Outdoor Journal Radio – January 05 2019

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Cory Johnston from Peterborough, is on the water in Florida. Cory will join Angelo with an update on his plans for the pro bass fishing circuit in 2019.

Patrick Walsh from Outdoor Canada magazine previews the first issue for 2019. On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Charlie McDonald from Kesagami Wilderness Lodge will join Angelo. This four star, all service fly in wilderness lodge, has some of the best northern pike fishing in the province.

The British Columbia Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling in favor of a local fish and game club, in a legal battle with a U.S. billionaire. The Douglas Lake Ranch blocked public access to fishing lakes. The local fish and game club took them on in court. Rick McGowan was a star witness and will join Angelo with a full report.

Have you suffered frostbite? Expert wilderness camper Kevin Callan reports from Alberta with his advice on how to curb frostbite. Kevin is the keynote speaker at a conference on the subject.

Expert muskie guide Pat Tryon will be our guest. What is it about the elusive muskie that gets a guide rarin to go? Pat works the French River out of Chaudiere Lodge. He has some great tips to share.

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

Retired Park Superintendent – Algonquin Provincial Park – John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Kesagami Wilderness Lodge

Patrick Walsh – Editor in Chief – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Cory Johnston – Tournament Fisherman – Peterborough

Kevin Callan – “The Happy Camper” – Expert Wilderness Canoeist and Camper

Rick McGowan – Director – Nicola Valley Fish and Game Club – British Columbia

Pat Tryon – Muskie Guide – Chaudiere Lodge