Author archives: Steven Labadie

  • Outdoor Journal Radio – August 18 2018

  • Debbie Hillyer from Fish Ability joins Angelo with a story about teaching kids with disabilities, how to fish, and how to live release the catch. Is a cottage a good investment? What are the tax implications and how do you avoid unnecessary taxes and family disputes over a vacation property? Tim Cestnick is a cottage owner, chartered accountant, and tax expert, and he shares his advice on cot[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – August 11 2018

  • Ugly Pike? Who or what, is Ugly Pike? Two fishing fanatics film their muskie fishing trips and podcast them to a big following. Angelo is joined in the studio by Frank Ungaro and Christopher Walter, with their stories of two average fishermen with the muskie bug! Tourism in Northeastern Ontario has suffered as a result of the fires in the Killarney and Temagami area. Rod Raycroft from Northeast[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – August 04 2018

  • Bill Barootes from the Great Ontario Salmon Derby joins Angelo with his thoughts at the halfway point of the Derby. In the past, this has been the time when the big fish hit the scales. Will the pattern be repeated this year? Vincent Spagnuolo thinks that this is a critical time for loons in North America. Many of the lakes south of the border have shrinking populations of loons or no loons at [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 28 2018

  • Wil is planning for his annual swim across Lake Couchiching to support abused kids. How long does the swim take, and are Wil’s times improving year over year? Whole Oceans is building a $75 million land based fish farm in Bucksport Maine. The plan is to capture 10% of the U.S. market for Atlantic Salmon. All fish tanks will be located on a former timber mill site. The move to fully contained lan[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 21 2018

  • Dr. Steven Cooke from the Cooke Lab at Carleton University joins Angelo with an update on his fish tagging project on the Rideau Lakes. How long does it take to capture and tag 1000 fish, and where do fishermen fit into the study? The Chaga Mushroom King, Jerry Ouellette is back with treats from the forest for Angelo to sample. What delicious treasure is on this week’s menu? New Canadian “Tween[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 14 2018

  • Scott Gardner from Outdoor Canada magazine joins Angelo with stories about his camping and kayaking fishing trips. Can you fly fish from a kayak? Which species of fish are tough to catch from a kayak? Scott will share his experience as an expert in the field. Wilderness Adventures from Toronto, takes guided overnight trips by canoe and kayak, to the 30,000 islands of Georgian Bay and to Algonqu[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 07 2018

  • Jeff Yurek from Southwestern Ontario, is the new Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry. Mr. Yurek will join Angelo to talk about his passion for the outdoors, and his “to do” list as Minister. Keith Beasley from Canada in the Rough, Canada’s best T.V. hunting adventure program, will join Angelo. Keith finished his spring filming for the 2019 T.V. series and took a fishing trip with Fish’n [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – June 30 2018

  • It’s the Canada Day long weekend broadcast! Vito Cirone from Sure Thing salmon charters on Lake Ontario, is gearing up for the Great Ontario Salmon Derby. The derby begins on July 7th. Angelo will get a report on the early season fishing, and will this be the year that Vito boats the top fish in the derby? Dave Mercer is star of the TV program the Facts of Fishing. Dave also is the host of the[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – June 23 2018

  • Next weekend is the beginning of the summer holiday camping season. If you do not have camping equipment, what are your options? Amanda Arends from Cottages on Wheels, will set up a well equipped motorhome on your campsite. Amanda joins Angelo with all the details. Mike Brown from Leisure Marine in Woodbridge joins Angelo with this week’s specials, in the summer clearance of Princecraft boats p[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – June 16 2018

  • There’s a right way and a wrong way to release fish, so that they can swim another day. Bruce Tufts from Queen’s University joins Angelo with his conclusions about the correct way to handle fish, and the risks of mortality based on the time that fish are out of the water.Today is a proud day for the 8 children’s camps in Algonquin Park. The camps will receive the prestigious Director’s Award from [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – June 09 2018

  • What should I buy dad for Father’s Day? Danny Thompson from Garmin electronics has been given the assignment to present a list of options on this week’s show. Will it be hot and dry, or wet with bugs? Michael Carter from the Weather Network has the long range summer forecast. We want to know the prediction and just how accurate are long range forecasts. Mike Brown from Leisure Marine in [...]