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Week in photos 19-26 November 2021

Evie Claude, left, and Elle Claude decorate the Alan Claude Gallery Christmas tree on Wednesday at Johnson Hall in downtown Gardiner. The red and white stripes on the tree are said to resemble the West Quoddy Lighthouse in Lubec. Joe Phelan / Journal Kennebec Torin Maguire, 3, second from right, leads his family to the […]

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Thousand Lakes muskellunge breaks state record

The temperature was 18 degrees Monday night when Nolan Sprengeler and a few friends broke the ice at a public access on Thousand Lakes to drop Sprengeler’s 621 Ranger into the big lake. Sprengeler, along with Ostego’s Kevin Kray and Zimmerman’s Zack Skoglund, had already checked three more launches before deciding their only bet was […]

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Learn Fly Fishing at Penberthy Pond | Sports

Outdoor Adventures of Texas A&M hosted a Fly Fishing Clinic on Sunday November 21 at Penberthy Pond. Instructor Bonnie Boggiano taught the Basic Skills course as part of A&M Rec Sports, one of four outdoor programs offered throughout November. The clinic included the basics of how to set up and use a fly fishing rod, […]

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On the fly: find your magic

A local brown trout. Kara Moore / Courtesy Photo Fly fishing serves different people in different ways. For many, going out on the river and immersing yourself in nature is all one needs, using the time as a meditation and landing a fish is just a bonus. Others are addicted to the tugboat and will […]

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Baracuta and Jaguar present the next classic guide

Fish and chips, Lennon and McCartney, pie and mash, Baracuta and Jaguar. The former doesn’t quite come out of the tongue too, but it’s shaping up to be a partnership worthy of a place in the lineage of Britain’s perfect combos. With both brands dating back to the 1930s and defining their place in iconic […]

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FISHING FOR MENTAL HEALTH: Gone Fishing: Fly Fishing and Its Link to Men’s Mental Health

DENVER (KDVR) – Many outdoor enthusiasts enjoy fly fishing for the beauty of nature and its serenity. But it looks like the sport is reaching deeper waters than you might think. Jennings Hester knows her stuff when it comes to fly fishing – and more. Hester discovered that outdoor sport is more profitable than fish, […]

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Why men’s clothing is addicted to fishing style – Robb Report

Something is wrong with the world of men’s fashion. While outdoor-focused heritage brands like Orvis, Filson and LL Bean have outfitted anglers for generations, younger brands that are nominally more downtown than downstream have launched their line with inspired or explicitly inspired collections. designed for rod and reel. Examples of the premiere can be found […]

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The Ultimate Guide to an Alaska Vacation

If you are looking for the great outdoors, awe-inspiring scenery, and the chance to see some of the world’s most incredible wildlife, we recommend adding Alaska to your must-see list. Here’s everything you need to know about America’s greatest wilderness. Why Alaska? With its high mountain ranges, verdant rainforest, rolling tundra, bluish glaciers, and breathtaking […]

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Humans in Israel used modern fishing tools 12,000 years ago

Ancient humans in the Middle East used sophisticated fishing tools at least 12,000 years ago, research shows. Ancient fishing is difficult to study, as many of the materials used, such as plant fibers and wood, were perishable. However, one of the largest collections ever made of early fishing technologies allowed researchers to gain insight into […]

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Newton County Dogpatch Site to Become a Center of Nature, State Commission Says

JASPER – The abandoned Dogpatch USA theme park will become Marble Falls Nature Park, a project led by the founder of Bass Pro Shops, a state commission announced this week. Bob Ziehmer, senior director of conservation for Bass Pro Shops, presented the plan at Tuesday’s quarterly meeting of the Buffalo River Conservation Committee, held in […]

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Families living with Alzheimer’s disease see a bright future

The Davis family enjoys photographing their travels around the world. Carrie Davis is the daughter of Jim and Paula Davis. They call themselves the Three Musketeers because they have traveled almost every continent together. However, their wings were recently clipped after Jim was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. “What are your hobbies? Carrie asked her father. […]

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Peter Morse: Fly, throw and worry about erosion on Lake Wentworth Falls | Blue Mountain Gazette

Like many others, Leura’s fly fisherman Peter Morse’s business has closed during the extended COVID lockdown in NSW. Sixty students who were to receive fly fishing training along the east coast from June to August missed this opportunity. And a trip to Townsville he was planning – with students to teach along the way – […]

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Jonas Brothers, Westcott Street Cultural Fair, Sportsmen’s Days: 13 things to do at CNY

This coming weekend is the first of the fall. Besides starting to pick up leaves, watch fall foliage, high school football games, and apple picking, there are lots of fun things to do in central New York City. The Jonas Brothers perform at the Amp, Westcott Street Culture Fair, Sportsmen’s Days, Cazenovia Art Trail, and […]

