Attention Hunters

Ontario is proposing a new and improved Moose Management Program based on recommendations from our big game management committee. We encourage you to review the proposal and provide comments by September 26.


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How to photograph Invasive Fish

When reporting an invasive species all reports are verified by ISAP staff to ensure the information released on EDDMapS is accurate. So good photos are important. Here are some tips for taking good photos of invasive fish!
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Exciting news

Exciting news!
During Ontario Family Fishing Weekend, February 15 to 18, the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show will present free OFAH memberships with adult tickets purchased online at
Advance Toronto Sportsmen’s Show ticket buyers will be officially welcomed as new or renewing members of the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. Existing OFAH members will earn a free one-year extension on their current expiry date.

Common buckthorn

Common buckthorn can be easy to spot throughout the winter by its dark-purple berries that stand out amongst the twigs. Now is a great time to locate these shrubs on your property if you plan on removing them in the spring.

Get outdoors

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: The OFAH Get Outdoors program is proud to announce our new Winter Camp from February 1-3, 2019 at Camp Kawartha!! Register at For more information visit