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Sterile trout being planted in state waters
Thursday Feb 07 2013
The Department of Fish and Wildlife has had numerous lawsuits filed against it over the years challenging the policy of its trout-planting program. The focal point of most suits i ...
Oink, oink: Wild pig-hunting opportunity at Joice Island
Tuesday Jan 22 2013
Joice Island is in the Delta, inside the Grizzly Island Wildlife Area, which is owned, operated and controlled by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. And, there just h ...
Drifting is a means to hunt waterfowl, and it works
Thursday Jan 17 2013
Most hunters know it’s illegal to use a motor to sneak up on a raft of ducks. However, using a boat can be a tremendous method for a successful waterfowl hunt. And, with all ...
International Sportsmen’s Exposition at Cal Expo is a welcomed winter relief
Wednesday Jan 02 2013
It’s wintertime. With almost no hunting and limited fishing, outdoors-oriented men and women stay indoors. Our eyes can see fish jumping and a monster buck walking by in scop ...
Marine Protected Areas are in effect in north coast
Wednesday Dec 26 2012
I was dead set against the government marking off ocean waters from the Oregon border to Mexico and calling them Marine Protected Areas. As I’ve stated since the discussion ...
Roseville soccer trio plays for state title with Sierra College
Thursday Nov 29 2012
The Sierra College women’s soccer team, featuring three starters from Roseville high schools, is in the CCCAA State Championship semifinals. The Wolverines (16-5-3), seeded ...
Outdoors: With water level low, speed limit for boats is reduced at Folsom Lake
Tuesday Nov 20 2012
At least boaters can say they had a full season to enjoy the water level at Folsom Lake. Too often, the water level drops enough that essentially everything is shut down before La ...
Hunting season opens Nov. 10 for pheasant, turkey and dove
Thursday Oct 25 2012
Pheasant: Long cherished by hunters, the season for these Chinese imports will find hunters flocking to fields for the opener Saturday, Nov. 10. Going into a field for pheasants i ...
Governor signs bill prohibiting use of dogs during bear hunts
Thursday Oct 18 2012
The use of dogs has been a staple for centuries for those hunting bears or bobcats. The hunter releases the dogs, the dogs pick up the scent of a critter, and the race is on for t ...
Abalone is in high demand, but rules are tough
Thursday Sep 06 2012
Abalone is, without question, one of the most prized shellfish anybody could hope to obtain.They’re a slow-growing shellfish and don’t reach maturity, the age they can be retai ...
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