The Good American Outdoors Act

In his most recent piece over at Hatch Magazine, Chad Shmukler echoes some of the same sentiments and concerns I shared a few weeks ago about the Great American Outdoors Act. Mainly, Shmukler argues that funding conservation with money generated from oil and gas development on federal land is a “deal with the devil.” While I don’t […]

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Defense of Mass-tication – Fishing Britain episode 38

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Fiiish Power Tail

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Fresh Caught Fish Cooking Preparation

Fresh Caught Fish Cooking Preparation To preserve the fragile taste of a freshly captured freshwater or deep sea fish, this should be managed appropriately to stay clear of putridity. There are means to correctly prepare as well as preserve the high quality simply after the catch of the fish right into a luxurious fishmeal. 1) […]

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Tips on Fly Fishing

Tips on Fly Fishing There are countless live-bait fishermens, that are superb athletes, yet the fly angler can exercise far better preservation from the get go. Essentially, fly angling is not just one of the fastest expanding sporting activities; it is among the leading types of saving natural deposits in addition to supplying marine leisure. […]

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British zander record survives by the skin of its teeth

KIERAN ROCHE came within 2 oz of making history with this 21 lb 3 oz monster. Kieran’s giant was so close to the British zander record. The 29-year-old nudged the British zander record when he tempted the fish from the River Severn on a white shad lure. Coventry, West Midlands-based Kieran, who works for Jaguar […]

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Lockdown latest round-up: British venues begin to reopen and tackle shops prepare for June 15

LOCKDOWN measures have been modified – and it was the positive news so many have been waiting for. In England only, Wednesday, May 13 signalled the start of people being  allowed to take unlimited exercise outdoors. People in England were able to enjoy parks and public spaces without having to exercise. Angling got the green […]

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Covid-19 prevents help after new angling venue’s fish kill

A FISHERY boss has been left to resolve a major fish death himself after the Environment Agency refused to visit due to coronavirus. Some of the dead fish at Dyehouse Ponds. Distraught Robert Rogerson was hoping to open his new Dyehouse Ponds, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, at the start of April. The Covid-19 pandemic and […]

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Record crucian carp charge on pause due to virus

WHEN the lockdown rules are relaxed in the UK, could the crucian record be the first one to be beaten? Scott Poulter displays his 4 lb 3 oz crucian from Johnsons Lake. Scott Poulter bagged this giant 4 lb 3 oz crucian carp from Johnsons Lake just before the country went into lockdown mode, and […]

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Worker who raised alarm before deadly New Orleans hotel collapse to be deported

Honduran Delmer Joel Ramrez Palma, who has lived in New Orleans for 18 years, warned supervisors of safety concerns A construction worker who attempted to warn managers about building dangers and was seriously injured in last month’s deadly Hard Rock Hotel collapse in New Orleans, will be deported on Monday, his lawyers said this week. […]

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