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Fly Tying: The Double Bunny
From Spring 2015 BC Outdoors Magazine     Scott Sanchez’s Double Bunny is a simple, creative amalgamation of two rabbit strips cemented along a hook. Since its initial inception, Scott’s Double Bunny has caught well over 30 species, has spawned countless variations...
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Environmental Assessment in BC
The BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) wants to hear citizens’ ideas about ways to improve the participation of the public in environmental assessment. This online discussion is open for comment until 9am on May 26th, 2015. The comments that you...
BCWF Responds to Report on Fishery Crisis
SURREY, BC - The BC Wildlife Federation is encouraged by the recent release of a report by the Province of BC and the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations detailing the findings of the expert panel examining the...
New ORV Regulations and Restrictions
Thompson-Okanagan alpine vehicle restrictions in effect KAMLOOPS - Users of off-road vehicles, including ATV riders, are reminded to obey new alpine vehicle restrictions now in place. Prohibitions under the Wildlife Act now require all motor vehicles (excluding snowmobiles) operating above...
Ucluelet Early Season Fishing Report
Early season spring fishing produces some quality Chinook Salmon in the 10-25 pound range. So far the best Salmon fishing has been close to Ucluelet so not a big run to the fishing grounds. Fishing the outside edge of Barkley...
Vancouver Island
16th Annual Family Fishing Weekend
The 16th annual Family Fishing weekend is coming up June 19-21, 2015
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Best Places to Find Fishing and Hunting Info
Looking for information about fishing and hunting regulations, openings, closure, updates and more? Here are some handy links to keep you in the know as you head out into the great outdoors.
2015-2016 Limited Entry Hunting Regulations Synopsis
It's time to start thinking about the 2015/2016 hunting...
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Report Leatherback Turtle Sightings
Leatherback turtles are listed as endangered under Canada’s Species at Risk Act (SARA) and they have a critically endangered listing on a worldwide basis. They are found in all of the major oceans in the world, except in the most...
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Busting Recoil
Over the years I have come to the conclusion that for many of us recoil is very much akin to that skeleton we may have locked away in a closet that no one thinks about until it unexpectedly jumps out...
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Custom Rifle Build #3
    It was finally time in this project to start assembling the rifle once again. All the work up to this point was basically dis-assembly. With the correct thread pitch of the receiver checked multiple times, and the blank checked...
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BC Outdoors Goes back to its Roots
BC Outdoors, with its history of change, is changing once again. This time back to its roots, back to what made this magazine the most read outdoor magazine in the west. With our new ownership, and the creation of Outdoor...


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