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Frank Kuiack Reflects on 72 Years of Guiding

Frank Kuiack has been a fishing guide in Ontario’s Algonquin Park for over seven decades and has seen more than his fair-share of change and hardship. He’s a big fan of the Splake hybrid fish that now dominates the stocking process. Listen as Frank shares his observations that he believes offers proof positive that climate […]

IJC Engineer David Fay on Spring Floods and Water

The U.S. and Canadian governments adopted a new Great Lakes water level management plan in December 2016 designed to create and sustain wetlands. After record rains this spring, the IJC is scrambling to explain what if any their new plan had to do with the flooding experienced on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence. This […]

Lake Ontario’s Waterkeeper Raises Concern Over Fish Health

Lake Ontario” Waterkeeper Mark Mattson is concerned over the increasing plastics found in the lake and what it means for fish health. In addition to fighting this growing blight, Mattson is busy promoting The water mark project responsible for gathering local knowledge in the form of people’s personal water stories, and the “Swim drink fish” […]

Barry Lancaster on Hunting and Fishing in Ottawa

The Osgoode Township Fish, Game and Conservation Club is a charter organization of the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, and operates within the city limits of Canada’s capital Ottawa. Blue Fish Radio interviews the club’s President, Barry Lancaster, to learn how a number of small outdoor clubs band together to fight for their right […]