On This Weeks Show – October 05, 2019

The Nature Conservancy of Canada acquired a spectacular section of shoreline on Lake Superior west of Thunder Bay. Gary Davies talks about Big Trout Bay nature reserve, and the recently opened trail in memory of long time NCC worker James Duncan.

The fall walleye fishing is in full swing on the Bay of Quinte. Fishing guide and charter boat operator Kevin Lavers, joins Angelo with his thoughts on this year’s walleye run.

When former Natural Resources Minister Jerry Ouellette, is chasing moose during the hunt, does he search for Chaga mushrooms? Jerry is the owner of Chaga Health and Wellness. Chaga has medicinal benefits for inflammation and other ailments.

With peak fall colours coming and cool weather, this is the perfect time for your group to enjoy a self guided bike and wine tasting tour near Niagara on the Lake. Darren Rossi from Niagara Getaways Wine Tours is Angelo’s guest, with some excellent options for a fun day biking and sipping!

Did Choronzey get things sorted out on the Saugeen River? Has he been successful in making peace with the Ministry of Natural Resources over the transfer of spawning steelhead past the dams on the river, to release the mature fish in the headwaters?

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