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Host Marianne Eaton travels to The Forks, Maine, home of Northern Outdoors Adventures to take on a wet and wild twelve-mile stretch of the Kennebec River. Then, we venture out into the field with Steve Parren, chief of the department's Nongame and Natural Heritage Program (NNHP) to track tagged wood turtles. Lastly, host Lawrence Lawrence Pyne hooks up with Arch Tilford at his summer camping retreat where he shares some great stories and shows us how to catch some Silver Lake rainbow trout.
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Whitewater RaftingWood TurtlesArch Tilford and the Green Mountain Grabber
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