Outdoor Journal Radio – August 04 2018

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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 all. Is it possible to restore the call, and relocate loons to some of these lakes?

On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Kyle Vescio from Kashabowie “Kash” River Resort is this week’s guest. This drive to resort, located 100 kms northwest of
Thunder Bay, has some great walleye, northern pike and smallmouth bass fishing. Is it safe to toke and travel in the backcountry? According to the Metro Vancouver

North Shore Rescue Service, hiking high is dangerous. That’s just a part of the story according to Bethany Rae, from Flower and Freedom. Bethany joins Angelo with her approach to hiking, biking and toking!

 

Play it Safe with Retired Staff Sergeant of the OPP Bradley Schlorff – Stearns

Lets get outside with Coleman Canada and  Retired Park Superintendent – Algonquin Provincial Park – John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Kash River Resort

Gord Pyzer – The Doc –  Outdoor Canada Magazine

Bill Barootes – Great Ontario Salmon Derby

Vincent Spagnuolo – Program Director – Biodiversity Research Institute – Portland Maine

Bethany Rae – CEO Flower and Freedom

Mike Cochrane – Westport Salmon House