Outdoor Journal Radio – June 03 2017


Andrew Walker and Jarryd Monaghan had an amazing Shimano Canada Carp Cup, last weekend at Long Sault on the St Lawrence River. This team will represent Canada in the world championships in Europe later this year. Andrew joins Angelo to talk about the non stop action, and the ton of fish they caught.
Michael Carter from the Weather Network joins Angelo with the summer forecast. We cross our fingers that there will be a huge improvement over the cool wet spring conditions.

On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Ted Putnam from Hawk Lake Lodge joins Angelo. The Fish’n Canada TV crew just returned from filming at this lodge in Northwestern Ontario. Did they catch some trophy fish?

Never underestimate the value of recreational boating, to jobs and the economy of Canada. We tend to think of recreational boating as fun and entertainment, while the National Marine Manufacturers Association view recreational boating as a big contributor to the economy. How big? Sara Anghel joins Angelo with the numbers.

Michipicoten Island is the 3rd largest island on Lake Superior. The island is home to woodland caribou. Less than 5 years ago, wolves showed up. How did they find the caribou, and can the caribou survive with wolves on the hunt? Dr. Brent Patterson from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, joins Angelo with the latest research from the island.

And Patrick Walsh, the Editor in Chief for the award winning Outdoor Canada magazine, joins Angelo to talk about a great gift for Father’s Day!


Play it Safe with Stearns 

Lets Get Outside with Coleman Canada

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Hawk Lake Lodge

Patrick Walsh – Editor in Chief – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Dr. Brent Patterson – Research Scientist – Ministry of Natural Resources Adjunct Professor – Trent University

Michael Carter – The Weather Network

Andrew Walker – Winning Team – Shimano Canada Carp Cup

Sara Anghel – Executive Director – National Marine Manufacturers Association – Canada