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Let's Go Outdoors TV, S02E02 02/17/2013

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Season Two - Episode 2

Stories featured this week include:


Mary learns to fire a shotgun
Mary visits the gun range and musters up her courage to fire a shotgun for the first time. Jason Ofner from Cabela's takes her through the basics.


Impact of Brook Trout on native fish populations
Supported by Devon Energy, provincial biologists and TU Canada are working with volunteer anglers to facilitate the recovery of native bull and cutthroat trout in foothills streams.


Discovering Cypress Hills Provincial Park
Boasting some 220 bird species and 47 different mammals, Cypress Hills Provincial Park has a lot to offer. Elma visits this Alberta park and learns about its unique environment.

{rokbox}images/stories/TV/Ep_2_2013/Tailings_150px.png{/rokbox} Shoo duck, shoo!

Keeping waterfowl away from tailings ponds is a task that an inventive U of A professor has taken to heart. We look at some really innovative ways to deter birds from landing on toxic waters.


Gear Guide - slip bobbers
Fishing with bobbers on your line can be a huge advantage when fishing from shore, or fishing with a group of people. Brad shows us how to rig up slip bobbers to set at any depth you want.

{rokbox}images/stories/TV/Ep_2_2013/Walleye_spawn_150px.png{/rokbox} Walleye spawning
Walleye are one of the most coveted game fish in our province. The ACA is doing its part to help ensure these fish are around for many generations to come. We visited the Owl River to see how these fish are doing.


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