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  • August 26, 2009

    Flying Fish-4


    In the late summer months, it’s not unusual when motoring along the banks of Lake Erie in northern Ohio to have some pretty substantial flying objects go splat! on your windshield: like junebugs, dragonflies and the occasional hard-hitting bumblebee. 

    An 8-pound fish, though? Well, that’s somewhat unusual. 

    Messy, too.

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  • August 20, 2009

    Carp Smackdown-7


    You may have heard or read about the invasive species of Asian carp that has spread northward, up the Mississippi River and into its tributaries in recent years. Not only does the fish grow quickly and grow large, but it has the unusual propensity for leaping high into the air when rousted by the sound of a passing outboard motor.

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  • August 13, 2009

    It's Going To Pot-21



    As hunters prepare to head to the backcountry for early season big game scouting, authorities in an increasing number of popular hunting locales are warning sportsmen about the likelihood for confrontations with armed and ruthless marijuana growers on public lands.

    It’s a disturbing sign of our times, but more and more hunters in virtually every region of rural American may potentially stumble upon clandestine drug-making and marijuana-growing operations these days.

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  • August 8, 2009

    Beer-Inspired Gardener Discovers Deer Repellent-4


    Have you tried everything from soap shavings to coyote urine to keep hungry deer out of your vegetable garden and flowerbeds?

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  • August 6, 2009

    Fishing More Popular Than Golf-2


    The American Sportfishing Association recently released its “Sportfishing in America” report for freshwater and saltwater angling, indicating that anglers annually generate $45 billion in retail sales. 

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  • August 5, 2009

    Pizza Parlor’s Hunting & Shooting Arcade Games Too Violent?-9


    In a 3-3 vote last week, the Amherst (NY) Town Board denied the renewal of a arcade game license for a Chuck E. Cheese pizza and game parlor because some board members felt its shooting and hunting video games were inappropriate for young children.

    Does someone smell a rat?

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  • August 4, 2009

    Revolutionary: NYC Flintlock Owner Snubs Bloomberg-7


    Brooklyn, NY social worker Michael Littlejohn is an avowed history buff and a self-proclaimed student of the Revolutionary War who’s taken part in battle re-enactments in Virginia and Georgia as an adult.

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