• 17lb Walleye – Where in the World?

    By Taro Murata On Nov 30th 2006, I decided to make a trip to The Bay of Quinte in Picton Ontario. I invited a couple of friends to come along for the trip, they complained all the way about how far it was but little did they know that it was going to be the best day of fishing on Quinte to date! I told them two and a half hours was not long especially when…

  • My take on Kodi

    I first heard about Kodi around 2013 back then it was known as XBMC. I downloaded and installed it and my first impression was it sucked, lol, I couldn’t get it to play anything. I deleted it and never gave it another thought for a few months. My curiosity got the best of me and I did some research and reinstalled Kodi knowing this time around I would need to provide some content in order…

  • Trail Running in Central Ontario

    A day in the dirt delivered some unexpected off-road thrills in the heart of Bobcaygeon trail country. by Quinton Neufedlt  October 31, 2020 Words by Quinton Neufeldt Spring and summer had been passing by fast. When an opportunity came up to go wheeling in the heart of the Bobcaygeon wilderness, we jumped at the chance before the warmer weather soon became a distant memory. Like many of our trips in East Central Ontario, we were…

  • Dana 60 Hubs & Refresh

    By Lowrad So I started tearing into the Dana 60 to put the new Warn Premium hubs on it. It already has Warn hubs but I got a smokin deal on the Premiums (which will make it easier to engage and disengage with the front end welded up) So here’s the steps to taking stuff apart and putting it back together. Next take a couple of screws that hold the hub locker in place and…

  • A Wet and a Hard Place

    One of our first runs of the season proved challenging yet exciting in the heart of the Haliburton Trail System near Gravenhurst, ON. by Quinton Neufedlt  October 4, 2020 Words by Quinton Neufeldt The ‘Great White North’ was a ‘Bob and Doug’ comedy-sketch in 1980s and they had typical Canadian slang and jokes from that era, including the idea that most of Canada is covered with ice and snow. Since the spring and summer seasons are…