The boys take a helicopter ride and set up camp at 6500 feet. They lace up their hikers and traverse the beautiful mountains of South Island New Zealand. Al Kircher tries to connect Dean with his first Himalayan Tahir.
Nick heads to Saskatchewan where he hunts the snow geese at the end of the season and is surprised to find the birds aren’t acting like normal. He learns why bowling in Canada isn’t like it is in the states.
Lake Ontario is home to leviathan sized Walleye, usually found in deep water. But when the sun sets Mike takes his friend with a boat out to try casting and strolling the shallows with Rapala jerkbaits for aggressive night feeders.