That Hunting Store employee Dave McLeod, wanted to see if there were any big bucks in his backyard. After placing his blind and a food pile, he set up his trail camera to take photos. He got many photos of raccoons, bunnies, squirrels, birds, and yes, even a few deer, but one giant visitor was the true star of the forest footage.
Electronic or recorded calls allow a hunter to remotely activate their calls. They usually come preloaded with a large number of highly accurate calls for a variety of game animals. So why do they cause such confusion? Well, many hunters are under the impression that electronic calls are actually against the hunting regulations. But as it turns out, that’s not always the case!
When it comes to bows, there is one thing that we hear more often than any other: “I’m looking for a bow for my young lad/lady.” Well, unfortunately there is no single bow that is going to fit every kid, but there are some specific details you can bring to make your shopping experience go a lot smoother.
When it comes to hunting in Ontario, there are a lot of restrictions and regulations you need to know. However, they tend to be hidden in long-winded explanations and legal jargon. Even the most experienced hunters can misunderstand, misinterpret, or simply miss a rule change.