Fishing Guides

Hex Hatch Blast Continues Until Independence Day

The Hex Hatch continues on Almanor with bullets strewn across the lake each evening. Fish continue to grab Hex larvae as they rise through the water column. “The fish we clean are loaded with hex grubs and insects of all kinds,” said John Crotty of the Almanor Fishing Association. “Fish …

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Jordan Anderson Racing Bommarito Autosport NASCAR Xfinity Series Race Preview – Road America

News and Notes: – Practice; Following the end of a 20-minute practice session on Friday afternoon, Myatt Snider would record a fast lap of 138.571 at 105.165 mph on Lap 1 of his 7-lap session, making the #31 Chevrolet Camaro SS Shore Lunch the 24th fastest of the 41 cars …

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Catfishing, then and now – Waxahachie Daily Light

Luke Clayton Daily Light Contributor I’ve always loved catching catfish and…eating them! I guess my passion for catfish comes naturally, as a boy growing up on a poultry farm in Red River County; catching catfish was a way of life. Every nine weeks or so when the chickens sold out, …

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Born to guide took time to understand | Free content

Guiding fly fishing trips has become the dream job I never knew I was looking for. I grew up in Summit County, the sixth generation of my family to live in Colorado. After graduating with my Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at CSU, I began collecting an interesting array of …

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Why you need to be an influencer and the 3 Rs to become one

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. The concept of the “three Rs” was born around the idea of ​​influence in the age of social media. Brian Solis was one of the first to propose this concept as the three pillars of influence to measure the rise of the …

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Iceland as cool as it gets

Iceland features many colorful buildings in its architecture, offering a very European flavor. Lew Freeman | The Tribune REYKJAVIK, Iceland — The waves were choppy enough to flash white caps and roll the ferry back and forth, but no one cared as the humpback whales frolicked, flapping their huge white-tinged …

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Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts Shipped Fast on Amazon Prime

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships, so we may receive compensation for certain links to products and services. Father’s Day is fast approaching! It falls on Sunday, June 19 this year, which means if you keep shopping, you’ll need to find a last-minute gift – fast. You don’t want it feel …

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Komal’s Free Spirit (KomalsFreeSpirit.com) brings it all

WANTAGH, NY, June 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With the help of digital marketing agency Success Financial Team – Komal’s Free Spirit has launched a comprehensive online blog featuring enjoyable content related to outdoor recreation, travel and DIY hacks and guides. Created with convenience in mind, KomalFreeSpirit.com offers five easy-to-navigate …

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A case for a how-to guide on how not to go camping… ever | Lifestyles

My husband and I were in a big box store the other day when I spotted a laminated foldout guide with the catchy title, “Guide to Surviving Getting Lost in the Wilderness.” I’m always intrigued by laminated fold-out guides. What a great idea to pack so much useful information into …

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These 4 Game-Changing Fly Tying and Fishing Commandments

This story was originally published in December 2019. Fly tyers will spend the next few months stocking up on flies to use all summer long. Even fly anglers who don’t tie their own will also spend a lot of time planning adventures for the months ahead. As we head into …

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The Maine Fly Company founder found the peach after his father died

“That’s all I wanted to do,” said Jeff Davis. YARMOUTH, Maine – When we lose a parent, it’s natural to step back and take stock of our own lives. It happened to Jeff Davis at a particularly emotional time: He was moving back to Maine after settling his dad’s estate …

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Anderson: Rainy Lake watershed shows vulnerability to flooding – and possibly mining

The flooding at the Minnesota-Ontario border is a disaster of historic proportions – a fact perhaps not fully appreciated due to its distance from the Twin Cities and other metropolitan areas. So historic that water levels above the record flood of 1950 have been measured at Rainy Lake and Crane …

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The British planes that won the war with Rob Bell: air date more

The British planes that won the war with Rob Bell is a new four-part series on Channel 5 that goes back in time to show how Britain designed and built some of the world’s most iconic aircraft. Presenter Rob Bell reveals the history of some of them, starting with the …

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Obituary of Jon “Chris” Sutton PA

Jon “Chris” Sutton PA 1969 – 2022 Saint Cloud, MN—Services celebrating the life of Jon C. Sutton, 53 of Saint Cloud, will be held at First Presbyterian Church, 321 S. 7th St., Springfield, IL 62701 on Sunday, June 26, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. midnight. Chris passed away peacefully at his …

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Outdoors Digest – Democratic Herald

