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Outdoors report: April 10

April 10, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Incoming tides have raised water levels and send bait and fish to the back lakes. Guide Ray Sexton reported trout to 29 inches and limits of redfish on Down South Lures while wading sand and grass. Toms are still chasing hens and gobbling on most ranches, but look for gobblers to become quieter in the coming days after most hens have been bred.

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Fundraiser to send youngsters to camp coming to Forshee

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Game On Outdoors is laying out the red carpet for some lucky youngsters who will be guests of honour at a fundraiser to help send more kids to Cenalta Camp and Wildhorse Mountain Ranch.

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Waimate groups want council to pay for track maintenance

April 8, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Three outdoors groups, including Fish and Game, have requested that the Waimate District Council pay for the maintenance of the Wainono Beach Track.

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Local nonprofit gets those with disabilities to enjoy outdoors

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Daring Adventures is a non-profit that helps those with disabilities enjoy the outdoors. Last year, valley firefighters helped a 14-year-old named Anthony hike down the Grand Canyon in a special wheelchair. 

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Outdoors Listings: April 8 to 14, 2015

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THIS WEEK: April 8 to 14, 2015

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The great outdoors

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The reopening of Mount Lemmon’s most popular campground on Friday marked the beginning of the summer camping season for Tucsonans.

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Outdoors report: April 5

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Oversized black drum are making a run in the channel. Cracked blue crabs have been the bait of choice. Guide Harold Dworaczyk of Bay Flats Lodge reported limits of trout to 24 inches while drifting over deep shell with live shrimp.

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Outdoors notebook: Cranberry hunter appointed to commission

April 5, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

For 37 years, Jim Daley of Cranberry has taught Hunter-Trapper Safety classes, reaching some 14,000 kids and being named Instructor of the Year in 2009. Now, he’ll have even more influence.

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Outdoors Calendar for April 5

April 4, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

• Cattaraugus County Chapter of SCOPE, Franklinville Conservation Club, 3040 Bakerstand Road, 6:30 p.m., Monday. Call Russ Biss (968-2720) or Randy Opferbeck (373-3322).

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

April 3, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

[SciDev.Net] Teaching outdoors taps into children's natural learning instincts. But it demands systemic change, says Nir Orion.

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