Category archives: The Outdoor Journal Podcast

Podcast for the Outdoor Journal Radio Show

  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – November 05 2016

  • Today is the Remembrance Day broadcast. Larry Murray is the Grand President of the Royal Canadian Legion. He will join Angelo to talk about the importance of the Legion for veterans and the community, and the annual poppy drive to fund services for veterans and their families. Joyce Grant is a freelance journalist, author, news junkie and a children’s literacy advocate. Joyce will discuss the con[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – October 29 2016

  • Today is the Trick or Treat Broadcast…It’s Halloween! Sean Kelly, from Black Angus Fine Meats and Game, joins Angelo in the studio as the co-host. Which one will be the clown? Mike Cochrane makes fishing music with Mikey and the Reelers. Did he release a new album and is he now operating a smoke house? When you sing in the fishing boat does that attract fish? We need to know. Karen Stephenson i[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – October 22 2016

  • Did the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry spend $55,000 of your fish and wildlife licences fees, on the services of a psychologist? Is Dr. Phil now on the payroll? Jeff Yurek is an MPP from Southwestern Ontario and he will join Angelo as he tries to get to the bottom of this. On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Angelo will be talking to M arla Isaacs from Bob’s Lake Cottages in [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – October 15 2016

  • The walleye fishery in Northern Ontario is taking a hit. Competition from smallmouth is having a big impact. Thomas Van Zuiden, a aquatic systems analyst from York University, will share the results of his survey with Angelo, and will offer some insight into the future of walleye in Northern Ontario. Now that your boat is out of the water for the season, what’s the right way to put it away for [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – October 08 2016

  • Last week Angelo talked to Ryan Flaro, the winner of the Berkley B1 bass tournament on Lake St Francis. The winning margin was 1/100th of a pound. This week, tournament organizer Ben Woo joins Angelo, to talk about the wild finish, and a big announcement for future tournaments. The walleye fishery on Lake Nipissing is in serious decline. Kim Tremblay from the Ministry of Natural Resources and F[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – October 01 2016

  • Angelo is back from the Berkley B1 Bass tournament in Valleyfield Quebec. The winning team topped the field with a two day total of 43.59 lbs which was 1/100th of a pound more than the second place finishers. Ryan Flaro will join Angelo to talk about the tension and excitement of winning the biggest tournament in his career. What’s the outlook for Zika virus in Florida, and how great is the ris[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – September 24 2016

  • Wil Wegman from Aurora Bassmasters will talk tournament fishing with Angelo. There’s a lot more strategy to tournament fishing than meets the eye. While luck plays a part in a successful outing, the right bait and presentation is critical to a high finish on the leader board. Grass Carp have made it into Ontario, on Lake Erie. Dr. Becky Cudmore from the Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans w[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – September 17 2016

  • Is Angelo nervous or excited about next weekend’s Berkley B1 bass tournament in Valleyfield Quebec? Did he leave early to check out the best spots and to get psyched? The weather forecast for the next two weeks calls for mild temperatures and no frost. How long can this last and what’s the fall weather outlook? Angelo will find out from Michael Carter of the Weather Network. How keen is a dog’s[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – September 10 2016

  • Dr. Lance Liotta joins Angelo to talk about ground breaking research in the detection of lyme disease. Dr. Liotta is a leading medical researcher from George Mason University in Virginia. Lyme Disease is one of the most difficult of all bacterial infections to diagnose from blood tests. What do wine and cycling have in common? How about a day cycling in on the beautiful Niagara Parkway, and sto[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – September 03 2016

  • Amanda Lynn Mayhew is a rising star and spokesperson for women in the outdoors. Amanda is a hunter, loves fishing, rides a motorcycle, and is a fitness model. Are there more women hunting and fishing than in recent years? Amanda is one of the founders for the Ontario Women’s Hunters Association and she has the answer to this question. Angelo and Pete are headed to Valleyfield Quebec for the Ber[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – August 27 2016

  • A strong body creates a strong mind! Andrea Di Rocco from 121 Fitness in Belleville will give Angelo a fitness tune up, and some healthy tips for exercise in the outdoors. Will Angelo take the bait and make the commitment? One of the world’s great trout streams, the Yellowstone River, was closed to all recreation for a distance of almost 200 miles. A parasite is killing trout and whitefish, and[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio Show – August 20 2016

  • Zebra fish minnows are being used in research for a cure for melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer. Dr. Leonard Zon from Boston Children’s Hospital will join Angelo to explain how this particular fish is invaluable in genetic research that could unlock the cause and a cure for this type of cancer. Donna Agich from Agich Kaby Kabins on Lake Kabinagami joins Angelo to talk about the o[...]