By Lynn Burkhead, for the Herald Democrat Calendar June 7 – Monthly Red River Fly Fishermen’s Meeting at Eisenhower State Park Recreation Hall. For more information, including the evening’s speaker and fly tying schedule, visit www.rrff.org. June 25 – Future Bass Trails Team Tournament at Alberta Creek. For information, call …

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The striped bass now has a rebound plan

The striped bass is in big trouble. They are overexploited, which means that the number of striped stripes in the population is below the established targets. And, overfishing is happening, which means anglers and commercial fishers all across the coast are catching too many scratches in the water. If we …

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The Discover 2022 guide includes a new look

Provided by SDG Counties May 2022 THE COUNTIES, Ontario – The first of 40,000 SDG 2022 Discovery Guides is being delivered to select businesses and tourist attractions in our region and beyond. The new guide, featuring updated images of breathtaking local scenes and amenities, as well as smiling SDG residents, …

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MONTI: Seminar to show how to catch a lucky shot at Nantucket Shoals | local sports

“When it comes to the fabled lands of the moat, no place has garnered more attention than Nantucket Shoals,” said Greg Vespe, executive director of the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association. “Deep water, strong currents and long drives are the norm, but if you want a shot at a double-digit …

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JB Webb — Beat the Wind by Leaving Early

This one is going to be a little difficult for local working fishermen to do. We seem to be caught in a series of windy days, and I mean windy, especially in the afternoon after a late morning that has run out of steam. It seems that the early morning …

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On the Rail holds Fishing for Freedom fundraisers – Muddy River News

Zach Brown knows the importance of Fishing for Freedom. “My friend grew up he was in the military and he was injured in Afghanistan,” Brown said. “He goes there every year. You know, as soon as this one is over, he’ll already be looking forward and talking about next year. …

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All things champion Mayfield gets her day | News

MAYFIELD — A remarkable woman, a legendary city and a community effort to turn a historic site into a public park will have their day. Two stars will honor Grand Traverse County’s Edna Sargent Day celebration on May 21. One, of course, will be Sargent, a 96-year-old Mayfield legend who …

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Information served on fishing guides and K9 Corps

fishing guide Q: Does CDFW offer online fishing resources for new anglers? A: CDFW’s online fishing guide is a great tool to help new and experienced anglers plan their fishing activities. The guide can be used to identify historically good places to fish and to see what species of fish …

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Trout Unlimited Hosts Fly Fishing Film Festival | People

The arrival of spring, when the rivers and lakes come alive, signals the start of another fishing season in the Yellowstone region. To spur some excitement for the upcoming season, the East Yellowstone chapter of Trout Unlimited is hosting the International Fly Fishing Film Festival here in Cody. IF4™ is …

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A psychedelic trip to Timothy Leary’s Catalina Resort in Mexico

Their Mexican neighbors were perplexed. Zihuatanejo historian Rodrigo Campus Aburto, a young teenager in the 1960s, recalls the community thinking the mostly American trippers were crazy. He also recalls that older teenagers sometimes attended IFIF parties on the beach. “Moon, fire and beer” is how he describes the holidays. Some …

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Omnia Fishing will simultaneously broadcast Bassmaster LIVE as a purchasable stream for two Elite Series events

May 3, 2022 Omnia Fishing will simultaneously broadcast Bassmaster LIVE as a purchasable stream for two Elite Series events BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Fishing fans streaming two upcoming Bassmaster Elite Series events will be able to watch, learn, and buy in one seamless experience. During Days 1 and 2 of the …

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Conference aimed at promoting tourism in the department – La Tribune

An event at the Ro-Na Theater in Ironton on Thursday brought together regional leaders in an effort to boost tourism in Lawrence County. A conference, hosted by the Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission, was held and strategies were discussed for marketing the county to visitors, as well as promoting it …

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KEN PERROTTE: One-Shot Turkey Hunt is rewarding on many levels | Local

BY KEN PERROTTE/FOR THE FREE LANCE-STAR Thirty-four hunters took to the field Saturday in the sixth annual Virginia One-Shot Turkey Hunt. The hunt, canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19, is a fundraiser to support hunting heritage programs in Virginia through land purchases and youth engagement through the Virginia …

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Trip Planning / Guided vs Self Guided Motorcycle Tours // ADV Rider

This post was sponsored by Motorcycling, a motorcycle travel website started by an ADVRider inmate. Motourismo connects motorcyclists with motorcycle touring outfits from all over the world! Read more about Motourismo in our original article here or at Motourismo.com. If you are planning to go on an excursion, should you …

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Exploring Culebra Island in Puerto Rico? Here is everything you need to know

