There have been questions regarding why dynamite is not being used to move the ice jam at Prairie Siding. The reasons for this are as follows: Dynamiting ice is very often not successful, only in some specific situations does it Continue reading RE: DYNAMITE AND ICE BREAKERS
Licences expire 31 December 2018? You can purchase on-line licences now. (1) go to website and create an account (2) log in and make your purchases. Click on “My Account” and log in using your outdoors card and the password Continue reading License expire soon?
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 www.ofah.campbrainregistration.com For more information visit www.getoutdoors.org
The MNRF is proposing to establish a hunting season for double-crested cormorants, which would run from March 15 to December 31. In principle, the government is planning to use hunters as a tool to reduce cormorant populations and mitigate their Continue reading CORMORANTS
Did you know you can play a part in helping manage Ontario’s wild elk population? Report your elk sightings at: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/ontario-elk-distribution
CALL TO ALL MEMBERS The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters Zone J is seeking nominations for the Annual OFAH Zone J Outstanding Achievement Award. Deadline for Nominations is December 31, 2018 This award is to recognize an individual’s outstanding Continue reading Annual OFAH Zone J Outstanding Achievement Award
There are 12 different Chronic Wasting Disease monitoring depots open in #Ontario, including five close to the Ontario/Quebec border where a recent case of #CWD was discovered. If you’re harvesting deer in these areas, please participate in the program by Continue reading Chronic Wasting Disease monitoring depots open in Ontario,