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July 20, 2012

Little Armored One

In Spanish, that’s armadillo, the leathery-shell-covered mammal that is becoming more common in many parts of Missouri. Armadillos were known from several southwestern Missouri counties as early as the mid-1970s.  Their range has expanded now to the east and north, so that they can be found almost anywhere in Missouri. In recent years, the animals …

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Rolling the Dice

In hunting, fishing and the outdoors, there’s luck—and then, in some cases, there’s damned good luck. Here are some stories exhibiting the latter form retrieved from our Offbeat Outdoors archives for your reading pleasure. 7-7-7 Not Lucky For Tarpon Angler An avid Florida saltwater fly angler experienced a near miss with tragedy when he tumbled

Parks crack down on drugs, alcohol

State and local parks are not the places to unwind with drugs and alcohol on hot summer days. That’s the message officials are driving home, following nine recent arrests at Madison Lake State Park and Prairie Oaks Metro Park in Madison County. Jennifer E. Cockerham, 23, 2854 LaVista Dr., Columbus; Danyeal Saleh, 23, 5816 Parkside

Fishing Report for Northern Utah July 20, 2012

BEAR LAKE: (July 20) Cutthroat trout fishing remains good for anglers who have been trolling in depths of 30–60 feet along the west side of the lake. The cutthroat trout spawning season is over, and the fish are feeding now that they are back in the lake. The surface water temperature is about 66 degrees.

Fishing Report for Central Utah July 20, 2012

BURRASTON PONDS: (July 20) Anglers report fair fishing by using spinners or traditional baits. PowerBait is the most popular bait choice. These ponds are located between Mona and Nephi. CANYON VIEW PARK POND: (July 20) Fishing is slow to fair by using traditional baits and lures. Worms or PowerBait are the best baits to use

Fishing Report for Souther Utah July 20, 2012

BAKER RESERVOIR: (July 20) Fishing success has slowed down because of the warmer temperatures. Try fishing very early or very late in the day. BARKER RESERVOIRS (NORTH CREEK LAKES): (July 20) Anglers report fair to good fishing at Barker and Lower Barker reservoirs for stocked rainbows. Expect slow to fair fishing at the other lakes.

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