Last week, I threw around some Christmas shopping ideas for anglers. So in this week's column, I'm going to do the same thing for hunters.
While hunting is not for everybody, it is part of the culture in Northwestern Ontario—and for good reason. We have more public land that anybody can hunt than most places.
Across southern Ontario and much of the U.S., by comparison, hunters that do not have private property to hunt may never be able to find a place to go.