There are beautiful places in the world with special qualities, and Culebra Island in Puerto Rico is one of them. Culebra is a secret, with so much to explore and share. There are plenty of activities travelers can enjoy here – from snorkeling, kayaking, and scuba diving to fishing and …

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Column Lynn Burkhead Staring at an empty hole in the water

Some anglers make a career out of big fishing moments, catching bucketmouths that wow the Instagram crowd and become a viral sensation almost overnight. Others catch a giant fish with significant measurements of girth and length that becomes a replica fish that hangs proudly on the wall for many years …

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Battenkill Fly Fishing Festival Highlights Arlington’s Angling History and River Salvage | Local News

ARLINGTON – For generations, this town along the banks of the Battenkill River has been synonymous with fly fishing. That legacy will be celebrated next weekend in many ways when Arlington Common hosts its first-ever Battenkill Fly Fishing Festival, April 29-May 1. Organizers present what they hope will be a …

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Beautiful landlocked African country targets tourism

Elephant on the Shire River Getty Malawi in southeast Africa is often confused with Mali, or even the Maldives in the Indian Ocean – but it’s working hard right now to change that. On my only visit there some 20 years ago, I could see the reasons why, despite its …

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Spring bass fishing can be challenging and rewarding | Sin

I didn’t catch a 12-pounder like Mike McSwain while fishing a Dorchester County lake several years ago during spring spawning, but a recent outing with the seasoned fishing guide was both productive and eye-opening. . Spring can be an exceptional time for largemouth bass, but it can also be a …

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South Florida offers ideal conditions to attract new anglers

If you’ve always wanted to bring a kid, partner, or friend fishing, now is the time to head to the nearest Everglades Channel. “Right now is just a good time to go fishing, and it will be until May,” said Captain Alan Zaremba, explaining that low water levels in the …

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Bowfishing is changing the way people fish for carp and catfish in PA

As darkness falls over the city of Pittsburgh, activity begins to pick up along the banks of the Allegheny River. Boats fitted with floodlights set sail to cross the shore lines. On board each ship are fishermen who are interested in archery. They bowfish a variety of fish that have …

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Explore guides have all the information you need about area state parks

Did you know that a nearby 13,000-acre forest is home to five state parks where visitors can hike, fish, swim, boat, camp, picnic, and learn about local history? The South Mountain Recreation Area includes Greenbrier State Park, Gathland State Park, South Mountain State Battlefield, Washington Monument State Park, and approximately …

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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: Best Early Game Legendary Farming Spots

The old Borderlands series know the width and depth of all weapons that come with one of 2K’s most beloved shooters. Tiny Tina’s Wonderland is no different. In fact, the game pulls out all the stops with its unique weaponry. To get into the toughest parts of the game, players …

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Finland’s wild salmon reduction is ‘evolution in action’

We may tend to think of evolution as something that happens slowly over millions of years, but that’s not always the case. When a population of a particular species changes, there can be a variety of possible causes, including climate change or human pressures on a particular ecosystem, such as …

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On the fly: sermons before the trip

A guide and a client prepare to bring in another fine trout from Roaring Fork.Courtesy of Taylor Creek Fly Shop The first part of any guided fishing day is usually the “guide spiel”. Whether you’re the guide or the guided, that little conversation at the start of the journey sets …

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Difficult conditions for Steelhead anglers at the end of the season | Fish the North Shore

As we head into the last weekend of the winter rainbow trout season on the coast, river conditions continue to be less than ideal. Not only for anglers, but also for adult rainbow trout and their future offspring. Since Tuesday, only a few rivers have remained open to fishing. The …

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500,000 people expected to visit Springfield for World Fishing Fair

An event next week in Springfield is expected to draw around half a million visitors to the city. The Bass Pro Shops World Fishing Show will be held March 30 through April 3 at the company’s national headquarters in Springfield. The event will include exhibits, vendors, seminars, concerts by country …

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How to Get a Business License in Florida – Forbes Advisor

Virtually every business will need at least one type of license or permit to legally operate in the state of Florida. Figuring out exactly what licenses you might need to operate in your specific region and industry can be tricky. Depending on the type of business you operate, you may …

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Scharlau: tomorrow’s leadership | Good fruit producer

AgForestry Class 42 watches the potato harvest at Friehe Farms in Moses Lake, Wash., in September. Each class typically travels to 13 seminars during their term, including 11 in Washington State, one in Washington, D.C., and one in an international destination. (Courtesy of Craig Walter) Violence broke out, people were …

