Next week, the Maine Legislature will start working on laws affecting hunting and fishing. We'll find out what's going on.

Part 1: Rubber worms and dangerous house cats? George Smith, the former executive director of the Sportsman's Alliance of Maine, explains what lawmakers will be talking about starting on Wednesday.

Part 2: Preserving the state's brook trout is always a topic of discussion in Augusta. This legislative session will be no different, Smith says.

Part 3: Do you need a permit to have a boa constrictor? How about a rat snake? Regulating exotic animals in the state is a daunting challenge. George Smith explains.

Part 4: What's the difference between the first session of the Legislature and the second session? A lot.

Part 5: Shannon Leroy of Maine Wilderness Camps tells us all about the guided trips they're offering this winter.