Outdoor Journal Radio – July 15 2017

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Angelo has an update on the proposed new licence process for hunters and anglers. The proposal is posted on the Environmental Registry and Angelo will give you the highlights.
Outdoor Canada magazine has just announced their selection for the Top Outdoors woman. The winner is Carly Deacon from Manitoba. Carly joins Angelo to talk about the contest, and her commitment to women in the outdoors.

Keith Beasley from Canada in the Rough will join Angelo with an update on the filming, for future T.V. programs. Keith will share his views on the rising number of female hunters, and how this is impacting the sport.

Pete and Angelo have just returned from Fernleigh Lodge on Kashwakamak Lake, north of Belleville. In the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Kevin Phillips joins Angelo to talk about the great bass fishing and summer family vacations at Fernleigh. Every year thousands of turtles are hit by vehicles, on the roadways in Ontario.

Dr. Sue Carstairs is a surgeon at the Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre in Peterborough. As the turtle population declines in Ontario, can saving a few make
any difference at all? Angelo will find out.

 

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

Lets Get Outside with Coleman  and John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Fernleigh Lodge

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Carly Deacon – Canada’s Top Outdoors woman – Outdoor Canada

Keith Beasley – Canada in the Rough

Dr. Sue Carstairs – Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre – Peterborough

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