White Water Kayaking/Lake Sturgeon/ShadEpisode Guide »
Host Marianne Eaton takes an introductory whitewater kayak lesson and runs her first class II whitewater. Then, host Lawrence Pyne joins Chet MacKenzie of the Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife's Lake Champlain Sturgeon Restoration Program. Lastly, host Lawrence fishes the Connecticut river with local angler Forest Woodruff for American Shad. He then meets up with Ken Cox to learn how fish ladders in dams along the river have brought the fish back north.
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Pittsford, VT 05763
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