Fisheries Biologist Jason Barnucz on Conservation and Invasive Species – S1 E5

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I have the pleasure of talking about conservation and invasive species with the one and only Jason Barnucz. Jason is a Fisheries Biologist from Southern Ontario working with Fisheries and Oceans Canada. He shares a wealth of information with me on this show.

Tune in for our chat as Jason talks about his field work in bio-diversity, teaching fish identification at the Royal Ontario Museum, Endangered and Threatened Species, the spread of the Round Goby in Ontario waters, and the rules surrounding man-made fishing cover.  And no conversation about conservation would be complete without discussing the recent closure of Walleye in Lake Scugog for the foreseeable future.

Don’t miss this fascinating look into the environmental science behind the sport we love.

Episode Resources:

Jason Barnucz on Twitter: @BassinBiologist

Pure Fishing:

Berkley Fishing:

Abu Garcia:

The Royal Ontario Museum –


Ontario Federation of Anglers and

Grand River Conservation Authority:


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