Thousand Islands Fishing Report - February 7th, 2013
St. Lawrence River
Most anglers were targeting northern pike and perch. Ice conditions were okay, but not as good as in a typical year.
Anglers are out there, with crappie providing the most action at last check.
Cecil the lion, Walter Palmer, and emotions gone wild
The outcry and disturbing rush to judgement over an African big game hunting story exposes the sorry, dysfunctional state of public discourse in the 21st century digital world.
The short supply of .22 caliber ammo might finally be ending
A recent purchase and communication with other shooters indicates that the .22 ammo shortage is easing
Plotting your strategy
Inner-woods food plots can pay hunting dividends
The 'Robin Hood' shot - great shooting or just dumb luck?
While shooting my bow in the backyard recently, I knocked one item off of my bucket list: shooting a "Robin Hood".
It’s July… so fall migration has begun!
Though lots of birding opportunities remain, small shorebirds start migrating in mid-summer, and egrets and swallows already have begun staging for their journey south.
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