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Game wardens in Maine patrol the Pine Tree State during hunting season.

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aired 17 days ago
Game wardens in Maine patrol the Pine Tree State during hunting season.
aired 24 days ago
Sgt. Pushee leads a multi-agency rescue mission to find a missing kayaker; a specialist is called in to locate a pesky bear that is roaming through a residential area; a boy is caught riding without a helmet and operating his ATV illegally.
aired 31 days ago
Lt. Mike Eastman investigates a case of stolen lobster traps; a man on a dirt bike flees the scene after being stopped for speeding; and Officer Hannett sends an injured pigeon to a local wildlife rehabber.
aired 38 days ago
Lt. Boudreau and Officer Hannett have an unusually busy day on ATV patrol; Officer McDermott investigates a man who illegally shot a rabbit in a residential area; officers Holmes and Cyrs use ATVs to rescue an injured hiker on Mount Carter.
aired 45 days ago
Game wardens in Maine patrol the Pine Tree State during hunting season.
aired 52 days ago
Officer Cyrs responds to a call of an attack by a fox that may be rabid; Officers Frye and Jones suspect a hunter of illegally shooting a turkey; Officer Crouse tracks a group of ATV riders joyriding on private property.
aired 274 days ago
Nature lovers show up for Discover Wild New Hampshire Day; officers conduct an undercover surveillance; Officer McKee rescues a starving owl from the side of the road; a perilous rescue of an injured hiker on Mount Monadnock.
aired 281 days ago
Lt. Boudreau teams up with Trainee Masucci to track down a turkey hunter who may have shot from the road; when an animal release goes south, Officer Hannett lends a hand; Officer Canfield races to catch a trespassing dirt biker.
aired 288 days ago
Officer Crouse responds to a call about a nuisance raccoon; Officer Towne searches for a deer attacked by coyotes; Officer Hannett monitors a suspicious fisherman and Officer St. Pierre responds to a call about an impaired driver.
aired 295 days ago
With added facts; the dive team assists at an event in Hampton Beach; Courtney patrols the area's clam flats; Hannett and Holmes patrol snowmobile activity across the state; Demler helps a bobcat that's been injured by a porcupine.
aired 302 days ago
With added facts; at the state's largest ice fishing derby, Canfield looks for the owner of a frozen fishing line while Major Juneau takes command of a mountain rescue; McKee runs radar for snowmobiles; Cyrs checks on a moose in a bog.
aired 308 days ago
Officers Bronson and Towne get more than they bargained for with a speeding snowmobiler; the K-9 unit performs winter training; Officer MacFadzen patrols an ice drag racing event; Officer Cyrs investigates a hit and run.
aired 308 days ago
Officer Fluette and Moxie finally graduate; an illegal bait site is investigated by Officer Holmes and trainee McDermott; Officer Egan runs a decoy operation; Sergeant Lucas looks into a oddly behaved moose; with new content.
aired 315 days ago
Lt. Boudreau encounters kite skiers; an illegal firesled and a vandalized bob-house; Officer Canfield searches for a deer with an arrow in its head; Officers Demler and Towne head out on a treacherous mountain rescue.
aired 315 days ago
Pre-dawn on opening day of rifle season, Lt. Boudreau and Officer Hannett pursue a night hunter; Officers Canfield and St. Pierre battle the snow to work a deer decoy; Officer Frye wrestles an aggressive wild turkey.
aired 322 days ago
Hannett patrols for ice fishermen while Lt. Boudreau investigates a hunter who shot towards a road; Holmes deals with a raccoon hiding in a warm chimney; Officer St. Pierre goes on his first dive recovery under the ice.
aired 322 days ago
Officer Canfield responds to a call about an orphaned bear cub; Sgt. Lucas pays an unexpected visit to a hunter suspected of illegal baiting; Officer Cyrs investigates a large buck shot by a young hunter during muzzleloader season.
aired 329 days ago
Hunter who shot a deer without the proper permit is questioned by Bronson; Demler runs speed trap on a popular snowmobile trail; Sgt. Lucas checks out a suspicious deer kill site; Cyrs rushes to a snowmobile accident; with new content.
aired 329 days ago
Officer Egan sets up a decoy and checks hunters at a popular bird hunting site; Officers Towne and Bronson help rescue an injured hiker on Mount Kearsarge; Lt. Boudreau and Officer MacFadzen investigate a hunt on private property.
aired 435 days ago
Up north, Sgt. Lucas checks duck hunters; down south, Officer Benvenuti and trainee Crouse question a man suspected of hunting over bait; Sgt. Lucas and Officer Holmes attempt to free a cub stuck inside a trap before its mother returns.
aired 442 days ago
Investigating a man who shot someone while hunting illegally; a porcupine is wreaking havoc; a seriously ill hiker is trapped on Mount Garfield.

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