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Host Marianne Eaton joins a class to learn the ins and outs of sculling and what the attraction is to this sport of "leverage." Then, Outdoor Journal visits with Eric Hanson and the kids of Vermont Audubon's "Take Part Program" as they demonstrate what they have done to increase the loon population. Lastly, Host Lawrence Pyne joins longtime bass guide Rod Start of Tinmouth, Vermont for a mid-September outing on Lake St. Catherine, one of several outstanding bass lakes in southwestern Vermont.
Deer Herd Management: An Outdoor Journal SpecialIce Fishing, Shooting Ranges, Bob Klein, Bald Eagle SurveyDog Sledding / Timber Rattlers / Wenlock WMAScuba Diving, Panning For Gold, Rock River WMA, GillnettingHudson River Stripers, Doe Camp, Podunk WMA, Goose Round-UpKent Pond Bass, Bat Research, Vermont SkydivingRestoring The Battenkill, High School TaxidermyWildlife Habitat Incentives, Deer ManagementFrostbite Derby, Electrofishing; Middlesex WMACrappie, Victory Basin WMA, Brilyea DamSpring Mushrooms, Brook Trout, Peregrine FalconsYouth Deer Hunting, Atherton Meadows WMA, Ice ClimbingBlack Bears, Grand Isle Festival, Johnson Farm WMAZip Line, Female Hunters, Terry Tyler CollectionOvernight Ice Fishing, Plymsbury Management AreaUpland Bird Hunting, West Mountain WMAOrvis Wing Shooting, Turner Hill WMA, LCI DerbyFly Fishing Camp, Paddle Boarding, Steam Mill Brook WMAVermont Muskie Restoration and Sea Lamprey ControlAlburg Dunes State ParkOtter Creek Classic, Fairlee Marsh, Yankee Sportsman ClassicShed Hunt, Pine Mountain WMA, Vermont Big Game Trophy Club
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