Alexander Introduces Legislation Against Corps Fishing Limit –

Alexander Introduces Legislation Against Corps Fishing Limit
Lamar Alexander announced Thursday that he will introduce legislation next week to delay an Army Corps of Engineers plan to limit fishing along the Cumberland River in Nashville. Alexander was joined by members of the community and representatives of ...
Alexander to speak against Corps fishing limitsClarksville Leaf Chronicle
Lamar Alexander to file legislation to keep fishing access near damsThe Tennessean
Anglers voice outrage about Army Corps' plans to restrict fishing on ...The Republic

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UW-Green Bay Announces Academic Honors – UWGB

UW-Green Bay announces academic honors
Oneida — Kristi Higgins, Minocqua; Lindsy Cook, Jessica Hunter, Alexandra Keso, Dayna Vieaux, and Amanda Young, Rhinelander; and Cathy Peterson, Woodruff. ... Sheboygan — Alicia DeBlaey, Cedar Grove; Ana Turba, Elkhart Lake; Shannon Buhler ...

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Coast Guard Escorting Leaking Fishing Vessel to New Bedford – Boston Globe

Coast Guard escorting leaking fishing vessel to New Bedford
Boston Globe
An 80-foot New Bedford fishing boat with a five-man crew is steaming back to its home port this morning after staving off a leak Wednesday night with the help of three pumps dropped off by the Coast Guard, a Coast Guard spokesman said. The Megan-Marie ...
Fishing boat taking on water off NantucketWCVB Boston

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UA Surveys Skills Needed for Fishing Industry – Anchorage Daily News

UA surveys skills needed for fishing industry
Anchorage Daily News
KODIAK, Alaska — The University of Alaska wants to know what skills young people will need for jobs connected to commercial fishing. The university is surveying people in the industry and asking what skills the next generation should learn while in ...

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Fishing Report: Muskegon-Area Anglers, Proceed With Caution on Ice – Muskegon Chronicle –

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Fishing report: Muskegon-area anglers, proceed with caution on ice
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Some anglers have been out on area lakes, catching some fish. However, the report of a fisherman falling through the ice Monday, Feb. 18, on Muskegon Lake and the recommendations of some in the local fishing industry should give anyone pause before ...
Ice fishing event canceledCoeur d'Alene Press
Caution still necessary for all ice fishing activitiesThe Macomb Daily
Thaw melts plans for Hauser Lake ice fishing eventThe Spokesman Review (blog)
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Preparing for a Warmer, Drier Sudbury –
Preparing for a warmer, drier Sudbury
“Data published by the Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (found) Greater Sudbury's climate has gotten warmer and wetter, with warmer and slightly drier summers and warmer and wetter winters, in the last 50 or so years,” the ...

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Fishing Report for Feb. 21-27 – Reno Gazette Journal

Fishing report for Feb. 21-27
Reno Gazette Journal
FRENCHMAN LAKE:The lake is at 62 percent capacity. Ice fishing is going very well at Frenchman and Davis. Nice 14- to 16-inch trout are coming out of Frenchman, and reports of up to 2-pound trout being caught at Lake Davis. The dam is the place to go ...
It's time to go fishing againPlumas County Newspapers

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