Saturday, October 27th, 2012 at
The Ontario Hunting Season is Here
Hunting News for Ontario
English: Cow moose (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The hunting season is upon us and news will come out about successes, failures and transgressions. I personally have already experienced some success when my son and I took a nice cow moose in northern Ontario. I wish you all a safe and successful hunt this year!
The targeted area extended from the Hudson Bay and James Bay coasts in the north, to the French and Mattawa rivers in the south, and from the Ontario-Quebec border in the east to Lake Superior and Manitouwadge in the west.
From Oct. 6-12, conservation officers checked more than 3,200 hunters and uncovered 393 violations leading to 158 charges and 235 warnings. The blitz coincided with the opening of the regular gun season for moose in much of the region.
Charges were laid for a range of offences, including:
• Having loaded firearms in vehicles and boats;
• Unlawful possession of unencased firearms at night;
• Hunting without a licence;
• Trespassing to hunt;
• Hunting without validation tags and unlawful hunting of moose; and
• Careless hunting….More at 160 charges laid in hunting blitz – Timmins Press
This is a typical report about the issues that surface during the hunting season in most areas in the world. There will always be good hunting stories and bad hunting stories. Let your hunting season be safe and a success by your own standards.
Saturday, October 27th, 2012 at
Fishing Report Western Lake Erie
English: Walleye Fishing in the Bay of Quinte during January Freeze (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The hardcore fishermen are still experiencing some good fishing in Western Lake Erie.
“Walleye fishermen report that they are catching good numbers of walleye off Cleveland in 50 feet of water while trolling diving plugs. Expect the fall walleye fishing to sparkle once Lake Erie’s water sinks below the 50-degree mark. It’s still a balmy …Plain Dealer”
Keep up the good work and dedication to your sport. Good fishing is still there for the taking!
Friday, October 26th, 2012 at
New Cabela’s Store Coming to Saginaw Michigan
Cabela’s water tower, Dundee, Michigan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The addition of Cabela’s stores within our reach has been a great source of quality products and wide variety of fishing, hunting, outdoors products. This holds especially true for Canadian shoppers. We certainly don’t benefit from variety and price when shopping in typical Canadian retail stores.More Reading
Applications being accepted now.
Sidney, NE (PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Cabela’s Incorporated, the World’s Foremost Outfitter® of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, plans to hire approximately 115 full-time and part-time employees, plus seasonal workers, to staff its Saginaw Outpost Store scheduled to open early next year in Saginaw, Mich.
Applications must be submitted online. Anyone interested in applying should visit http://www.cabelas.jobs, click on “Apply Now,” then “United States Jobs.” Then follow instructions to log in. Interviews will be held Nov. 7 through 10. Applying does not guarantee an interview.
Most employees are expected to come from Saginaw and the surrounding area….More at Cabela’s® Announces Mass Hire in Saginaw Nov. 7-10 – Midland Daily News
I would really love to see a Cabela’s store in Ontario within reasonable driving distance relative to the Windsor area but a large market is required to justify their store openings.