In order to be successful in the field,… ...Continue reading
Whitetail Deer Mineral Sites - Getting Started...      Creating mineral sites for your deer can bring huge benefits to your deer herds health. Not only does it promote antler growth, but it keeps does and fawns healthy. They are especially beneficial in spring when does are birthing and need all the nutrition they can get.      Establishing these sites in locations where deer feel comfortable and frequent the most in Spring & Summer will provide the best… ...Continue reading
New Ontario Turkey Hunting Regulations 2017 - Major changes for turkey hunting. The 2017 Ontario turkey season is going to look quite different this year. Major changes have been approved and will be shown in the 2017 Ontario Hunting Regulations. Here is a summary of the changes that have been confirmed. The biggest change is that you no longer need take the wild turkey hunter education course in order to hunt. Everyone can now buy Wild Turkey… ...Continue reading
Hunting Predators - Here in southern Ontario hunting coyote is becoming more and more popular. There is a long list of reason why hunters chase these brush dogs, from being a nuisance to suburban areas, selling or using pelts,hurting farmers livestock, or managing deer and turkey populations on your hunting grounds, etc. Here's a few quick tips to get you started on predator hunting. Weapons of choice: Rifles are usually the first choice,… ...Continue reading
Cover All Depths: Breaking down water columns to locate Bass - I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, patience is not the key to success during any outing on the water. Sitting and waiting for Bass to “turn on” will be a waste of your time and abilities. So, what do you do when you show up at the lake? Does it have to be so random? Should you be aimlessly searching, hoping to find active fish? Or should… ...Continue reading
Turkey Hunting Tips - Turkey season is coming and I'm sure we're all getting excited for opening day sunrise with turkeys gobbling on the roost, waiting for that big tom to pitch down and run into our decoys. With almost a decade of chasing turkeys under my belt, I've been outsmarted by them enough to learn a few things. I'm going to share my 3 biggest lessons I've learned so far from being in… ...Continue reading