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Opinions sought on land conservation, outdoor recreation | Guest column | The gallery

Do you believe that the land is essential to our quality of life? In this 150th anniversary year, a coalition of eleven outdoor recreation and land conservation nonprofits launched Elevate the Peak, a community vision initiative tasked with developing a plan for implemented over 10 years to guide current and future land conservation and recreation […]

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The stroller, Sept. 19, 2021: Events in the Alle-Kiski valley

Advertise your club meetings, community events and fundraisers for free in The Stroller. Send the information at least a week in advance to [email protected] Please include a daytime phone number. Tell us about your Halloween events The Valley News Dispatch is compiling a list of fall events and Halloween parades, parties and trick-or-treat parties that […]

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Edinburgh and Lothians Coarse Angling Club title race set to go on edge with trio in contention

John Perella is one point behind leader Tony Ball in the Summer Series. Photo: Tommy Lauriston The reigning champion is only one point behind his close rival and Roz Cassidy is in the middle of snapping third place ahead of this season’s popular summer series final game. The trio are considered the sole title contenders, […]

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Top 10 things to do at GWCT Scottish Game Fair 2021

A SPECTACULAR celebration of conservation and the countryside for over three decades, the GWCT Scottish Game Fair returns this year to Scone Palace in Perthshire from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th September. The three-day event typically attracts over 30,000 visitors and over 400 exhibitors, who come together to showcase some of the country’s best crafts […]

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Buhl Day festivities focus on children’s fun and safety | New

Amelia McCrary, five, grabbed her fishing rod on Saturday morning at the Buhl Park fishing derby, as her mother, Nerissa Hobson, recalled her own childhood experience with the derby. “I won for the bigger fish,” said the Sharon resident. Hobson was delighted to bring Amelia to the Children’s Fishing Tournament at Lake Julia in Hermitage […]

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Could saving the state tree help solve trout fishing problems? | Outside

AIRVILLE – Pennsylvania fishermen like Russ Collins are worried about trees. He lives in Palmyra, Lebanon County, and is Vice President of the South Central Region of Trout Unlimited. He wonders if a struggling tree species could ultimately endanger one of the country’s main fishing grounds, if not the world. He sees with his own […]

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Glendale Fire Chief reflects 20 years after serving at Ground Zero

Alex Morales took these photographs during his time helping in Lower Manhattan 20 years ago in September. Alex Morales took these photographs during his time helping in Lower Manhattan 20 years ago in September. Alex Morales took these photographs during his time helping in Lower Manhattan 20 years ago in September. Alex Morales took these […]

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Thom Wells obtains SSI Platinum Pro 5000 recognition

Thom Wells has been a member instructor of the Professional Association of Diving Instructors for 30 years PADI member Thom Wells has received Platinum Pro 5000 instructor status courtesy of Scuba Schools International. TUCSON, ARIZONA, USA, Aug 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Thom Wells has been a 30-year member instructor of the Professional Association of Dive […]

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Fish Tales: How Can Anglers Help Save Montana’s Ailing Trout? | Local News

Eddie olwell Courtesy photo EDDIE OLWELL Fish Eddie O In this summer of unprecedented drought, fire and heat, we are seeing firsthand the social and economic impacts of global warming. Two of Montana’s industries that depend on abundant drinking water, fly fishing and agriculture are particularly affected. Pastoralists are struggling with a shortage of hay, […]

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Congratulations: Community Supports Growing Tennis Program | South Lake Tahoe

View full picture Duane Catania and granddaughter Evelyn Cantania compete in the 2021 Tahoe Classic View full picture Mixed Doubles at Sunset at 2021 Lake Tahoe Tennis Classic After missing last year’s tennis tournament, 234 people returned for the 37th annual Hersh Herschman Memorial Tahoe Classic at Zephyr Cove Park last weekend. The annual four-day […]

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Police Investigate Approximately $ 3,000 In Damage From Edson Fichter Pond Vandalism | Local

POCATELLO – Local police are asking the public for help in identifying individuals suspected of vandalizing the Edson Fichter Pond and Natural Area over the past week. Damage estimated at $ 3,000 from spray-painted trails, wooden decks and Portneuf Greenway signs and a broken fence were reported to Pocatello police on the morning of July […]

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Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation offers family program for veterans

BELGRADE – The Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation has developed a pilot program, focusing on families and fly fishing. Founded in 2007, Warriors and Quiet Waters is dedicated to reintegrating and reconnecting post 9/11 ex-combatants with their community and nature. Eric Hastings, the founder, served in the Vietnam War and discovered healing performed by throwing […]

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Flat tires on more than a dozen vehicles parked on the Madison River | Crime and courts

More than a dozen vehicles had their tires flat last Wednesday at river access points along the upper Madison River, according to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office. The tires of 15 vehicles were slashed while parked by the riverside on the morning of July 14, Madison County Sheriff Phil Fortner said. None of the vandalized […]

