Outdoor Journal Radio Show – October 08 2016


Last week Angelo talked to Ryan Flaro, the winner of the Berkley B1 bass tournament on Lake St Francis. The winning margin was 1/100th of a pound. This week, tournament organizer Ben Woo joins Angelo, to talk about the wild finish, and a big announcement for future tournaments.

The walleye fishery on Lake Nipissing is in serious decline. Kim Tremblay from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry heads a team that’s conducting an annual assessment of the walleye fishery. Kim will explain how the team collects the data and how it will be used.

There’s a birthday celebration for the panda twins at the Toronto Zoo this weekend. Jennifer Tracey will join Angelo with an update on the party, and all the other activities this weekend.
What happened to LeBaron’s? What’s the story on the Bass Pro purchase of Cabela’s? Angelo has some thoughts to share on a shake down in the outdoor sporting goods industry.

On the Go Fish in Ontario segment we’ll talk about fall muskie and bass fishing on Georgian Bay, near Honey Harbour. Rick Vanderwal will join Angelo with the latest on fishing and fall colours, in the 30,000 islands.


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 Hall’s Cottages

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Jennifer Tracey – Senior Director of Marketing, Communications and Partnerships – The Toronto Zoo

Kim Tremblay – Management Biologist – Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, North Bay

Ben Woo – WooDoo FishingBerkley B1 Canadian Bass Open