Outdoor Journal Radio Show – January 21 2017


Adrian Rushforth from Mercury Marine, joins Angelo to talk about the new products on display at the Boat Show in Toronto. Merc are leaders in innovation,and this show is the first of many as we head towards spring and the boating season.

J.P. Martin-Dubois from Princecraft will talk boating. Princecraft have been building boats for 63 years. One of the hot products is pontoon boats. How well do they perform in the wind, and do they make a good choice for fishing with family and those with mobility issues.

On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Mark Graves from Birchland Cottages will talk about great smallmouth bass fishing on a small lake, west of Sudbury. How good is the fishing? Mark says you can catch 2-3 lb fish right off the dock!

This week, three people died in two separate incidents while ice fishing. All three victims suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning from a propane heater. John Gignac knows this story all too well. As a former firefighter and the uncle of a family of four that died from carbon monoxide gas, he now represents the Hawkins Gignac Foundation, which is dedicated to raise awareness of the silent killer. Does the law require a carbon monoxide detector in a cabin, RV, motorhome, tent or other dwelling? We’ll find out!


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

Lets Get Outside with Coleman 

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Birchland Cottages

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

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

Jean-Philippe Martin-Dubois – Research/Development and Marketing Director – Princecraft Boats

John Gignac – Hawkins Gignac Foundation