Outdoor Journal Radio – June 10 2017


In 2014, nine blue whales were trapped by ice off the coast of Newfoundland. They all died, and two washed ashore.

How do you remove the largest creature on earth, ever? How do you remove the flesh and take the skeleton apart for an exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum? Mark Engstrom led the research team from the ROM. The blue whale is now on display in the Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story, a fascinating exhibition.

On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Angelo will be joined by Ted Moreau from Temple Bay Lodge on Eagle Lake near Dryden. Eagle Lake is a two times world record muskie lake. And, if you like non stop walleye action and trophy smallmouth bass, you won’t want to miss this interview.

What’s new at Mercury Marine? Adrian Rushforth will update Angelo on the high performance die casting machine that’s used to make lighter, stronger engine blocks using 4500 tons of closing force. No other machine in the recreational boating sector can match this one.
It’s Father’s Day next weekend, and Nolan Patterson from Glen Haffy Conservation Area joins Angelo, to talk about the great recreational properties operated by Toronto and Region Conservation. Why not purchase a membership in the private fly fishing club for dad?


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 Temple Bay Lodge

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Dr. Mark Engstrom – Deputy Director of Collections and Research – Royal Ontario Museum

Nolan Patterson – Assistant Supervisor for Glen Haffy and Heart Lake Conservation Areas – Toronto and Region Conservation – Glen Haffy Fly Fishing Club Campaign

Adrian Rushforth – Sr. Director of Marketing and Strategic Planning – Mercury Marine