Tag Archives: hunting fishing

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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Minnesota conservation officers are trying to keep pace with more field demands

From Warroad to Windom, reports from Minnesota conservation officers this time of year are a comprehensive sheet of recreational law enforcement around popular mass activities, such as snowmobiling and ice fishing. Last week, a group of officers working in the Bemidji area met with a local club of about 500 …

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Attention a necessity when ice fishing

Ice fishermen finally had a winter that was cold enough for long enough that they could have a season. There has been much success over the past month by those who brave the cold and venture onto frozen water. The ponds, inland lakes, and harbors of Lake Erie produced huge …

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Idaho Fish & Game and Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation Cut Ribbon for New Headquarters in Boise | Idaho

BOISE – On January 26, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game and the Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation celebrated the grand opening of their new headquarters in Boise. The building is located at 600 S. Walnut Street. At the open-air dedication ceremony, staff members were joined by the seven …

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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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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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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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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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Cherokees move forward on hunt, fishing plan without new state pact | State and region news

In a Nov. 30 letter to Hoskin, Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell, Stitt’s secretary of tourism, wildlife and heritage, said under current agreements the tribe has been offered hunting licenses. and fishing at greatly reduced rates compared to those that are not. members of the tribe. The state offered the tribe …

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Obituary of Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano

Jérôme (Jerry) Anthony Solano Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano, 74, passed away on December 9, 2021, surrounded by his beloved wife and children. He was born in Ault, Colorado, to Fred and Lillian Solano and raised by his grandmother, Mollie Trujillo. At the age of 10, he was welcomed into the …

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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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Legal attacks Extension of hunting and access to fishing in shelters

An environmental group sued the US Fish and Wildlife Service over its proposal to expand hunting and fishing opportunities at federal wildlife sanctuaries across the country. The lawsuit, which was filed by the Center for Biological Diversity on November 29, centers on the Trump administration’s 2020 decision to increase access …

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Nevada game wardens investigate poaching and enforce boating laws

Being a game ranger in Nevada is a lonely job, but Sean Flynn is used to being alone. In the fall and winter, Flynn drives for hours in rural Nevada investigating poaching, with only audiobooks to keep him company. Sometimes he camps alone on weekends near remote hunting grounds to …

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Tasty crappie – rhymes with “poppy”

Wilson County News audio articles made possible by C Street Gift Shop and Boutique, located in downtown Floresville Granger Lake Crappie and White Bass guide Tommy Tidwell (left) helps his brother, Terry, organize a short shit-catching afternoon. Many consider poop to be the best freshwater fish in America. They typically …

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Hunting, festive fishing on Saturday September 24

The privilege of hunting and fishing brings so much pleasure to people who love the great outdoors, whether in forests or on lakes, streams or oceans. Forty-eight years ago, the Nixon administration and Congress created National Hunt and Fish Day to recognize generations of hunters and fishermen for the time …

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Park Rapids nonprofit guides vets to the great outdoors

The grant from the Minnesota Veterans 4 Veterans Trust Fund (V4V), another nonprofit, will support programs that allow local veterans to hunt, fish, garden, hunt mushrooms, dog sled, ride horses and Moreover. MFO was founded circa 2018 by Sam Carlson, a retired MNR Park Rapids conservation officer. V4V President Dean …

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Get me back fishing for summer 2021

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT / KSVT) – Tomorrow in Idaho is Free Fishing Day, a chance to get out there and experience the fun of fishing without the need for a license. But there are other ways Idaho Fish and Game provides free opportunities to fish with their Take Me …

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Richard “Rick” Lee Cunningham | Obituary

Richard “Rick” Lee Cunningham of Yakima joined the stars in the sky on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. His tenacity and strength have never wavered during his long battle with cancer. Rick was born in The Dalles, Oregon in 1943, the eldest son of Leo and Ruth Cunningham. The loss of …

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Cool Father’s Day Gifts for Outdoor Lovers

Most outdoor enthusiasts are gear junkies and we love to get new gear to take with us on our adventures. Useful gear is some of the best Father’s Day gifts for outdoor enthusiasts, but finding gifts for dads who love the outdoors can be difficult, especially if you don’t know …

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“You don’t need a man to hold your hand.”

Local hunter and former guide Andraya Grangroth does some target practice after an early morning turkey hunt south of New Castle.Chelsea Self / Independent Post With her bow resting evenly on her shoulders, Andraya Grangroth quickly climbed a steep, sandy slope to the top of a hill outside of New …

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Leigh Perkins, who took Orvis beyond fly fishing, dies at 93

The man who transformed Vermont-based Orvis from a niche fly-fishing supply company into a global retailer of outdoor supplies, clothing and environmental protection has died. Leigh H. Perkins was 93 years old. The Sunderland-based company Orvis said Perkins died on May 7 in Monticello, Florida. The cause of death has …

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