Fishing Guides

Fortnite update 3.16 patch notes

Update 3.16 has arrived for Fortnite, and here is the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch. The update isn’t the biggest released yet, but it should now be rolled out to all platforms once maintenance is complete. The update version is number 3.16 on PS4, although …

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The Gibb River Road – Weekly Trip

If your customers are in the mood for adventure, tell them to jump in their car and head west. Western Australia is home to epic 4×4 adventures through one of the world’s last truly wilderness areas: Gibb River Road. Originally built to drive the cattle to Wyndham or Derby, this …

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10 of 11,842 Minnesota lakes your family should visit this summer

“],” filter “: {” nextExceptions “:” img, blockquote, div “,” nextContainsExceptions “:” img, blockquote “}}”> Minnesota is literally filled with beautiful lakes and wild places to explore. In addition to the state’s abundance of lakes (which total 11 842), it is geographically diverse, home to vast grasslands with rolling hills …

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How to find unfamiliar fishing hotspots

Fishing is more popular than ever. That place you used to fish that only you and your buddies knew about years ago? Chances are, it’s filled with anglers today. This can be the case for several reasons. “Spot burning” is a common occurrence. When people see photos of good-sized fish …

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Florida may re-authorize goliath grouper fishing

The Goliath grouper hovers around an artificial reef off Jupiter, Florida when they spawned in September 2012. Credit: TNS Credit: TNS “Goliath is a recovering stock, becoming more abundant in parts of Florida, particularly on artificial reefs,” panel staff wrote in their recommendation. This is an argument disputed by those …

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3 stories you might have missed

A new study could reveal why sharks are so good with directions. The story: Migrating across vast expanses of sea, many species of sharks return to the same ocean area each year in search of food or companions. But unlike humans, sharks don’t need a GPS to guide the way …

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New Maryland Outdoor Recreation Ambassadors Named

Two nonprofits and two private companies have been named Maryland Outdoor Recreation Ambassadors, recognized for their efforts to promote and expand access to outdoor recreation opportunities in the state. Governor Larry Hogan, Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz and Maryland Natural Resources Secretary Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio appointed the ambassadors during tours of …

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