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Tips for Fishing in Early Spring | Outside

GREG WAGNER Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Early spring fishing time is fast approaching or may have already arrived. Daryl Bauer, fishing outreach program manager at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, has some tips to help anglers fish in early spring in Nebraska as the waters begin to warm …

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MONTI: Climate Fishinar examines the impacts felt on fishing and boating | local sports

Climate change is impacting our coastal shoreline, our habitat and the fish we like to catch, eat and/or release. If you’re interested in what’s changing and how to use strategies and actions to address climate change, you’ll want to attend this free online Climate Fishinar on March 23 and April …

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Sacramento River ocean salmon abundance estimate is on the rise

SACRAMENTO — The Pacific Fishery Management Council will choose three alternatives for the recreational and commercial salmon fishing seasons at its March 8-14 meeting, based on ocean abundance forecasts, stakeholder feedback and feedback. other factors discussed at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s annual salmon information meeting. held virtually …

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First Théophile Bourgeois Memorial Prize awarded to an LDWF agent – L’Observateur

The Louisiana Charter Boat Association (LCBA) presented Sergeant Joshua Laviolette with the first Theophile Bourgeois Memorial Award at today’s meeting of the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission. The LCBA will present this award annually to the law enforcement officer who best exemplifies the mission of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife …

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anglers, guides – Chilliwack Progress

Concerns about the condition of the Island 22 boat ramp in Chilliwack and the road to it turned into a call to action this week from the Fraser Valley Angling Guides Association and the Fraser Valley Salmon Society. According to a March 1 letter sent to the Fraser Valley Regional …

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Stewart puts his Columbus ranch up for sale

An image of Tony Stewart’s Hidden Hollow Ranch at 10285 W. Youth Camp Road which is being sold through a Carmel real estate company. Photo by Brock Childs at Home Aesthetic, courtesy of Carrie Holle Group Local residents get a glimpse of racing legend Tony Stewart’s West Youth Camp Road …

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How to Get the Deepstar Aurelid Mount in World of Warcraft

Every World of Warcraft update brings a collection of new mounts to earn, and Eternity’s End is no exception. There are over 40 new mounts to obtain, but some of them have more bizarre methods to obtain than others. One such mount is the Deepstar Aurelid, a new prototype jellyfish …

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Wilderness Resort is Hiring Now – Various Positions Available

Everyone knows that smaller, more intimate travel experiences are better! Mar Mac Lodge is a small, well-established resort located about 25 minutes by plane or 50 minutes by train from White River, Ontario. Our mission is to share the beauty and abundance of Northern Ontario’s boreal forest. We pride ourselves …

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Indiana DNR Recreational Fishing Guides Available Online | News

...The Flood Warning is extended for the following rivers in Indiana... East Fork White River, White River. ...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Indiana... Illinois... Wabash River, White River. .A combination of snow melt, plentiful rainfall, and partially frozen ground has led to flooding along much of …

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Sonora Resort is now hiring for the 2022 season – Scout Magazine

Sonora Resort Goods Vancouver, BC | Join our world-class team at Sonora Resort. Sonora has a reputation for excellence that is deeply rooted in the Relais & Châteaux brand, the uniqueness of our immaculate property and the charm of our world-class team. Our corporate culture is one of service, stewardship …

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War for the Seas Beginners Guide and Tips

war of the seas is a game about pirate takes place during the golden age of geographical discovery, in which you can play in different ways depending on your preferences. Lead pirates into battle, sink enemy ships to plunder spoils, explore uncharted continents, search for secret treasures, open new sea …

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Why do the Nanai people only have 30 different surnames?

There are many interesting facts about the Nanai people. For example, their other name was ‘Fishskin’, because they wore clothes made from fish skins. These days, a traditional Nanai costume like this would cost between $2,500 and $4,000. Here is another interesting fact: when a Nanai person dies, a special …

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Student Schools Enjoy Fishing Trip | Local News

Captain Jesse James Cook, left, washes his hands after baiting hooks for Pleasant Grove Elementary School student Jaylee Wolfe to catch a fish on Wednesday, February 9. Her classmate Jordynn Harmon reacts to the take. Matthew Beck Chronicle Photo Editor It’s o-fish-ial. For the first time, all fifth-grade classes in …

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Outdoors with Luke: White Bass Fishing at Ray Hubbard Lake | Sports

One thing I’ve learned over the years about catching fish: there’s usually a pattern and a bait that will produce action, regardless of the lake, time of year, or species. Finding this pattern is the challenge! For many years I have enjoyed catching white bass, sandbass as they are called …

