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Kitchen gadget: The grill pan/griddle

On those rare Southern California days when the weather is not glorious and warm and absolutely perfect, there are alternatives to cooking outdoors. Read the original post:  Read More  Read More →

Outdoors report: Apr. 12

Guide Harold Dworaczyk of Bay Flats Lodge reported limits of trout to 21 inches while drifting with live shrimp in 4-6 feet of water. Guide Simon Cosper reported good numbers of blue cats in 2-5 feet of water on shad fished on the bottom along main lake points. White bass have been found schooling under birds and good on topwaters and spinnerbaits. Go here to read the rest: Read More  Read More →

Outdoors notebook: Birds of prey have their days

Birds of prey (raptors) hold a fascination for bird watchers at all levels of involvement and understanding. The power and beauty of big birds, from bald eagles to kestrels, appeal to all interested in the outdoors. Read the original:  Read More  Read More →

Outdoors report: Apr. 11

Outdoors report Inshore Most of the upper and middle coasts were a wash due to rain. More rain is in the forecast for today. Many captains have said they have seen benefits from the freshwater with more crabs, shad and minnows. The topwater bite has been solid along the entire coast. Freshwater Bass on Lake Conroe remain in the shallows, but some are beginning to move offshore. Sam Rayburn bass … See... [Read more]

Outdoors Listings: April 8 to 14, 2015

THIS WEEK: April 8 to 14, 2015 The rest is here:  Read More  Read More →

The great outdoors

The reopening of Mount Lemmon’s most popular campground on Friday marked the beginning of the summer camping season for Tucsonans. Read more here: Read More  Read More →

Africa: A Chance to Change Science Teaching From the Grass Roots

[SciDev.Net] Teaching outdoors taps into children's natural learning instincts. But it demands systemic change, says Nir Orion. Go here to see the original:  Read More  Read More →

Outdoors: Hatchery heralds Saturday's start of trout season

OXFORD — Arrows pierced the air, bobbers fluttered along the surface of the pond and the public reveled in one of their first opportunities of the season to get outdoors. See the rest here: Read More  Read More →

Outdoors report: April 2

HR&G reported trout to 29 inches on soft plastics worked over shell. Catfish are good on stinkbaits and chicken livers in the river channel.Matagorda Guide Tommy Alexander reported limits of trout and scattered redfish on Norton Sand Shad while wading over sand and grass. See the rest here:  Read More  Read More →

Be aware of daylight saving when enjoying the outdoors

Easter weekend is a popular time for New Zealanders to get out and enjoy everything our great outdoors has to offer. As part of preparation for outdoor adventures, the New Zealand Mountain Safety Council (MSC) recommends planning for reduced daylight and changeable autumn weather. Original post: Read More  Read More →

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