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February 14, 2008

Ohio River Region

Lawrence and Scioto counties – At Greenup Dam, a few smaller saugers and saugeyes were being caught, although the bite was reported slow. Anglers fishing the dam are throwing everything from bucktails, swimbaits, jigs, and spoons without one producing better than another. The report hasn’t been any better from the Kentucky side of the river. […]

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ALEXANDRIA AREA Sunfish and crappies are being found on Lake Mary and Lake Reno in 12 to 15 feet. Reno also has kicked out a few walleyes during the evening hours in 15 to 20 feet. Look to Lake Ida with setlines and small minnows for walleyes in 30 to 35 feet. Christopherson’s Bait and

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Northern Lower

Ludington Area Ice is running up to 12 inches thick on most area lakes. Anglers are catching bluegills on Upper Hamlin Lake, and perch and walleyes are biting on Lower Hamlin. Perch and a few pike, including some up to 40 inches, are keeping anglers busy on Pere Marquette Lake. River fishing has been slow

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Northwest Region

Indian Lake (Logan County) – Anglers had been catching bluegills and crappies through the ice at Blackhawk and at Long Island on the east end of the lake, reports Cheryl Taylor at Lakeside Pro Bass Shop. Rain and warm temperatures had shut down the ice fishing as of Feb. 5, however. Lakeside Pro Bass Shop,

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Must farmland conservation pay for itself?

Mark Lindquist doesn’t have a crystal ball, but as the Minnesota DNR’s biofuels program manager, he looks to the future. As corn and other commodity prices soar in response to demand from ethanol distilleries, large-scale land conversion is under way across Minnesota’s agricultural region. Set-aside lands, such as grasslands enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve

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