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Apr 06,2007
NEWPORT, Ore. – Pacific halibut seasons will open May 1 in all-depth waters north of Cape Falcon and in nearshore waters (shoreward of the 40-fathom curve) off the Oregon central coast. The all-depth halibut fishery for Oregon’s central coast between Cape Falcon and Humbug Mountain will open May 10. “This year’s sport halibut quota is more than 260,000 pounds for Oregon,” said Don Bodenmiller, sport halibut project leader for ODFW. “That’s about a 3 percent ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
I just returned from what will probably be my last ice-fishing trip of the year.  There is still some ice-fishing available in some areas of the Midwest, but many anglers are now turning to the open water season that is here or fast approaching.  If you are done ice-fishing for the year, there are some things you should do to make sure your equipment is ready for next season.Let's take care of the auger first.  ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
SUNRIVER, Oregon -- Sunriver Resort will open Meadows golf course for the season on Saturday, April 7. Meadows features tremendous variety within its 18 holes, seven of which border the meandering Sunriver.  Acclaimed architect John Fought’s design pays tribute to the great American courses from the 1920s and 1930s with its aesthetic grace, while its dramatic use of directional and fore-bunkers serve up ample challenges for golfers of all skill levels.  About Meadows golf course: ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2007
Sea lions that gather near the mouth of the Rogue River will soon find that their lounging areas have been blocked off the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW) announced Monday. Approximately 350 feet of barrier will be put up on local mooring docks to discourage sea lions from frequenting the boat basin and Rogue River estuary. Curry Sportfishing Association, the primary sponsor of the project, will build the barrier.  Last year, Curry Sportfishing ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
If you're looking for one-stop shopping when it comes to river adventures that range from mild to wild, simply contact Adventure Gateway. This consortium of high-quality companies located throughout the United States makes it easy to book a complete paddling getaway ranging from a half-day to more than a week. Organized in 2002 and made up of 11 companies, Adventure Gateway provides a perfect portal to a wide range of paddling offerings on more than ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
In the Phillips family, handed down from father to son like a gold watch or a wall hanging reading "Home Sweet Home" was the 3-4 defense. It was Wade Phillips' legacy from his father, Bum. Bum, why, he used to say he didn't know about anything but cold beer and barbecued ribs, but he was just funnin'. Bum knew about many things, about where the road to the Super Bowl passed (through Pittsburgh), and that ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
CATALINA ISLAND, Calif. - The blood on John Duke's right knee, courtesy of a nasty trail fall, had long ago coagulated. A maroon scab already was forming. The diagonal scrapes along the outside of his shin offered a bright red hue. As for the muscular condition of his legs, Duke said, "They're thrashed." Having required 4 hours, 49 minutes and 28 seconds to navigate the Catalina Marathon's roller-coaster course, Duke said, "I am hating life." ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
SALEM, Oregon — Anglers should get rigged up and ready for the spring chinook salmon fishing season beginning April 15 on the famous Deschutes River. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife fishery managers have established a sport fishing season for spring chinook salmon from April 15 through July 31 on the Deschutes River from Sherars Falls downstream to the mouth. During this period, the bag limit is two adipose fin-clipped chinook salmon per day and ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
Entering his 13th season at UCLA, 50-year-old John Wooden never had won an NCAA tournament game. His last three teams had finished 16-10, 16-9 and 14-12, by far his worst stretch as a coach. His program seemed to be getting worse, not better. Wizard of Westwood? Hardly. Had 1960 been 2007, one only can imagine how many Web sites would have been dedicated to getting the aging, out-of-touch loser fired. In his eighth season as ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
  The long bunker shot is one of the most difficult (and scariest) shots in golf. Realistically, your goal should be to simply get your ball somewhere on the green with hopes of, at worst, a two-putt. As you face the long bunker shot, keep a few elements in mind to ensure you safely get your ball out of the bunker and onto the green.   [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. - C.C. Sabathia threw a 52-pitch bullpen session Friday morning, then pronounced himself fit for Opening Day in Chicago. "It was just a normal bullpen," Sabathia said. "Especially given my history down here the last couple years, I dodged a bullet. I'm just anxious to get the season going." Sabathia, who had referred to "the Winter Haven curse" on Wednesday, missed a week with strep throat in 2002, 2003 and 2004. He ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
MESA, Ariz. - Spring-training performances are like, well, jinxes and curses and other such nonsense involving billy goats. Simply, they are what you make of them. With that understanding, consider the following sequence from a recent Cactus League game at HoHoKam Park: - For openers, high-priced (and converted) center fielder Alfonso Soriano badly mistimed his failed lunge at a first-inning line drive that gave the Colorado Rockies a 1-0 lead. - Same inning. With Rockies ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
More often than not, bass fishing is an exercise in faith -- faith in your knowledge to know the one spot where the fish will be in a huge lake. Even for the best anglers in the world, some days are just a craps shoot. So like most other people, you cast your bait and hope that something good happens. And then there's sight fishing.   Ranger Boats Pro Staff member Luke Clausen is the 2006 Bassmaster Classic ... [full story]
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