• VOHRINGER: October filled with outdoor activities

    This year October turns out to be filled with hunting and fishing events of some significance. Some of these events are of local interest and others are for North America or even globally.   You may remember...

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  • VOHRINGER: Hunting for the best treestand

    The vast majority of deer hunters across North America take to the trees. Understandably then, that an entire industry has grown around this popular hunting method, producing a large variety of tree stands that satisfy the needs...

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  • VOHRINGER: Hunting season is finally here

    Today, Sept. 1, is the official start of the fall hunting season in our — and some other — regions of the province. Until Sept. 9, when the general open season starts, only bowhunters can go out...

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  • VOHRINGER: Eyes in the sky a no go for ethical hunters

    Last month the government of British Columbia amended the provincial Wildlife Act by adding drones as illegal equipment to operate or possess, or use data obtained by drones while on hunting or trapping excursion. Furthermore, it is...

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  • VOHRINGER: The Best Place On Earth To Fish

    It is no secret that British Columbia is one of the most sought-after fishing destinations in the world. Annually, thousands of anglers from all over the world travel to our province to fulfil their dream to —...

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  • VOHRINGER: Firearm owners targeted after Orlando shooting

    It has become a common scenario to target firearm owners after a mass shooting and it is no different with the recent shooting at a gay bar in Orlando. Mainstream media and politicians fall over themselves promoting...

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  • VOHRINGER: Alien fish invading B.C. lakes

    The designation “alien fish” is given to any fish species that is not native to British Columbia. If they are not native then how do they get here? Some fish species have been legally introduced many decades...

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  • VOHRINGER: Ticks more than just pesky nuisance

    Tick season is here and they seem to be more plentiful than in previous years. Health Canada and the health ministers of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia issued warnings that the tick populations in the respective...

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  • VOHRINGER: A long walk down memory lane

    On May 9, my world was turned upside down. The short message I received from Brazil, where my brother lived with his family for over 25 years read; “Your twin brother Gabriel passed away this morning.” I...

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  • Could hunting be outlawed in Canada?

    Hunters and anglers are faced with mighty opposition; much of it coming via foreign-sponsored radical animal rights and anti-hunting groups. The animal rights movement is a multi-million dollar industry that often employs celebrity spokespersons and lobbies politicians...

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