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Group helps Vietnam veteran make his last wish come true: one last fish | New

(WYFF / NBC News) – Spartanburg, SC, based Last Veteran Patrol recently collaborated with the mainstays of fly fishing in North Carolina Davidson River Outfitters make a veteran’s last wish come true: catch one last trout. Robert J. Houk has Parkinson’s disease and recently had heart surgery. Doctors told him in April that he would […]

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Denver restaurateur Patrick Mangold-White killed in crash on fishing trip

^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Denver’s independent voice and help keep Westword’s future free. Denver restaurateur Patrick Mangold-White, 53, died on July 7 after to be hit by a tree on a fishing trip near Philipsburg, Montana. Mangold-White was known for his big personality and even bigger heart. Owner of Kaos Pizzeria, Uno […]

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Bishop’s Lodge, Auberge Resorts Collections opens on 317 pristine acres in Santa Fe – Hospitality Net

Bordering 1.5 million acres of Santa Fe National Forest, Bishop’s Lodge, Auberge Resorts Collection opens its doors and begins welcoming guests today, just minutes from the historic town plaza. Dating back to the 1860s, when the first Archbishop of Santa Fe built a chapel and pavilion on the property, the resort pays homage to the […]

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Millions of mayflies have started to swarm along the Susquehanna River

The Columbia Borough Police Department turned off streetlights at the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge between Lancaster and York counties on the Susquehanna River, signaling an almost official nod at the start of the whitefly outbreak. world famous river. Mayflies emerge by the millions to mate and tend to swarm with light sources. The time of emergence begins […]

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Fishing report: Tawny owl restrictions enacted on several rivers | Outside

Holter tank – Some rainbows are captured at the lower end of the tank. Trolling with bait or silver cowbells and alliances with caterpillars worked. Anglers pick up an occasional rainbow by throwing spoons or spinners or using caterpillars on a floating jig, however, most rainbows have moved away from the shores with the temperatures […]

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Without plan

“They don’t generate, so we can go up the river,” my wife said. “If they start generating, we’ll float right into the dock.” Makes sense to me. We had woken up with no other plan but to fish and enjoy the ease of the Little Red River. One of our annual traditions after graduation is […]

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Rains impacting fishing

GREAT RAPIDS – Recent rainy weather is likely to have an impact on fishing. Fishing in Mecosta County “was pretty good before we had all this rain,” said Tanner Havens of Frank’s Sporting Goods. “It’s going to kind of slow him down and blow everything up. It’s starting to take. They get a few (shit) […]

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Fishing Reels Market Size and Growth Opportunities with COVID19 Impact Analysis

Sample download request Need for customization Price and purchase options Fishing Reels Market Size and Forecast 2021-2028 by Verified Market Research specializes in market strategy, market direction, expert opinions and in-depth knowledge of the global market. The report is a combination of critical information including the competitive landscape; global, regional and country-specific market size; Market […]

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Business Intel: Fly Fishing Store, Guide Service Opens in Salem | Local company

Carter Fishing Company in Salem offers clothing, fishing rods, reels – “everything you would need to get ready and go fishing,” said Jeremy Carter. Carter Fishing Company in Salem offers popular brands such as Simms Fishing and Patagonia. Carter Fishing Company, a fly shop and guide service, opened this month in Salem. A new full-service […]

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Energy effort: funding program arrives in Mesa County

Phil’s Castle, Business time Tracy phillips Tracy Phillips has high hopes for a program to finance renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Mesa County. “It’s fantastic that Mesa County is among the participants,” said Phillips, director of the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program in Colorado. Mesa County commissioners voted in April to […]

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Don’t Give Up: An Entrepreneur’s Journey to Success in Building Affordable Green Buildings

Arlan Collins is co-founder of CollinsWoerman and Sustainable Living Innovations. (Photo SLI) Arlan Collins figured that once his company designed and developed revolutionary technology to erect economical, attractive and highly environmentally friendly commercial buildings, their product would be easy to sell. After all, he and his partner, Mark Woerman, had successfully led architectural firm in […]

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Sportsman of today: Bob Clouser, creator of Clouser Minnow, makes a virtual visit to the PVFF club | Travel and outdoors

The famous Bob Clouser, creator of the famous Clouser Minnow fly design, was the guest speaker at the May meeting of the Potomac Valley fly fishermen. The Clouser Minnow fly model is known around the world and has caught more varieties of fish than any other fly in both freshwater and saltwater. The meeting was […]

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Scott Rowen | Obituaries

Scott Rowen passed away on May 31, 2021, after a long illness with Alzheimer’s disease. Scott was born September 4, 1950 in Portland, Oregon, to Dr. Gerald and Mary Helen Rowen. He grew up in Miles City, Montana, and graduated from Custer County High School in 1968. Scott was appointed to West Point Military Academy, […]