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Mar 09,2007
The pheasant lifted off against the backdrop of Mount Jefferson as the hunter raised the shotgun to his shoulder and dropped his quarry. It was a picture-perfect day to be out hunting game birds in Central Oregon. Steve Leonard and his long-time hunting partner George Staidl took advantage of Crafty’s Quail Farm and Hunting Preserve to extend their season on pheasants. They booked a hunt with preserve owner Jim Crafton for eight pheasants, half hens ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
  When setting up to hit the driver be sure to pay close attention to your hand position.  With most other shots, the hands at address are usually slightly ahead of the club head. The driver, however, is a different story. [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
Tim Herd’s watchable wildlife guide – wildlife observation in the right place at the right time. [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
SALEM, Ore.— For the third straight year, the Oregon and Washington fish and wildlife departments are hazing sea lions to deter them from preying on runs of threatened salmon and steelhead below Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River.  Using non-lethal deterrents such as crackershells, rubber buckshot and underwater firecrackers, crews will be working from boats seven days per week through May 31 in an effort to drive the marine mammals away from fish congregated below ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
As we anglers get more and more diversified in our fishing skills, as we find out what works best for us and what we enjoy doing the most, we sometimes take on the labels of finesse fishermen or power fishermen. Often times, these labels are fitting, but there can be some confusion about what the terms mean and a lot of debate on which style is better. But there are a few subtle differences between ... [full story]
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Mar 09,2007
Josh Cox is tired of the questions. "When are you racing again? Why haven't you raced?" Then there's the not-so-subtle, is-he-done dig. "How old are you, 36?" Cox is 31, typically a marathoner's prime. SHORELINE RUN - The San Diego shoreline provides a scenic backdrop for Josh Cox during a recent training run. CNS Photo by John Gastaldo. Problem is, the Christian High (San Diego) product hasn't raced a marathon in more than three ... [full story]
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Mar 02,2007
There seems to be a lot of talk lately about cougars. From what I’ve heard and read, there must be at least a half million of the critters hiding behind every tree ready to pounce on Fifi, Fido or even your small child. Just about everybody I talk with has a different view on cougars. Somebody even asked me the other day where I stand on cougars, I replied “As far back as possible since ... [full story]
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Mar 02,2007
Whether you just got a new boat or your old one spent the winter months parked in the garage, you've got to be excited about the fact that the calendar now says it's March. Regardless of what the weather is like at your place right now (I thought the groundhog didn't see his shadow this year), we're only a few weeks away from spring. And if you're like me, spring means getting back out on ... [full story]
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Mar 02,2007
Enrolling in a promising thermal, the noisy ruddy hawk rises in soaring circles over its territory, calling constantly, then sideslips and dives steeply on folded wings to its starting spot, pulls up and repeats: The aerial nuptials of the extremely vocal red-shouldered hawk has begun. So suggestively appealing is the display, neighboring pairs often join the procession.Courtship concluded, the woodland hawk builds or refurbishes its nest, most often found far from the forest edges, but ... [full story]
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Mar 02,2007
Tee up anywhere between four to eight balls in a row, about 6 inches apart (see photo). Stand about 2 feet away from the first ball and take some practice swings without stopping between swings.  The club is swinging freely back and through.  Once you have established this consistent rhythm, take a step forward (without breaking the rhythm) and hit the first ball.  Without stopping, move up to the next ball and hit it, ... [full story]
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Mar 02,2007
Ron Wells was curious. What if he retired from teaching after 36 years, let others lead biology, physics and chemistry lectures, and what if Wells focused on Wells, seeing just how fit and fast he could become? "I wanted to see what a 60-year-old could really do," Wells said. Incredible feats, it turns out. Wells retired in June, started a fanatical training program in August and come December, at the USA Track & Field National ... [full story]
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Mar 02,2007
Over 18,000 stocked trout make for great fishing weekend CLACKAMAS, Ore – Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) officials remind anglers that Henry Hagg Lake in Washington County opens to trout fishing Saturday. ODFW will stock the lake with 18,000 legal-size rainbow trout and 120 larger brood trout prior to opening day.   “The brood trout are a nice addition to the normal stocking of Hagg Lake,” says Hal Boldt, ODFW Fish Liberation Coordinator.  The fish ... [full story]
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Mar 01,2007
ANCHORAGE - With the International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) proposing a 50 percent cut in Halibut catch for Alaska's recreational anglers, the charter boat industry in Southeast and Southcentral Alaska were facing the threat of a potentially crippling reduction. The IPHC proposal would have reduced the state's current bag limit from two halibut per day to only one, placing a severe strain on an industry that thrives on the high demand of anglers, both resident ... [full story]
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