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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: 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: March 28

March 28, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Tides dropped but water temps should warm with sunshine. Redfish and black drum have been found along the channels on mullet and crabs. Water temps knocked bass to deeper water temporarily, but sunshine in the coming days should push largemouths back to the shallows.

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Outdoors notebook: Time has come for hunters to keep score

February 14, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Trophy status can be put into numbers this coming Saturday. While every clean kill can be considered a personal prize, official scoring records require the game animal’s horns, antlers or skull has dried and cured for at least 60 days before it can be measured for record status.

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Outdoors calendar for Feb. 15

February 14, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

• 3-F Club, 904 Swann Rd., Lewiston, 7 p.m., Tuesday. Call 791-3809. • Wyoming/Genesee County Chapter of Pheasants Forever, Louie’s Lounge, Attica, 7 p.m., Tuesday. Call (585) 591-0339.

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Park Explorer opens outdoors to people with disabilities

February 14, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

An Alberta invention is helping people with disabilities explore the outdoors.  Anna Garcia, the director of operations for Easter Seals Camp Horizon, says the Park Explorer will help provide outdoor recreation opportunities for people with physical disabilities. Duncan Pawson, a member of the team of students and mechanical engineers who designed the Park Explorer, says there are two models …

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