Jason Barnucz: Pure Fishing Ambassador and Fisheries Biologist – S1 E6

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We wrap up our chat with Fisheries biologist Jason Barnucz this week with some discussion on closed fishing seasons and the overall state of Ontario fishing health. Jason has some interesting insight into the shifting open seasons across Ontario, early spawning seasons, and his controversial article in Bassmaster where he suggests a catch and release spring bass season.

You won’t be disappointed with the wealth of information an expert in the field brings to the conversation. This week with Jason proves to be the most educational and thoughtful discussion on sport fishing we have had to date. And we wrap on a great story about the next generation of young anglers and their passion for the sport.

Tune in; don’t miss episode of One More Cast.

Episode Resources:

Jason Barnucz on Twitter: @BassinBiologist

Pure Fishing: www.PureFishing.com

Berkley Fishing: www.berkley-fishing.com

Abu Garcia: www.abugarcia.com

The Royal Ontario Museum – www.rom.on.ca

Muskies Canadawww.muskiescanada.ca

Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunterswww.ofah.org

Grand River Conservation Authority: www.grandriver.ca

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  1. Tim Zdrazil May 25, 2016

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