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Let's Go Outdoors TV, S01E04 03/11/2012

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Mya DeRyan demonstrating the art of fish rubbing Mya DeRyan demonstrating the art of fish rubbing

Stories featured this week include:

Calgary Boat and Sportsmen's Show

We visit the Calgary Boat and Sportsmen's Show and find a whole host of interesting people and stories there. More than just an outdoor enthusiasts' playground, the Canadian National Sportsmen's Shows actively supports local conservation groups, each year providing significant donations towards important conservation programs.

Capturing fish on rice paper

Mya De Ryan employs an ancient Japanese art form dating back to the 17th century. Her amazing and beautiful fish rubbings create lasting treasures and spark memories of time spent in the outdoors.

A Fly-tying master

Barry White uses his artforms to both catch fish and create beauty. Join us for a visit with this master fly angler with a "double life". Hint - does he remind you of someone rather jolly?

Elk calling competition

Competitors in the qualifying round for the Canadian Elk Calling Championships show off their talent in this event presented by the Wild Elk Federation.

Archery competition

Students from across our province aim for top scores as they compete in the provincial leg of the National Archery in the Schools Program.

Industry partners re-building culverts

We look at how an Industry Partner for Conservation, Devon Energy, is re-building bridges and culverts to protect Alberta streams.

Outdoor Guide

How do you catch trout that are not in the mood for tasty lures? Brad Fenson give us tips on using spinners as a last resort.

W.I.S.E. Awards

Leadership in conservation is recognized at this annual event that recognizes people who share the vision of “making wildlife and fish part of the value system of all Albertans". The name of the program stands for W = Wildlife, I = In Trust, S = Safekeeping, E = Education. 

Amazing sand dunes
The Athabasca Sand Dunes in northern Alberta are a surprisingly beautiful treasure.

 

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