Outdoor Journal

Episode Guide


Season 6


Episode #603

Marianne Eaton visits one of Vermont's natural gems: 28,000-acre Groton State Forest. Dead Creek ...

Wiffle Ball, Timber Rattlesnakes, Bass Fishing (#602)

Marianne Eaton heads to Lincoln and Jericho, Vt., where wiffleball is making a comeback at two ...

Episode #601

Lawrence Pyne goes fishing for huge channel catfish on Lake Champlain. In Salisbury, Vt., ...

Season 5


Episode #505

Researchers hope to trace the steps of several bobcats to better understand their habitat needs; ...

Episode #504

Randy Colomb of Waltham, Vt., launches his ...

Episode #503

Join host Lawrence Pyne as his name is finally drawn in New Hampshire for the 2005 moose season. ...

Episode #502

When it comes to trout fishing, the upper Connecticut River is a cut above. Then, as more and ...

Episode #501

From trolling for trout and salmon to jigging for pan fish, Lake Champlain has something to ...

Season 4


Episode #408

Host Marianne Eaton joins Dick Hall for a Telemark lesson. Then we visit the 30th Annual NATO ...

Episode #407

Host Lawrence Pyne joins Steve Foster on a moose shed hunt in winter. Shed hunting doesn't get ...

Episode #406

Host Marianne Eaton joins Jamie Hess of the Montshire Skating Club for an introductory Nordic ...

Episode #405

Host Lawrence Pyne joins Tim Nichols to learn training techniques for leashed dog tracking then ...

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