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Fortnite’s legendary submachine gun finally added in February 8 patch

Fans have been begging Fortnite for a collaboration with Naruto for several months. Thanks to dataminers, we know when Naruto will arrive on Fortnite. Naruto is one of the most popular anime out there. Whether you’re an anime fan or not, you probably know or have heard of Naruto Uzumaki. …

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A discovery of Northern Ireland’s lost holy relic

It was not the first time that the lives of these two women changed radically. Kelly is a former family law attorney; while Purdy was a prominent political correspondent for the BBC who grilled many politicians, gaining a reputation as a no-nonsense journalist during her coverage of both The Troubles …

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News from Latin America – Indigenous communities defend the Amazon

(Thompson Reuters image) By Anastasia Moloney MIRITI-PARANA, Colombia, Thursday, February 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Using a machete, Norma Souza Matapi slices a pineapple from its roots and places it in a woven bag slung across her forehead as she tends to a family vegetable garden deep in the Amazon …

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The Peluso Report: Building muscle in mid-winter

Perch can be found in 30 to 40 feet of water in the mud-bottomed pools of Devils Lake, but are skittish in mid-winter. WD Photo by Mike Peluso. By Mike Peluso In this week’s report from Devils Lake, I’ll cover what’s happening here for us right now and also the …

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Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve tour operators ready for post-pandemic boom

When the Łutsel K’e Dene First Nation purchased the Frontier Fishing Lodge in 2019, part of their vision for the new Thaidene Nëné Indigenous Protected Area was to create local jobs and a sustainable economy for the community. The lodge is about two miles west and a little north of …

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Clayton: Ren-de-Voux spring planned

Mountain people in the early 1800s spent solitary lives during the fall and winter months trapping beaver in the rugged Rockies. Come spring, they were more than ready to come down from the hills and get together for a few days, rekindle friendships and restock their supplies. Their meeting was …

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Lynn Burkhead A story of two duck blinds at the end of the 2021-22 season

Famous author Charles Dickens once wrote a fairly apt novel that opened with the unforgettable phrase “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” While that may have been true in 19th century Europe as the French Revolution prepared to sweep across the European continent, it’s …

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Fishing show is getting ready | Johnston Sunrise

By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Let the New England Saltwater Fishing Show, held March 11-13 at the Rhode Island Convention Center, help you prepare for fishing season. The show is back as the largest saltwater fishing show of its kind in the Northeast featuring tackle, rods, reels, lures, electronics, charter guides, …

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Upcoming Extension Classes | | chronicenligne.com

Here are some of the upcoming workshops offered by Citrus County Extension Services. More information is available by calling the extension at 352-527-5700 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by visiting the website at http://citrus.ifas.ufl. ed. Registration is mandatory. “Cooking for 1 or 2”: February 18, …

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Standridge knows the Crappie will float down the river channel while they wait

We’re going crappie fishing on Palestine Lake with Three Nails guide Mark Standridge. TYLER, Texas — In this week’s Hooked on East Texas, we feature one of the area’s fishing guides. His name is Mark Standridge of Three Nails Guide Service. He started his guiding service about six years ago …

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Calamari market leader relaunches retail offering

“My dad started this business with a commitment to the highest quality seafood and service,” said ryan clark, President and CEO of The Town Dock. “More than four decades later, we continue to uphold this higher standard and adapt to consumer needs. Our expanded and redesigned retail offering allows us …

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Celebrating a Century of the Puffy Coat • Snowshoe Magazine

Puffer jackets are an almost ubiquitous part of a snowshoer’s gear, worn not only on the trails, but also frequently spotted around town. But while puffies may seem ubiquitous in winter sports like snowshoeing, this year they’re celebrating just 100 years since their first use in outdoor recreation. Discover the …

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These Companies Are Turning Superyacht Charters Into Memorable Adventures – Robb Report

Patrick had previously chartered boats in the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Adriatic and set foot on all seven continents. Yet he had never seen anything like it. “Twenty humpback whales circling our Zodiac, a krill feeding frenzy,” he says. “Diving, boiling water, ascending a few meters – it was a lifetime …

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Invasive species threaten the purity of Antarctica

Species from around the world ‘hitchhiking’ on ships are threatening Antarctica’s pristine marine ecosystem, according to new research. The conclusion is drawn from a study of research, fishing and tourist vessels that regularly visit the otherwise isolated protected region. The study found that ships – usually fishing or tourist vessels …

