Outdoor Journal Radio – September 30 2017


Angelo and Pete have returned from the Berkley B1 pro bass tournament on Lake
St Francis in Quebec. This is an annual ritual. How did the guys make out?
Sean Kelly from Black Angus Fine Meats and Game is back from his trip to the
World Championship Squirrel Cook Off in Bentonville Arkansas.

Did he win? Who finished highest in the standings; Sean in Bentonville or Angelo at the B1?
Bob Nelles joins Angelo with a fly in fishing trip in Muskoka on the Go Fish in
Ontario segment. Bob is co-owner of Muskoka Outpost Camps, and he has two
remote locations for bass and walleye fishermen.

Ben Woo, the organizer of the Berkley B1 Championship Tour, joins Angelo to talk
about the B1 on Lake St Francis, and the three bass tournaments scheduled for

The Fish’n Canada boat got a makeover by Ink Your Ride. Mark Dorey joins
Angelo to talk about colorful options for your boat, truck, car or RV.

The Namgis First Nation on Vancouver Island has occupied the Atlantic salmon
ocean pens owned by Marine Harvest, a Norwegian fish grower. Chief Don
Svanvik explains the occupation and why indigenous people are fed up with
ocean pen fish farms.


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

Lets Get Outside with Coleman  and John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Muskoka Outpost Camps

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Chief Don Svanvik – Namgis First Nation

Ben Woo – Berkley B1 Championship Tour

Mark Dorey – Ink Your Ride