We're talking with John Hunt of the Maine Bowhunters Association as well as Mary Gallagher, who fills us in on sea-run brook trout. Did you even know there was such a thing? After that, we're off to Grand Land Stream to help Weatherby's sporting lodge open for another season.

Part 1: John Hunt, the president of the Maine Bowhunters Association, tells us about his group, which -- as its name suggest -- promotes bow hunting in the state. The group is also having its annual banquet next weekend at Jeff's Catering in Brewer.

Part 2: When bow hunters are called upon to control a deer population, it's a serious and necessary situation. Hunt also explains how the association partners with landowners to increase hunting opportunities.

Part 3: Did you know that some brook trout head out to sea? Mary Gallagher of Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife in Bangor tells us all about that, as well as the Maine Brook Trout Pond Survey Project.

Part 4: Okay, now let's get to the sea-run brook trout. Gallagher talks about how and why these wild trout head to the salt water. Those estuaries can be a dangerous place.

Part 5: Jeff McAvoy of Weatherby's in Grand Lake Stream talks about open water fishing season and opening the camp for the season.