OJ 605 Seg 2

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Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
605
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Maidstone Lake Trout
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Maidstone Lake was created when glacial ice carved out a deep basin along the northern stretches of the Connecticut River. The deep cold water left behind as a result of the glacier melt is now ideal habitat for salmon, rainbow and lake trout. Like many of the Northeast Kingdom lakes, Maidstone’s fish population was managed through creel surveys to help establish regulations and stocking efforts to provide anglers with a quality fishing experience. In recent years the focus on Maidstone Lake has changed . With access to genetic analysis fisheries biologists are discovering that Maidstone may hold a species of fish that is a direct descendent of the first lake trout left behind by the receding glaciers.

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OJ 605 Seg 1

Series: 
Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
605
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The American Museum of Fly Fishing
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What do artist Winslow Homer, statesman Daniel Webster, author Ernest Hemmingway and baseball great Ted Williams have in common? They were all avid fishermen, who’s passion for the art of angling with a fly lives on today at the American Museum of Fly Fishing in Manchester, Vermont. From trout flies that were tied back when George Washington was President to Jimmy Carter’s favorite fishing tackle, the museum houses the world’s largest collection of rare, one of a kind fly fishing related objects. Which collectively document the evolution of fly-fishing in to the sport, craft, art form and industry that we know today. A visit to the museum is a great cure for cabin fever in the winter. And during the summer it can easily be combined with some fly fishing on the nearby Battenkill River.

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Nature Walk at Springweather Reserve

Date: 
Sunday, May 22, 2011 1:00 pm
Address: 
http://homepages.sover.net/~mwalsh/Ascutney_Mountain_Audubon_Society/Programs_and_Field_Trips.html
City, State: 
North Springfield, Vt.
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Nature Walks (only on OJ pg)
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Monthly Bird Monitoring at GMAC

Date: 
Saturday, May 14, 2011 8:00 am
Location: 
Green Mountain Audubon Center
Address: 
http://www.greenmountainaudubon.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&view=cat&task=cat.listevents&Itemid=39
City, State: 
Huntington, Vt.
Source: 
Nature Walks (only on OJ pg)
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Headline Vermont
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About the Project


Purpose & Mission

The goal of the project is to examine the role of the newspaper industry in Vermont. This is achieved by the viewing of our documentary, "Headline Vermont" and through a statewide campaign to engage school students learning about local history and who are interested in journalism as a career.
 

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Daniel J. Lyons Daniel J. Lyons

Brattleboro, Vt.

A freelance television producer, director of photography and cinematographer.



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Headline Vermont
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Profile
Episode #: 
1022
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Links
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Profile - John Abele - Web Extra

Series: 
Profile
Episode #: 
1022
Zone: 
Web Extra Video
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Web Extra
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Vermont This Week - April 15, 2011 - Shumlin

Series: 
Vermont This Week
Episode #: 
2928
Zone: 
Open Area
Header: 
Governor Shumlin's First 100 Days: By the Numbers
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Times testified before U.S. Congress: 1
Trips to Quebec: 2
Meetings with President Obama: 3
Potholes filled: 4
Ski areas visited: 5
Town meetings attended: 6
Military events: 7
Hospitals visited: 8
Sportsmen events: 9
Bills signed: 10
Schools visited: 16
Videos uploaded to VTGovernor YouTube Channel: 21
Community and business leaders events: 24
Businesses visited: 27
Proclamations issued: 38
Towns visited: 50
Legislative meetings: 76
Appointments to boards and commissions: 133
Tweets: 246
Questions received through "Ask the Governor”: 397
Likes on Facebook: 642
Views on VTGovernor YouTube Channel: 951
Followers on Twitter: 1128
Pictures uploaded to Vermont Governor flickr page: 1470
Letters fielded: 1722
Constituent emails fielded: 1806
www.governor.vermont.gov visits: 34,825
Dollars raised for the VT National Guard families: 70,500

Maple syrup mentions: Countless
 


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OJ 805 Seg 3

Series: 
Outdoor Journal
Episode #: 
805
Zone: 
Segments
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Burbot Fishing
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Lake Willoughby has long been known for it's lake trout, salmon and smelt fishing. But there are a handful of Vermonters drilling holes in the spring ice in search of a fish that most locals have never seen, burbot. The only freshwater member of the cod family, these odd looking fish can be found in several of the deep cold northeast kingdom lakes. And they certainly taste a lot better than they look.

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