Friday, March 31st, 2023
Friday, March 31st, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

September 21, 2012

Where are the Dems on sportsmen's rights?

When it comes to hunter and angler issues, where stands the Democratic Party? I recently covered a political “sportsmen’s call,” a trapshoot event in Stark County, where U.S. Sen. John Thune (R., S. Dak.) was walking point for the GOP’s Romney/Ryan campaign. (A feature article on same is set for the Oct. 12 issue of

EHD confirmed in cattle herd

Perhaps not surprisingly, the state has taken note of the spread of epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD), a virus that commonly affects white-tailed deer. Only this time EHD was discovered in a Portage County cattle herd, officials with Ohio Department of Agriculture have confirmed. That being said, the state agricultural department stresses that EHD poses no

Only in Alaska

With good reason, our 50th state is known as “The Last Frontier.” And here are some examples of things that you’ll never see reported occurring in The Lower 48. Road-Killed Moose Delivered Fresh to Your Door Think of it like Dominos Delivery, only with road-killed moose instead of pepperoni pizza and extra cheese. For years,

Fishing Report for Southern Utah September 21, 2012

BAKER RESERVOIR: (September 21) ing is slow because of the warm temperatures. Try fishing very early or very late in the day. BARKER RESERVOIRS (NORTH CREEK LAKES): (September 21) Anglers report fair to good fishing for stocked rainbow trout at Barker and Lower Barker reservoirs, and slow to fair fishing at the other lakes. Fishing

Fishing Report for Southeastern Utah September 21, 2012

ABAJO MOUNTAINS: (September 21) Water levels are low and angler pressure is light. Fishing success has improved with the cooler fall temperatures. BENCHES POND: (September 21) The pond was stocked with a partial truckload of 10-inch rainbow trout on September 7. BOULGER RESERVOIR: (September 21) The last stocking occurred on September 7. Over 500 10-inch

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