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PRESTON — A year after the idea first emerged, the National Trout Learning Center in Preston is making progress. The center will open in its temporary site May 15 at 120 St. Anthony St. in downtown Preston during the city’s Trout Days celebration. When Preston Economic Development Authority director Cathy Enerson began researching ways to [...]

News item No: 2087
Date:
28 Apr 2010
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Rockfish don’t command the attention like some other saltwater species do. Halibut and lingcod, and salmon, of course, are undoubtedly among any recreational angler’s fish of choice. But their dwindling numbers have left state and federal officials with difficult decisions to make, and has set Washington state on a new course in the way it [...]

News item No: 2083
Date:
28 Apr 2010
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The recreational and commercial harvest of shallow-water groupers (including gag, black grouper, red grouper, scamp, red hind, rock hind, coney, graysby, yellowfin grouper, yellowmouth grouper and tiger grouper) will reopen on May 1 in all Atlantic Ocean and Monroe County waters. The harvest of these groupers has been closed since Jan. 1 to address overfishing [...]

News item No: 2078
Date:
28 Apr 2010
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A popular and recently discovered sturgeon-fishing hotspot at Rooster Rock State Park will close to all fishing Thursday. The area, a slough between the Oregon shoreline at the park and Sand Island, has historically been a largely unknown early spring gathering place for sturgeon moving out of the nearby Columbia River for reasons biologists say [...]

News item No: 2075
Date:
27 Apr 2010
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In 1996, the Boeing Bass Club decided to hold a charity fishing tournament. The only question was what charity to benefit. “My wife at the time had just started volunteering for hospice and she convinced us that should be our charity,” said Scott Reid, organizer of the event. The services for terminally-ill patients the tournament [...]

News item No: 2072
Date:
27 Apr 2010
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Northern Territory Police spent the night searching for an overdue fishing group, only to find them enjoying a drink at a Darwin pub. Duty Superintendent John Ginnane says the group told family members they planned to return from Bynoe Harbour yesterday afternoon, but when they failed to show, concerns were raised. “So frantic family members [...]

News item No: 2069
Date:
27 Apr 2010
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(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The National Fish Habitat Action Plan (www.fishhabitat.org) has unveiled the 2010 10 “Waters to Watch” list, a collection of rivers, streams, lakes and watershed systems that will benefit from strategic conservation efforts to protect, restore or enhance their current condition. These waters represent a snapshot of current conservation efforts that the Action [...]

News item No: 2066
Date:
27 Apr 2010
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POŽAREVAC — Police in the eastern town of Požarevac have a suspect under arrest today, who they believe shot a man in the leg. The suspect, identified as 69-year-old Živorad M., on Sunday afternoon headed to the bank of the Danube to fish, to find 55-year-old Radovan M. there. After a brief argument over a [...]

News item No: 2063
Date:
26 Apr 2010
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On April 17, 2010 the Tarleton State University Bass Fishing Team took the Stephenville Foster Home children fishing. The annual event was derived and headed by Lance Robinson. Adam Carrillo, of “Super C Lake” and “Home of Labor Day at the lake Texas Music festival BBQ cook off and bull riding,” was kind enough to [...]

News item No: 2060
Date:
23 Apr 2010
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Governor Chet Culver signed a bill today at the Izaak Walton League in Des Moines that will set up a vote this fall on a measure to create a constitutionally protected fund dedicated to natural resources projects. State Representative Paul Bell, a Democrat from Newton, says a lot of people worked over the past four [...]

News item No: 2057
Date:
23 Apr 2010
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