Outdoor Journal Radio – November 17 2018

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Dave Pendlebury loves to fish. Dave is a restaurant manager in Niagara Falls and a part time business consultant for two fishing tackle companies. Dave joins Angelo to discuss how social media is changing the industry.

Kaleb Zelman is a fisheries biologist at the University of New Brunswick. Kaleb is working on his post graduate degree, studying muskies, which are an invasive species on the St. John River. Are they a “good” invasive species? Are any invasive species “good”?

On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, John Ross from Camp Esnagi will be Angelo’s guest. John is a fishing guide and he’s worked this lake for many years. Camp Esnagi is located in the heart of the Algoma wilderness and the only access is by float plane or train. Great fishing and hunting, with home cooked meals in a cozy lodge sounds like the ticket!

Get ready for the Black Friday sales on the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend. Mat Rowan is a Garmin electronics specialist. He says that the Garmin line of fishfinders with Panoptix, are the best option for a successful day on the water.

 

Play it Safe with Inspector of the OPP Chris Whaley

Retired Park Superintendent – Algonquin Provincial Park – John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with  Camp Esnagi

Gord Pyzer – The Doc –  Outdoor Canada Magazine

David Pendlebury – Business Consultant for Raven Tackle and Monster Carp Tackle

Kaleb Zelman – Fisheries Biologist – University of New Brunswick

Mat Rowan – Garmin