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Struggle for access to stream shakes New Mexico commission again

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has fired another member of a state panel that oversees wildlife conservation and hunting and fishing regulations as he a dispute arises over public access to streams and rivers that cross private property. Jeremy Vesbach was among members of the …

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Bears, boats, moose and fun. Outdoor show starts Friday at MetraPark

After a brief lull of events at MetraPark over the holidays, the schedule looks pretty busy for the next two weeks. Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias is performing this Saturday (1/15) and two big shows are also taking place this weekend. Why not check out both? Enjoy it all in the great …

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Harley Tomlinson obituary (1932 – 2022) – Hamden, Connecticut

Harley E. tomlinsonHarley E. Tomlinson, 89, of Knob Hill Drive in Hamden, husband of 48 years of the late Joyce E. Tomlinson, died on January 6, 2022 after a long illness. He was assisted towards the end by his youngest son, David Tomlinson, during a brief residency at the Connecticut …

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MDC Twin Pines CEC to host Eagle Days with Bald, Golden Eagles on January 20 Ozark Radio News

MDC offers Eagle Days events statewide. Some events will include live eagle programs, exhibits, activities, videos, and guides with spotting scopes. WINONA, Missouri – Discover how majestic a bald eagle and a golden eagle are with the Eagle Days event at the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) Twin Pines Conservation …

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Top 5 Things to Do in Cincinnati This Weekend: January 7-9

Here are the biggest and best events happening around Cincinnati this weekend. Note: With the intermittent nature of the pandemic, it’s always best to call ahead to make sure plans for the event have not changed before you go. 1. O’Reilly Auto Parts Cavalcade of Customs Discover hundreds of custom …

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January cleaning: with new equipment, revive the old

The surf environment is super harsh, even a beautiful day like this will have waves full of sandy water splashing your reel. Photo credit: Eric Medlin The holiday season is over and it’s a safe bet that if you are reading this you have received new fishing tackle. I’m sure …

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No excuse for cabin fever with these outdoor opportunities

January is no shortage of outdoor opportunities for fishing, hunting and trapping throughout the Midwest. In the north, ice fishing is booming. In the south, open water still exists. Deer seasons are coming to an end and predators become a priority. Don’t even think about letting cabin fever rear its …

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An adventure guide in French Polynesia

While luxury overwater villas are French Polynesia’s flagship attraction, countless rewarding adventures await just beyond these dreamy digs. Surf with professional athletes. Paddle the traditional Polynesian va’a canoe. Or drive ATVs from pineapple fields to mountain-top vistas, with a plethora of breathtaking excursions in between. To enjoy the South Pacific …

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Miles and miles of hunting in West Texas

As he sat in a deer shade overlooking a view of West Texas that seemed to stretch to infinity, the song “Miles and Miles of Texas” came to mind. Songwriters Diane Johnston and Tommy Camfield must have spent some time on this Mitchell County ranch 60 years ago, when they …

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fishing app gives a better overview of the Bighorn river | Wild montana

“With lower flow rates, higher concentrations of some of the monitored parameters were expected,” wrote Kendall Ard, a Rocky Mountain College student who served as a water quality monitoring intern. Higher nitrogen concentrations will fuel algae growth, which will lead to lower water clarity, Ard noted. Pelicans: Because large white …

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Inside the campaign to save an endangered Cambodian rainforest

We were sitting by a lush river in the Southern Cardamom Mountains, huddled around a lunch of chicken and rice, when the tip arrived via text: someone had provided the location of a camp poaching. Within minutes, the entire group – including Darian Thackwell, the chief ranger and four of …

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Blue Lining in the Mt Washington Valley

WRITE ON THE FLYBy GEORGE LISET It was a beautiful day in early November and my friend Coach B, also known as Jim Boulanger, and I decided to take a drive up to Mount Washington Valley and check out some fly fishing spots for the spring. Neither of us fished …

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A splitboard crossing through America’s largest road-free zone

The author, shredding Murphy’s law. Photo: Jess Asmussen Editor’s Note: Author Sam Thackeray is the lead avalanche instructor in our Essential guide to backcountry basics and avalanche awareness with Inspire courses. It helps viewers learn to make smart and safe decisions in their quest for unhunted powder. The class is …

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How to make a water breathing potion in Minecraft (2021)

Are you trying to explore the multitude of Minecraft biomes located underwater? Does every attempt send you back to the surface to breathe? Well I know it gets not only tiring but also risky as underwater monsters attack you. Fortunately, the solution to this problem is not difficult. All you …

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