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Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Friday, July 12th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

May 17, 2011

This Blog Smells

This week we’ll tell readers about one state’s cash incentive for fishermen that–at least for us–never passed the smell test; and about a rambunctious Lab-mix that digested–and deposited–$800 in cash. Fisherman Fingered in Fish Head Fraud Here at the Outdoor News, it’s hard for us to fathom that someone didn’t predict the following story was […]

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Litter in our outdoors: not just an Illinois problem

While scanning the Outdoor News web site, I stumbled onto fellow Blogger and Ohio Outdoor News Columnist, Steve Pollick. Mr. Pollick’s story titled, “Some so-called ‘sportsmen’ are trash- tossin lowlifes” instantly caught my attention. In Steve’s blog, he most certainly documents a valid point. Mr. Pollick just “tells it how it is” in this article

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Washington: Free fishing classes for novice adult anglers offered in Spokane on June 11

Want to learn to fish but don’t know how to get started? Spokane-area adults who want to try their hand at lake fishing have an opportunity to pick up pointers from experienced anglers during a free session Saturday, June 11. The “Fishing 101” class coincides with Free Fishing Weekend June 11 and 12-the only time

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Youth Fishing Events Scheduled Throughout Tennessee

There are numerous youth fishing events scheduled throughout Tennessee this spring. Interested persons can click here for scheduled events. The 2011 Free Fishing Day in Tennessee is Saturday, June 11, when anyone in the state may fish free without a license in Tennessee’s public waters. There are several events scheduled specifically for that day, but

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Long-term, Wildfires have Positive Impacts for Wildlife

Pondering short- and long-term affects of recent wildfires in Texas Despite the hardship endured by those closest to the recent wildfires, time will eventually illustrate the positive ecological role that fire plays. The scarring left by wildfires that consumed more than a million and a half acres in Texas so far this year will continue

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