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Are you ready for fish? No reely...are you ready for fishing season? Well, you might be ready with your rod and trip plans, but do you know what you are going to do with that freshly caught fish? Here are 10 recipes to give you some ideas to flavour up your fish this season!Read More >
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May 4, 2017
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The wild turkey disappeared from Southern Ontario in 1909, eliminated after 60 years of concentrated, unregulated hunting and displaced from their habitat by emerging farms and infrastructure. But as time went by and science progressed, The Eastern Wild Turkey was reintroduced to the region in 1984. Previous to this, there were several unsuccessful attempts to introduce wild turkeys raised in captivity to the region, only to eventually lose them to predators like hawks, racoons and coyotes.Read More >
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March 29, 2017
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This St. Patrick’s Day, the BRMB team feeling extremely lucky to live in a place with such lush and beautiful backcountry! If you feel lucky too - show you care about preserving Canada's natural beauty now and get the low-down on how you can help protect the place you play!Read More >
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March 16, 2017
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Backpacking can burn a LOT of calories, and that can mean a lot of food to pack along. Lucky for you, we’ have come up with a 5 Day Backcountry Menu to save you space in your bag and keep you full in your belly on your backpacking trek!Read More >
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March 6, 2017
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With spring right around the corner, there is not much time left to get out and enjoy the amazing winter recreation opportunities available in Atlantic Canada’s National Parks. From cross-country skiing to snowmobiling, ice-fishing and snowshoeing, we have put together an overview of the best things to see and do in Atlantic Canada’s National Parks this winter.Read More >
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March 3, 2017
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Fat biking is one of the newest and fastest growing sports in Canada. More than just a way to stay in shape for the summer mountain bike season, fat biking offers a unique outdoor adventure experience that needs to be tried at least once. Here is our beginner’s guide to this exciting winter sport.

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February 23, 2017
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After a long day hiking through Canada’s backcountry, it is always nice to unwind with a cool refreshing beverage around the fire. The key is to know what to pack so you are not bogged down by your grog. Check out these 5 drinks to mix on your next backcountry trip!





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February 17, 2017
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Snowmobiling 101

February 16, 2017

As many of our readers know, snowmobiling is one of the most exciting ways to enjoy the outdoors during winter. We have put together a quick list of tips and techniques for making sure your snowmobile adventure goes smoothly.







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February 16, 2017
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Avalanche Safety 101

February 1, 2017

With so much amazing backcountry to explore all across Canada, it would be a shame not to strap on a pair of skis or snowshoes or fire up the snowmobile and get outside! To help keep your adventures safe and fun, we have put together a beginner’s guide to avalanche safety.





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February 1, 2017
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Although trail mix can be a great option for a snack on the trail, or a simple snack while camping, store-bought brands can be expensive and come with a lot of unhealthy (and unnecessary) ingredients. That is why we have put together this handy cheat sheet to make your own trail mix, and we have even added some tried and true recipes!



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January 31, 2017
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While winter presents all sorts of exciting adventure opportunities in Canada, it also poses unique risks and challenges. Two of the most common, and avoidable, medical emergencies that occur outdoors in winter are frostbite and hypothermia. Here is our introductory guide to recognizing, treating and preventing frostbite and hypothermia.



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January 27, 2017
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Though the winter on the west coast can be a bit milder than across Canada, it is still not anyone’s ideal running weather. However, with the right tips, tricks, gear and exciting trails to conquer you will be enjoying a January jog in no time! Here is our BC Winter Trail running 101 and some great places to go!



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January 25, 2017
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