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Connecticut’s Ice Fishing Hot Spots

In Fishing | on January, 31, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Connecticut’s Ice Fishing Hot SpotsNews from Yahoo! Sports: Attention all you anglers who prefer to fish on ice, Connecticut’s waters are calling. Grab your gear, set the GPS, and start dreaming of catching fish the length of your arm. Ice fishing.httpmorguefile.com Here’s a bit more information to help you plan your trip: Licenses There are […]

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Camping in a winter wonderland

In Camping | on January, 31, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Camping in a winter wonderlandNews from Northwest Herald: CRYSTAL LAKE – Some insist that Illinois has four seasons for camping. These hearty trailblazers don’t put away their tents and sleeping bags when fall ends. They insist that winter is one of best times to sleep outside under the stars. “There is a certain beauty and […]

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Bike & Ped funding under threat…again

In Biking | on January, 30, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Bike & Ped funding under threat…againNews from Tucson Velo: Bike & Ped funding under threat…again Once again bicycle and pedestrian funding is under threat from federal legislators. Here’s an excerpt from the League of American Bicyclists post about the latest threat. For the past 20 years, the federal Transportation program has included dedicated funding for biking and walking. […]

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More 400 enter fishing tourney, only 1 catch made

In Fishing | on January, 30, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

More 400 enter fishing tourney, only 1 catch madeNews from Chicago Tribune: Associated Press 8:50 a.m. CST, January 30, 2012 ESCANABA, Mich.— Participants in a Michigan charity ice fishing tournament brought home a different kind of fish tale. The Daily Press of Escanaba reports (http://bit.ly/w28jVm) only one fish was caught by the more than 400 […]

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NY Mets righthander RA Dickey ready to turn thoughts to baseball, after …

In Climbing | on January, 30, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

NY Mets righthander RA Dickey ready to turn thoughts to baseball, after …News from New York Daily News: Sipkin, Corey, New York Daily Ne/New York Daily News After adventurous offseason, Mets’ R.A. Dickey is planning to turn attention back to pitching. Mountain climber, author and film star. In the past year, R.A. Dickey has done […]

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Alabama deer hunting season ending, but 5 species still legal to hunt until …

In Hunting | on January, 29, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Alabama deer hunting season ending, but 5 species still legal to hunt until …News from The Birmingham News – al.com: Deer season in Alabama is over on Tuesday, but squirrels are still fair game — along with opossums, quail, rabbit and raccoon. (Alan Clemons) Tuesday will mark the end of the 2011-2012 Alabama deer hunting […]

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Park Service enforcing camping ban against Occupy

In Camping | on January, 29, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Park Service enforcing camping ban against OccupyNews from Washington Examiner: The National Park Service will begin enforcing a camping ban against Occupy DC protesters in McPherson Square and Freedom Plaza Monday, but it’s still not clear what that could mean for the demonstrators who have been camped there since October. A Park Service notice posted […]

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Fort Smith boat show full of outdoor gear, activities

In Outdoor Gear | on January, 29, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Fort Smith boat show full of outdoor gear, activitiesNews from The City Wire: story and photos by Joel Rafkinjrafkin@thecitywire.com The 40th Annual Fort Smith Boat and Outdoor Show is underway at the Phoenix Expo Trade & Event Center. About 46 vendors of marine and outdoor gear are exhibiting alongside the four local marine dealers — […]

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Fish report: Ice iffy because of temperature changes, DNR says

In Fishing | on January, 29, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Fish report: Ice iffy because of temperature changes, DNR saysNews from Battle Creek Enquirer: LANSING — Those fishing in the southern reaches of the state need to use caution especially with the fluctuation in temperatures, according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Some of the more protected lakes had ice but the warm-up and […]

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Deep-sea fish recordings reveal grunts and quacks

In Fishing | on January, 27, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Deep-sea fish recordings reveal grunts and quacksNews from msnbc.com: Ecologists may have captured the first deep-sea fish sounds, hidden among the sounds of dolphins and humpback, fin and pilot whales, they report in a new study. More than 50 years ago, researchers hypothesized that sound production in deep-sea fish is common, based on the fact […]

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