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  • Published on June 14, 2015 Which color of lure to choose

    This is one of the most commonly asked questions in a fishing shop. And while some people don't ask it, they are likely thinking about it, and if not, they should be. I will not mince my words here. A lure's first catch is not the fish. It's th...

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  • Published on April 21, 2015 Trout fishing tips

    List of great lures for trout fishing What are the best fishing lures to catch brook trout, a fish that is sought after by at least 60% of the estimated 1 350 000 anglers in the province? That is a question that keeps coming up, especially at t...

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  • Published on August 3, 2014 Catching trout during heatwaves

    The ideal time to catch brook trout in Quebec (also known as speckled trout) is early in the sportfishing season, up until mid-June or early July (depending on the area). But we all know that when fishing is at its best, most people cannot go, s...

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  • Published on September 16, 2013 Moose hunting tips

    When trying to attract moose, many hunters call far too loud and too long. You should only call when you know that there is moose in your hunting area. And when you do call, do it softly and briefly. Tips from one of our partner for moose calli...

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  • Published on May 1, 2013 Tips for mineral sites

    Mineral sites: their efficiency during the summer does not guarantee efficiency in the fall. Moose and deer are attracted to minerals, mainly sodium, which is found in high concentrations in salt. It is now scientifically recognized that sodium...

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  • Published on November 14, 2011 Best temperatures for fishing

    Just like for human beings, every fish species has a temperature at which its metabolic activity is at its highest. Very few anglers take this into account, even though it is highly useful when choosing their fishing techniques, both in terms of...

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  • Published on September 30, 2011 How to age venison

    I wish you to harvest at least one big game during this hunting season (caribou, white-tailed deer, bear or moose). If you do achieve the desired success, I hope that you will properly age your venison. The aging of game meat is a subject that i...

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  • Published on April 27, 2010 In the early season, where on water bodies should we fish, and what should we use?

    In the last few weeks, I have been spreading the news that trout fishing—various trout species, including brook trout—will be open as of April 23 in most areas of the province of Quebec. To get all the details, you now have to visit the website...

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  • Published on May 19, 2006 Trout at the beginning of the fishing season

    Since the fishing season has just begun, it’s time to think about the technique to use on your first outing. Brook trout (or speckled char) are coldwater fish whose favorite temperature is between 52 and 58 degrees Fahrenheit. Let’s keep in mind...

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  • Published on May 10, 2006 My favorite fishing rod

    People often ask me what my favourite fishing rod is. In fact, maybe I shouldn't answer this question by fear of leading my readers who are currently looking to purchase a new rod in believing that there is a single best rod on the market. Howev...

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  • Published on August 8, 2005 How to preserve fish that you catch

    Over the last few weeks, while the sun was burning our skin, and the days were hot and humid fishermen/anglers have asked me to advise them on the best way to keep their fish fresh. First, let me tell you that friends of mine that are “scientis...

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  • Published on July 6, 2005 Efficiency of portable GPS in the forest

    Can I rely on my GPS in the forest? How accurate is it? What are the best tricks to make the most of it? What should I do if I find myself in a critical situation? Let's begin by understanding how a GPS actually works. The constellation of sate...

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