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Alberta Students Raise Rainbow Trout in Class
As heard on Outdoor Journal Radio As reported by CTV Calgary, Alberta+
Orcas Learn to Sink Ships?
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Study finds recreational fishing accounts for 11% of reported harvest in inland fisheries
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 Lake Of Bays / Entrance to Haystack Bay
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St. Lawrence Largemouth
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Close to Home – Lodge 88 Walleye and Whitefish
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Check out my latest KCHappyCamper video about Crown land camping and how to use the Atlas, and figure out what species of fish are in the lakes and if/when they were stocked.  One of the Best Wilderness Assets Finding a piece of Crown land—a place that has…
Sponsored by Garmin After all the time, effort, and research that goes into a successful day on the water, the last thing any angler wants is to have it wasted by clunky wading, loud talking, or heavy boat traffic spooking fish and blowing spots. However, just as…
UNDERSTANDING THE SITUATION We have all heard the stories: “Not one bite all day—cold front came through,” or “We’re into a cold front, don’t bother goin’ out!” Or, most famously, “Ya shoulda been here yesterday.” So, what is really happening? Basically, it’s about changes in barometric pressure—both…
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