Badenoch Archery Spring Struttin Sale

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Mark April 11th on your calender to stock up on any Gobbler Gear you need to have a successful hunt this season.

Gail’s annual open house at 15 Badenoch Street in Morriston will have loads of deals.

Just south of 401 on Hwy 6.

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Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is on the move next year

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, a major participant in the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show (T.S.S.), is pleased with the announcement that the event will be hosted at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in 2010.

“We are proud to be a part of the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show, the largest outdoor event of its kind in Canada, and we couldn’t be more pleased to be moving with the show to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre,” said Mike Reader, O.F.A.H. Executive Director. “The new venue offers a central location, easy transit access, ample parking and the opportunity to expand. It’s a great move.” Read more

Ontario’s MNR Moose Tag Draw#148

Listen to Christie Curley of the MNR as she explains proposed changes to Ontario’s Moose Tag Draw Systems during the Toronto Sportsmen Show.

Episode Resources

Ripple Outdoors

Episode Credits

Voice by Chuck Lefleur
Music by Jon Schmidt from the Podsafe Music Network

O.F.A.H. Applauds Prime Minister’s Comments

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (O.F.A.H.), the largest non-profit conservation based organization in Ontario, was delighted to welcome the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, to the O.F.A.H. 81st Annual General Meeting and Fish & Wildlife Conference in Mississauga on Saturday March 21, 2009.“The outdoor community across Canada contributes billions each year to the national economy, which helps to create jobs, supports local economies and funds conservation programs for fish and wildlife,” said O.F.A.H. Executive Director, Mike Reader. “A strong partnership between the outdoor community and the federal government is critical for the development and delivery of core programs in support of these activities. It was clear in his speech to almost 600 conference and youth delegates, that the Prime Minister has a Read more

Recommended Lake Erie Yellow Perch and Walleye Catch Limits for 2009

MNR press release;

YPSILANTI, MI – The binational Lake Erie Committee, comprising fishery managers from Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario  and Pennsylvania, today recommended a 2009 total allowable catch (TAC) of 12.012 million pounds of yellow perch and 2.45 million walleye. 

The yellow perch TAC represents an increase from last year while the walleye TAC represents a decrease.  The committee based this recommendation on the current strength of yellow perch stocks in Lake Erie and on the fact that walleye recruitment has been poor or moderate during the previous several years, with the exception Read more

Ontario’s moose tag draw system needs your help

Members of the public are invited to attend one of the Ministry of Natural Resources’ open houses to comment on Ontario’s moose tag draw system. The draw allocates moose tags to resident hunters. It is designed to give the greatest number of hunters an opportunity to hunt or share an adult moose while maintaining sustainable moose populations. Through the open house, the Ontario government is encouraging people to discuss how the draw system can be improved. Biologists will be on hand to lead discussions and answer questions. Read more


Press Release MNR

The Ontario government is inviting the public to comment on a new fisheries management plan, which includes rules related to catch limits and seasons, for the fishing zone located in the inland area of central Lake Ontario.

Public input is being sought on options in Fisheries Management Zone 17 for changes to:  walleye and panfish fishing regulations, extended fishing seasons and put-grow-take walleye stocking.  

The options are set out in a draft fisheries management plan, developed with the advice and guidance of the Fisheries Management Zone 17 Advisory Council. The draft plan has been posted on the Environmental Registry and comments will be accepted until May 19, 2009.

 The feedback will be considered in preparing the Fisheries Management Plan for the zone, which is scheduled for implementation in 2010.   

According to the 2005 Ontario Recreational Angling Survey, the lakes and rivers of Fisheries Management Zone 17 are the second most fished areas in the province, exceeded only by the Great Lakes.  The zone 17 advisory council was chosen as one of three pilot councils in Ontario. Under the Ecological Framework for Fisheries Management, Ontario hopes to establish councils in most zones across the province.

 LEARN MORE  • Read the draft plan and proposed management options or view the environmental registry posting (, Registry Number 010-5587.   

Additional information on the Fisheries Management Plan as well as the dates and locations of open houses can be found at  (

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Toronto Sportsman Show a big hit with hunters

I stopped in at Booth 220 the Backyard Wildlife display where Steve Elmy and his wife Salina had their Toonie Shoot-up Display going non stop. Kids and grown ups enjoyed the digital duck hunt!

 All toonies raised will be donated to the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) after the show.

Steve had a complete display of Backyard Wildlife products on hand such as RackStacker feed, no-plow and Walk & Toss seed, Glory Mineral mix as well as Quality Deer Mangement (QDMA) products available.

Backyard Wildlife also had custom made Turkey Box calls and a real comfy hunter’s seat for sale.

Steve Elmy in chair