Category archives: The Outdoor Journal Podcast

Podcast for the Outdoor Journal Radio Show

  • Outdoor Journal Radio – September 16 2017

  • Dr. Steven Cooke from the Cooke Lab at Carleton University offers his advice on bass fishing as Angelo prepares for the Berkley B1 pro bass tournament on Lake St Francis. The World Championship Squirrel Cook Off gets underway on Saturday and Canada is represented by Sean Kelly and Mark Chandler from Black Angus Fine Meats and Game. Joe Wilson is the organizer for the event and he reports live f[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – September 09 2017

  • Dave Mercer from the Facts of Fishing will be joining Angelo to talk about the upcoming episodes on the TV program. Dave will provide an update on the pro bass circuit in the U.S. The north shore of Lake Superior and the Agawa Canyon, will hit full fall colour in about 2 weeks. Carol Caputo from the Algoma Travel Association joins Angelo with some tips for spectacular fall getaways. The “Pet V[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – September 2 2017

  • Amanda Lynn Mayhew is the northern girl that moved south, and is making her mark as a spokesperson for women in fishing and hunting. Amanda will join Angelo to share her plans for fall hunting trips. John Teljeur is a long time friend and tourism specialist from Haliburton. Angelo wants to know more about the Big Fish Tournament and the plans for a major pond hockey championship in February. [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – August 26 2017

  • Angelo is off to “Merry Old England” and Peter Bowman will be on the mic, joined by Keith Beasley from Canada’s most popular TV hunting adventure program, Canada in the Rough . Speaking of hunting, tis the season. Dawn Whiteside, the Brand Manager from Coleman Canada, will join the boys with some discounts and specials for the fall hunters, fishermen, and campers. What is that fuzz that [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – August 19 2017

  • Rob Lennox from Carleton University joins Angelo for a discussion about the factors that determine whether a fish will hit the bait. Is it the lunar cycle, time of the day, the weather, or is it the bait selection? Angelo is interested and has his own theories. How many black bears are there in Ontario? Darren Elder and the staff at the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, set ba[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – August 12 2017

  • Scott Ewart joins Angelo from 1000 Islands Kayaking in Gananoque. They offer sea kayaking excursions through the UNESCO world biosphere reserve of the St Lawrence River. This outfitter is rated #1 by Trip Advisor, and they feature guided trips for all skill levels and ages. Chandos Lake, offers just about every species of fish that sportsmen are looking for. Randy Kirton from Harbour Hill Cotta[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – August 05 2017

  • Sherri Haigh is the independent traveler. Sherri quit her executive dream job, sold her condo, and went traveling the world. She wrote a travel blog on her adventures in exotic places. She loves the outdoors, especially golf and fishing. Sherri got married recently and Angelo wants to hear more about her new fishing partner, the “incomplete angler.” Matt Overend from Craganmor Point Resort, o[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 29 2017

  • John Kaplanis from the Northwestern Ontario Sportsmen’s Alliance in Thunder Bay joins Angelo. This will be a wide ranging discussion about the moose population, fall moose hunting, the proposed “modernization” of the Outdoors Card, and the latest news in fishing! There are some excellent walking, hiking and biking trails in the nation’s capital. The federal parkland managed by the National Capita[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 22 2017

  • Patrick Walsh is the Editor in Chief of Outdoor Canada magazine. How did he know that Cory Johnson would have a breakout year? Cory’s story is featured in this month’s magazine. Outdoor Canada magazine just selected Carly Deacon as their pick for Canada’s Top Female Outdoors Woman, and Patrick will explain what this means for Carly in the year ahead. Brian Pallock is diving with friends, i[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 15 2017

  • Angelo has an update on the proposed new licence process for hunters and anglers. The proposal is posted on the Environmental Registry and Angelo will give you the highlights. Outdoor Canada magazine has just announced their selection for the Top Outdoors woman. The winner is Carly Deacon from Manitoba. Carly joins Angelo to talk about the contest, and her commitment to women in the outdoors. [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 08 2017

  • Sunday is the final day for Licence Free Family Fishing. Why not take the family to Glen Haffy Conservation Area on Airport Road, for a day of fishing for rainbow trout, and a family picnic! Kevin Callan is the Happy Camper. Kevin is an expert canoeist and wilderness camper. He’s on the water, canoeing solo as he fishes for bass and makes his way to the Kawartha Lakes. Why is he going solo? Angel[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – July 01 2017

  • Happy Birthday Canada! Today marks the beginning of National Fishing Week in Canada, and Licence Free Family Fishing week in Ontario. Princecraft makes the oldest and most popular aluminum recreational boats in Canada. Jean-Philippe Martin Dubois joins Angelo to talk about 63 years of boat building. Princecraft has put more Canadian sport fishermen on the water, than any other aluminum boat m[...]