Outdoor Journal Radio – March 24 2018


Marbled crayfish are a freak of nature. They do not need to mate to reproduce,
and just a few of these creatures can multiply into hundreds in a short period of
time. Jaime Grimm studies crayfish, and she debates with Angelo whether these
invasives should be allowed in pet stores in Ontario.

There’s amazing muskie fishing on the Saint John River in New Brunswick.
Peter Levick is the editor of the Release Journal for Muskies Canada. He joins
Angelo as they talk about some of the biggest and fattest muskies in the swim.
Can Peter convince Angelo to shoot an episode of Fish’n Canada on the river?

Chapleau Lodge is a drive to wilderness resort on 12 mile long Borden Lake. The
fishing is excellent for walleye, northern pike, and smallmouth bass. The ATV
trails offer access to remote lakes, and the fishing for brook trout and lake trout is
outstanding. John Pegg joins Angelo to talk about fishing, right next door to the
Chapleau Game Preserve.

The next episode of Canada in the Rough airs tomorrow, and features the
“Bugling Bulls in the Rockies”. Keith Beasley joins Angelo and talks about filming
in one of the most beautiful landscapes in Canada.


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

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Chapleau Lodge

Peter Levick – Editor of the Release Journal – Muskies Canada

Jaime Grimm – McGill University

Len Perdic – Fish’n Canada Carp Cup

Keith Beasley – Canada in the Rough