This week on The Canadian Tradition Taylors wife has turkeys on the brain. Brittany heads out on the back 40 and sets her sights on bringing home dinner.
This week on The Canadian Tradition, we pack up the truck, hook up the boat and make what has turned into a yearly pilgrimage to Northwestern Quebec to visit our friends at Beauchne Wilderness Lodge.
This week on The Canadian Tradition, Taylor ventures up a Lake Ontario tributary in search of the shimmering and shining silver bass for round 2!
This week on The Canadian Tradition, Taylor laces up his boots, dusts off his calls and hits the woods in search of his next meal. On the menu is an Eastern wild turkey, garnished with a few springtime treats.
This week on The Canadian Tradition is an Ontario spring trifecta. A crossbow wild turkey hunt, a walleye fish and a bear hunt, all within an hours drive of our nations capital.
This week on The Canadian Tradition, we look to put the pan in panfish and hit the water in search of a few slab black crappies.
This week on The Canadian Tradition its about exploring new waters. Armed with a fishing tip about a hot lake we pack the trucks, hook onto the boat and head to Northern Ontario for a lake trout fishing bonanza.
This week on The Canadian Tradition Taylor is joined in the duck blind by good friends from Ducks Unlimited Canada. They don waders, set some decoys, call in a few ducks and have a chance to chat conservation work that DU Canada has on the go.
The Canadian Tradition is back in Southern Alberta hunting a ranch that is quite possibly one of Taylors most favorite places in all of Canada. Teamed up with friends at McNeice Outfitting theyre in search of a muley buck that will fit perfectly in the freezer.
This week Brittany carries on her Canadian tradition with her annual ladies deer camp adventure. She joins up with her friend Lauren to spend a few days traversing Albertas foothills in search of a whitetail.
Taylor is joined in the duck blind by Pat Kehoe of Ducks Unlimited Canada. As the 2021 waterfowl season comes to a close they toss out a few decoys and settle in for some fast paced diver duck action.
Its prime time for whitetails and Taylor is joined in camp by good friend Doug Volpel. Its mid-November and theyve got whitetails on the move!
This week on The Canadian Tradition Taylor finds himself in the deer woods. Early October archery season affords any hunter the chance to fill their tags before the woods fill up later on.
Join Taylor on this trip has he heads to Northern Ontario to fish for splake.
On this trip a tasty meal is pulled together, compliments of good old Mother Nature!
Taylor is on the water, it’s springtime, everything is happening, but the biggest question is, where are those fish going to be? We’re going to have to find out.
Taylor goes on a spring turkey hunt in Ontario, and provides key fundamentals for success.
Taylor and Brittany target smallmouth bass in Northwestern Quebec, while exploring the waters of Beauchene Wilderness Lodge.
Join Taylor on a wild turkey adventure on his familys homestead in Southeastern Ontario.
Taylor sets out to catch a few mid-summer walleyes at Beauchêne Wilderness Lodge.
Join Taylor this week as he heads to Saskatchewan with hopes that he finds himself under a fall migration of waterfowl.
On this week’s adventure it’s all about deer camp. Join Brittany and a few of her gal pals as they hit the woods in hopes of notching their tag and filling their freezers.
This week we’re back at deer camp, so far Mandy has put some meat on the pole, and Brit and her friend Lauren are still on the hunt hoping to fill their own deer tag.
Taylor hunts the foothills of Alberta for whitetail.
Taylor is on a deer hunting adventure on the eastern slopes of the foothills in Alberta with McNeice Outfitting.
Taylor is in Ontario, where the last few years he’s found a lot of enjoyment not only turkey hunting with a shotgun, but also with a crossbow in hand. Taylor shares a few tips on shot placement and how it differs from deer or bigger game.
Taylor and his wife Brittany head to Beauchene Wilderness Lodge in Quebec to take in some spring fishing.