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GWC results – 2015

Captain Home Town Partner Home Town Day 1 TotalPounds Day 2 TotalPounds CombinedTotal Pounds Overall Rank
Cory Nephin Geraldton Tom Friday Thunder Bay 12.02 12.38 24.4 1
Keith Hryciw Thunder Bay Darolyn Hryciw Thunder Bay 11.48 10.78 22.26 2
Adam Christensen Nipigon Nathon Dupuis Nipigon 11.47 10.43 21.9 3
Kyle Monkman Thunder Bay Wayne Smith Thunder Bay 14.12 6.22 20.34 4
Mike Miller Thunder Bay Wade Okerland Thunder Bay 10.16 9.84 20 5
Jamie Robinson Wawa Brett Robinson Wawa 8.22 11.6 19.82 6
Michael Copetti Thunder Bay Kevin Stranges Thunder Bay 8.47 10.36 18.83 7
Dan Daciw Thunder Bay Andy Colla Thunder Bay 11.9 6.79 18.69 8
Bobby Beaulieu Longlac Michael Gauthier Longlac 12.99 5.48 18.41 9
Eric Buteau Hearst Christian Gratton Hearst 13.34 4.79 18.13 10

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Thunderbay Fishing –

Northwest Ontario fishing and hunting resources Northwest Ontario fishing is the best freshwater fishing in Canada. We have Pike, Walleye, Perch, Crappie, Musky, Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Splake, Rainbow Trout, Coho Salmon, Chinook Salmon, Pink Salmon, Burbot, Sauger, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Lake Whitefish and Lake Cisco all available in various locations throughout Northwest Ontario. Thunder Bay is situated as the largest city and thus a prime fishing hub for our region tucked away into Northwest Ontario.

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Hey!!! Something new for our area!!!!

We have a new online magazine coming out this spring!!! I’m personally pretty excited about this. It is a magazine by outdoors people for outdoors people.

We are looking for contributors. Also we are looking for ourdoors pictures.

If you have an idea to write about or pictures you can contact here: glenn@hartspace.ca

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Drinking in the Ice Shack


With all of the talk about drinking on the ice I would like to know what the real answer. To my understanding the hut needs to fit the requiements of a residence, ie sleeping and cooking facilities. But why the cooking facilities? Are you not allowed to pack a lunch? or have a bunch of sandwiches? Am I not allowed to use a fire to cook my food? It seems to me all that should be requried is a place to “sleep it off”. If cooking facilities are really required and a fire is not considered that, what about in summer when outdoorsmen are out in the bush in only a tent and a fire to cook with, are they consuming alchol illegally? Don’t get me wrong I understand the bigger picture is to prevent impaired driving and I am all for that, just want to make sure my practices are legal.

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No Fishing sign clarification


In regards to the no fishing signs just up river of Edward st, on the neebing river. Can someone stand below the no fishing signs, but cast up into the No fishing area? I did witness a guy standing below the signs (legal) but cast right up to the weir, legal or not? Also, the floodway below Edward, I did not see any no fishing signs below it, is it legal to fish there or not?

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Moose tags for Northwestern Ontario greatly reduced for 2014

Moose Tags 2014….

 allocations for 2014 have been greatly reduced for Northwestern Ontario. The average for the entire region is a drop in 18% however in just the main hunting areas (19,15B,13) the average is 45% on average with WMU 13 coming in at an 89% reduction. 

Official News release

from news.ontario.ca

moose-reduction-2014To ensure moose populations remain healthy and resilient, Ontario is reducing adult moose tags across the province by about 18 per cent for 2014.

The reductions are in response to declining moose populations in northern Ontario, which were noted by provincial biologists during this winter’s annual aerial surveys. The largest tag reductions will occur in areas with the largest declines.

Ontario has been working with key stakeholders and the hunting community to respond to these changes and plans to seek public input this summer on next steps.

For more information about the moose tags available in your area, see the 2014 Hunting Summary Regulations at ontario.ca/hunting. Ontario’s moose draw opens on April 22, 2014.
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