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Fishing the North

<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Focus on the fish, not the other anglers

Fishing in the North: Focus on the fish, not the other anglers

David Reid in conversation with four-time Angler of the Year award winner Jamie Robinson
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Watching one swim off makes him smile

Fishing the North: Watching one swim off makes him smile

The time Sam Ecker caught a 52-3/4 inch Muskie while fishing with his nephew, Cohen, is one of his best fishing memories
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Paul wins 10 grand at pike derby <b>(4 photos)</b>

Fishing the North: Paul wins 10 grand at pike derby (4 photos)

Anglers came from Timmins, London, Sudbury, Hearst, Manitoulin Island, Geraldton and Sault Ste. Marie to name a few
<b>Fishing In The North:</b> An obsession with lures

Fishing In The North: An obsession with lures

When it comes to collecting fishing items, you have my attention
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Slush doesn't stop 115 kids from fishing (3 photos)

Fishing the North: Slush doesn't stop 115 kids from fishing (3 photos)

The Timmins Fur Council held their 5th annual Kids Fishing Derby on Porcupine Lake in South Porcupine this past Family Day
<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Are wolves endangered or not?

Fishing in the North: Are wolves endangered or not?

From 2005 to 2008, the Ministry conducted wolf studies in WMU 30 and 31. About 54 wolves from 12 packs were radio-collared in an area west of Timmins
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Aerial surverys on moose populations <b>(2 photos)</b>

Fishing the North: Aerial surverys on moose populations (2 photos)

This article will take a look at how the MNRF conducts their aerial surveys on the moose populations in WNU 29, 30, and 31
<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Why are moose populations really dropping?

Fishing in the North: Why are moose populations really dropping?

You've got until January 18 to let the MNRF know what you think of proposed wolf and coyote hunting changes
<b>Fishing in the North:</b> Timmins Fur Council snaring seminar

Fishing in the North: Timmins Fur Council snaring seminar

The Timmins Fur Council asked members Aaron Powers and Maurice Kirouac to be guest speakers for the evening to share some tips and techniques on snaring wolves, lynx and fox.
<b>Fishing the North:</b> Trapping

Fishing the North: Trapping

Living in Northeastern Ontario trapping is still one of most misunderstood professions by people. As a matter of a fact, whether we like it or not, trapping played and still plays a vital role in our heritage.