We visit the 2003 derby and host Lawrence Pyne heads out on Monkton Pond with his kids to share some tips on how he keeps fishing fun and exciting for his family. Then, We travel to the White River to look at efforts to reform a riparian buffer and to the woods of central Vermont to watch apple trees being released. Lastly, host Marianne Eaton attends Doe Camp 2003 to learn a little about shooting, survival, fly-fishing and other outdoor sports.
Mysterious Coyotes | Walleye Restoration | Beaver Pond BrookChain Pickerel | Wildlife For Educators | Moose HuntOak Orchard River | Museum of Natural Hist | Skeet ShootingWhite River Snorkeling | Lake Sturgeon | Haystack MountainHang Gliding | Trout in the Classroom | Waterbury ReservoirDeer Herd Management 2015Deer Hearing - 2015Fly Fishing | Autumn Paddling | Bike Trek | Owl BandingSteelhead Fishing | Bristol Pond | Turkey Hunting | SurfingBass Fishing | Autumn Horseback | Mount HorridVT Fish, Deep-woods Trail, Camping at Burton IslandBristol iNaturalist | Kayak Fishing | White River Raftinggot your deer yet? An Outdoor Journal SpecialDeer 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 WMA
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