Outdoor Journal Radio – February 25 2017
The Municipality of Port Hope is considering a Municipal Access Fish Pass for fishermen on the Ganaraska River. The permit would cost about $40 a season for fishermen using municipal or conservation authority property on the river. Is this necessary? Will this curb the illegal fishing and bad behavior by some fishermen? Angelo will talk to Jim McCormack from the Municipality of Port Hope about the issues and proposed solutions.
The Nemiah River Valley is unspoiled wilderness in the interior of British Columbia, south of Williams Lake. The Xeni Gwet’in First Nation fought to preserve their ancestral lands at the Supreme Court of Canada, and were awarded aboriginal title to 1750 sq km of area. Chief Roger William will join Angelo to talk about their plans, and he will explain what aboriginal title means for his members and other first nations.
Dawn Whiteside from Coleman Canada will join Angelo with a special deal for listeners to ODJ Radio. Coleman has some great products for spring fishermen, including the latest headlamps and flashlights, soft sided coolers, and hyperflame stoves.
On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Kelly McAree from Sportsman’s Inn joins Angelo from Killarney. There should be no issue for parking the Fish’n Canada boat at the marina, along with the other boats up to 100’ in length! For those boat watchers who enjoy fine dining, luxury accommodations, hiking, kayaking and great fishing, this is an excellent choice for a getaway!
Play it Safe with Bradley Schlorff Retired Staff Sergeant– OPP and Stearns
Lets Get Outside with Coleman
Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game
Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine
Jim McCormack- Director of Parks, Recreation and Culture Municipality of Port Hope