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Is too much exposure to outdoors bad?

April 11, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Is too much exposure to outdoors bad?

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Outdoors report: Apr. 11

April 11, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

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 …

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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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Outdoors report: Jan. 10

January 10, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Redfish continue to be found in deep holes on natural baits. Pintails and other puddle ducks are beginning to trickle back to established ponds since recent rainwater has run off from fields. Marsh hunting has been hit or miss since most widgeon grass has been grazed to nothing.

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Below the Waterline: Sam Leman group to focus on outdoors

January 8, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

“Pay it Forward” has been in vogue in the McLean County area for a very long time. Outdoors people have been living it for years. Because recreational interests usually take the back seat to roads, infrastructure and other projects, most outdoor folks and projects focused on the outdoors are a low priority.

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