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Fishing the North

<b>Fishing the North:</b> Safety key when it comes to handguns

Fishing the North: Safety key when it comes to handguns

David Reid talks to a certified handgun instructor in this week's Fishing the North
<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Tanning hides

Fishing in the North: Tanning hides

David W. Reid turns to tanning this week and takes readers along with him to a seminar offered by the Timmins Fur Council
<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Angler on your gift list?

Fishing in the North: Angler on your gift list?

David W. Reid offers helpful advice for holiday shoppers with anglers on their gift list
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Why David Suzuki's visit to Gogama could be a turning point

Fishing the North: Why David Suzuki's visit to Gogama could be a turning point

What happens upstream flows downstream, writes columnist David Reid
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Preserving your trophy experience

Fishing the North: Preserving your trophy experience

Robert Patry, owner of Bob's Taxidermy, was bitten by the taxidermy bug at age 12
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Reestablishing Sturgeon

Fishing the North: Reestablishing Sturgeon

'Industries can help protect the Lake Sturgeon populations in Ontario by stopping the construction of new dams'
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Pink skies and a wind from the east

Fishing the North: Pink skies and a wind from the east

Annual Fall Walleye Classic tournament turned out to be one that had many twists and turns during the weekend
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Clint Chartrand expands his team

Fishing the North: Clint Chartrand expands his team

Sebastien Lizotte will be an asset to Guiho and Lund
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Words of wisdom from Paul Ethier

Fishing the North: Words of wisdom from Paul Ethier

Last week I had the opportunity to spend a day on the water with NOWT Angler and Lund Pro Staffer Paul Ethier. During our time on the water I learned that Paul was born and raised in Timmins, ON.
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Quite the little scrapper

Fishing the North: Quite the little scrapper

Many anglers look at rock bass as a nuisance and toss them back into the system. What they fail to realize is they are tossing back a tasty meal.