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Shad fishing tournament kaput, unlikely to return

In Fishing | on January, 31, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Shad fishing tournament kaput, unlikely to returnNews from Allentown Morning Call: Much like its once-plentiful namesake fish, the Forks of the Delaware Shad Fishing Tournament has dwindled to a shadow of its former self. While tournament officials have talked about canceling the long-running event, this year, it’s serious. The 32nd year of the shad tournament […]

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Virginia considers lifting Sunday hunting ban as suburban priorities grow stronger

In Hunting | on January, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Virginia considers lifting Sunday hunting ban as suburban priorities grow strongerNews from Washington Post: RICHMOND — Thomas C. Wright Jr. and his family ran a small-town grocery store in Victoria, Va., for 40 years. He didn’t like it when the law changed to allow beer sales on Sundays, though he went along with it. Now, […]

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California bans fishing in several rivers in midst of drought

In Fishing | on January, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

California bans fishing in several rivers in midst of droughtNews from Los Angeles Times: California is in its third straight year of drought conditions. Reservoirs throughout the state have low water levels. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images / January 28, 2014) By Shan Li January 29, 2014, 4:57 p.m. California wildlife officials have banned fishing […]

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Fat tire biking is a growing trend in winter months

In Biking | on January, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Fat tire biking is a growing trend in winter monthsNews from Greenville Daily News: George Raimer of Saranac, right, and George Trowbridge of Belding, left, bike over an old railway trestle on the undeveloped Fred Meijer Flat River Valley Rail Trail east of Smyrna on fat tire bikes last Friday afternoon. — Daily News/Cory Smith With […]

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How Ice Fishing Suddenly Got Hot

In Fishing | on January, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

How Ice Fishing Suddenly Got HotNews from ABC News: Who likes ice? Ice fishermen. With much of the U.S. frozen over, and with ice forming in places it hasn’t formed for years (if ever), ice fishermen are in heaven. That’s translating into brisk business for merchants like Russ Francisco, owner of Marine General Supply in […]

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Beer, Brats and Fishing for the Biggest Catch

In Fishing | on January, 28, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Beer, Brats and Fishing for the Biggest CatchNews from NBCNews.com: >>> finally here tonight, one more note about our cold winter , and a very important reminder that it is only bad news if it is unwelcome in your life. based on the theory that anybody can throw a hook in the water and try […]

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Montana bull hauler goes mountain climbing for Truckers Against Trafficking

In Climbing | on January, 26, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Montana bull hauler goes mountain climbing for Truckers Against TraffickingNews from Overdrive Magazine: Owner-operator Matt Hopkins Matt Hopkins, an owner-operator based in Dillon, Mont., has always tried to live life with a side of adrenaline. From racing in motocross and skateboarding as a kid to participating in rodeos as he got older, he has always […]

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Fat tire biking: Fun year-round in snow or sand at Northern Michigan resorts

In Biking | on January, 26, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Fat tire biking: Fun year-round in snow or sand at Northern Michigan resortsNews from MLive.com: Heading to a ski resort but not really a downhiller? Well, you don’t have to be left out in the cold: There’s a new sport that’s growing across the state, and a couple of ski resorts are joining the fun. […]

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Livermore to consider ban on urban camping

In Camping | on January, 25, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Livermore to consider ban on urban campingNews from Contra Costa Times: LIVERMORE — Livermore would effectively ban homeless encampments with passage of a proposed ordinance aimed at restricting overnight camping. The Livermore City Council will consider introducing the ordinance at its Monday meeting. The ordinance would ban tents and makeshift shelters on public property, or […]

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Thousands drop lines at Crystal Lake Ice Fishing Derby

In Fishing | on January, 25, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Thousands drop lines at Crystal Lake Ice Fishing DerbyNews from WMTW Portland: The Crystal Lake Ice Fishing Derby got underway Saturday in Gray. Video: Click here to watch the report The ice fishing derby raises thousands of dollars for charity. “The main charity is the USO, and then we also have the Gray-New Gloucester Patriot […]

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