Is this the year you get a new hunting partner? Today is #puppyday. Shout out to the four-legged hunting partners. The use of sporting dogs in hunting adds another element to the hunting experience!

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248 Reviews
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Glenn E. Vance
· February 18, 2018
Great organization!! Well organized and very knowledgeable. I’ve been hunting and fishing all my life. I don’t do it for sport. All you activists out there should go stop humans killing humans...
Rach Coops
· July 18, 2017
My son had his 5th Birthday Party with Hunters and Anglers. I had several texts from parents after letting me know how much fun their children had and how they loved the educational aspect. Fishing in... the stocked pond was a huge hit! Big thanks for the gorgeous vintage looking backpack with your logo that the Federation gifted the Birthday Boy!
Will definitely recommend!!
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Parviz Ali Hosseini
· February 1, 2018
Great sports for all ages and OFAH is a great source to get hunting information.
John Davidson
· November 25, 2016
Your right. We should tag those mothers , so in the spring or any time of the year . If you see a tagged bear then you do not shot it. Give out a $2,000 fine for anyone who kills a bear with this tag ...on it. That should help bring back our bear population and ensure that the cubs are well-taken care of.
Also if we find cub bears,on their own. we should call the game officers where the bears are and they :the game officers: should have a
compound that will allow the cubs to grow up, until they can take care of their selves
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Julie Sauve
· April 5, 2015
OFAH really needs to be watched. We watched 16x9 and they showed areas that are contaminated. They take fish out of Lake of Bays and put the fish into Mary Lake so the cottages can catch good fish. T...hey really need to stop MNR from taking clean fish to dirty lakes just for the cottagers, we live here because the lakes are clean. See More
Kathy Moore
· September 10, 2017
An upstanding group that promotes hunting, angling, recreational shooting, trapping and conservation
Roman Thompson
· November 22, 2017
I find totally psychotic to get pleasure from anyone's suffering and pain.
Tobin Moffatt
· November 24, 2017
Killing sentient beings for sport is completely and utterly despicable and exemplifies human depravity at its absolute worst.
Erin McLaughlin
· January 17, 2017
Staff was friendly and helpful. Great with the kids. As a family who enjoys the outdoors it was great for the kids to see the animals you don't see all the time and to learn about them.
Teddi Pappas
· October 25, 2017
Why would I support an organization that increases numbers of animals so they can kill them?? Sickening.
Peggy Smith
· April 11, 2017
The OFAH are very informative and keep hunters and anglers up to date with any new and upcoming regulations. The OFAH also works hard to be a voice for all anglers and hunters throughout the province ...and ensures that all citizens have the opportunity to enjoy these age old traditions. Thank you OFAH. See More
Jacqueline Milner
· February 26, 2014
I am appalled to think that The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters has worked for 15 years for a Spring Bear Hunt. A hunt that puts the entire bear population at risk as Momma Bear in the gun ...sites not only kills her, but her cubs as well. We need policies that support families, our own and those of our bear brothers and sisters. Please take a moment to reflect on these wise words: “The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.” I am certain that all living things are connected in ways that we have yet to understand. I believe it is imperative that we support and respect lives in ways that we would like our own lives to be supported. Thank you for your time. See More
Don Fraser
· June 8, 2017
A truly great organization. - Traditions: One must know where we have been in order to know and appreciate where we are going. (Member since '65)
Andrew Russell
February 9, 2015
Is the federation looking into the proposed fire arm by law for lake of bays?? An end to duck hunting, moose, deer hunting in Muskoka???
Sandra Dean Fisher
· October 22, 2013
If you ignore the Conservative propoganda that the Federation spews; it is really an invaluable tool in the quest of science and conservation. The Federation also is a great source for hunting and fis...hing tip! Also The GetOutdoors Camp is a fantastic summer program for young conservationist and outdoor enthusiasts See More
Robbie Lee Temple
· May 14, 2016
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I seen it years ago at drive in was about catch and release fishing.
Beth Hardesty
· September 17, 2016
There is NO way that hunting, trapping and fishing are related to conservation AT ALL. That is a LIE.
Byron Foster
· September 18, 2016
Love hunting and fishing. Nothing better than being called names by anti-hunters on a pro hunting and fishing page.
Jim Ott
· April 8, 2017
awesome, they get my money every year and provide a valuable service for hunters and anglers
Jason Laslo
· August 27, 2016
Keeping the conservation before the sport. Always keeping the Canadian traditions and history from fading into the background! KEEP THE TRADITION AND HERITAGE ALIVE
Pass it on to our generations to come
OFAH volunteers -- making a difference
Economical impact -- hunting, trapping & fishing
Happy Canada Day to everyone out there -- especially the passionate anglers, hunters and trappers. Don't forget to "tell our story".