Treasure Coast Fishing Report: Jan. 21 – TCPalm

Treasure Coast Fishing Report: Jan. 21
Kelly Alonso of Native Tackle Supply in Sebastian reported a mixed bag of fishing in the inlet during the warm temperatures. Catches have included redfish, tarpon, snook, pompano, bluefish, jacks and sharks. The best chance to catch a red, snook or ...

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Captain Favorite’s Fishing Forum: Jan. 21, 2013 – the Bradenton Times

Captain Favorite's Fishing Forum: Jan. 21, 2013
The Bradenton Times
BRADENTON – Take a moonlit bike ride in Myakka State Park or spend the weekend at the Goodland Fla. mullet festival. Capt. Rick Grassett reccommends searching for reds on shallow flats on sunny afternoons and trout, Spanish mackerel, blues, pompano ...

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ODFW Photography Contest Highlights Fishing, Hunting – Lebanon Express

ODFW photography contest highlights fishing, hunting
Lebanon Express
“We're trying to make more people aware of Oregon's tremendous hunting and fishing opportunities as well as our ODFW Outdoors Facebook page,” said Chris Willard, ODFW recruitment and retention coordinator. Photos can be submitted through the ODFW ...

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Georgia’s 2013 Fishing Regulations Now Out –

Georgia's 2013 Fishing Regulations Now Out
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) reported that anglers can now find the new 2013 Georgia Sport Fishing Regulations Guide online. It will also be available in print. “This guide is designed to help anglers ...

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Fishing the Midwest: How to Handle a Hot Bite While Ice Fishing – Mason City Globe Gazette

Fishing the Midwest: How to handle a hot bite while ice fishing
Mason City Globe Gazette
I was on a very interesting ice fishing trip recently. We caught a lot of perch and crappies and I was introduced to a couple of ice fishing concepts that really caught my attention. We were fishing in the Webster area of northeast South Dakota. There ...

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Stephen Hume: Idle No More Protests a Yell for Attention – Canada First Perspective

Stephen Hume: Idle No More protests a yell for attention
Canada First Perspective
First Nations were blockading roads and rail lines in Ontario and British Columbia.” Indeed, the Innu were camping outside a military base to protest ... Today we have similar conditions in many communities and not so long ago, developers were ...

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Work to Begin on $1B Repair of NYC Aqueduct Tunnel – Wall Street Journal

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Work to begin on $1B repair of NYC aqueduct tunnel
Wall Street Journal
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection says site preparation work will begin later this month for the 2.5-mile Rondout-West Branch Bypass Tunnel. The project will allow the DEP to repair leaks in the Delaware Aqueduct. The tunnel, a ...
Water-leak bypass work starts Feb. 1Times Herald-Record

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