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October 3, 2012

Improving my chances for venison this year

Getting ready for bow season?  Or, have you already taken your deer?  After meeting Zelenda Koch, perhaps I have a better chance of scoring on one this year. She’s currently working toward obtaining her Ph.D. in geosciences – sedimentology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  Zelenda has been all over the United States with her bow,

Fishing Report for Nevada October 3, 2012

LAKE MEAD – Anglers are finding lots of top-water action as stripers feed on gizzard and threadfin shad.  Success has come to anglers using a variety of techniques from trolling in the Boulder Basin to shore fishing in coves near Temple Bar. Striped bass are hitting on spinners, A/C plugs and shad jigs.  There have

Fishing Report for Oklahoma, October 3, 2012

CENTRAL Arcadia: September 30. Elevation below normal. Catfish good on punch bait at night on the flats. Report by Chance Whiteley, game warden stationed in Oklahoma County. Hefner: October 3. Elevation below normal, 66-72 degree and clear. White and hybrid bass good on grubs, spinners and lipless bait in 4-10 ft. of water at wading

At last, a mentored youth trout-fishing program!

The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission finally took the step I’ve been hoping the agency would take. During the board’s quarterly meeting in Pittsburgh on Oct. 2, the board approved a mentored youth program that essentially gives kids — those 16 and under, their own opening day of trout season. The concept is the same

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