Outdoor Journal Radio – February 3 2018


Ryan Flaro will join Angelo to talk about his recent award as the Angler of the Year. Ryan fishes in Eastern Ontario on the St. Lawrence River system. Ryan is a bass tournament winner, and an amazing muskie fisherman.

There are changes to the possession limit for lake trout and walleye in the Kenora area. Gord Bastable is a Director with the Kenora District Camp Owners Association and the Association is not happy with the regulation change. Would other conservation measures be more effective?

Alan Brandys, from Fireside Lodge on the Little Vermillion Lakes system, near Sioux Lookout, is this week’s ‘Go Fish in Ontario’ segment. If you want trophy smallmouth bass, muskie, and tiger muskie, you won’t want to miss this interview. Next weekend, Haliburton is going to the dogs! Tanya McCready is one of the organizers for the Haliburton Highlands Dog Sled Derby. The event is world cup sanctioned, and the dogs want to run.

The Tankard, Ontario men’s curling championships, is down to the semi finals on Saturday in Huntsville. Beth Goodhew will join Angelo with an update from the Summit Centre.


Play it Safe with Inspector of the OPP Chris Whaley  – 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 Fireside Lodge

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Ryan Flaro – Lake St. Francis

Gord Bastable – Director – Kenora District Camp Owners Association

Beth Goodhew – Media Contact – Ontario Tankard, Huntsville

Tanya McCready – Haliburton Highlands Dogsled Derby – Haliburton