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24
Apr

Mosquito Minutia

Most people would prefer that the life cycle of the mosquito should be ended with a quick slap, but eliminating these minute menaces can best be accomplished by removing their opportunity to reproduce.

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17
Apr
Early Eyes

Early Eyes

Lindy rigging and walleye angling in the early weeks of spring, when water temperatures are still cold and fish are slow to respond, is an inseparable combination. Lindy rigs are one of the most basic presentations for walleye, and although it's a simple concept there are those who always seem to take its effectiveness to unheralded heights.

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12
Jun
Lunker Lakers Near The Circle

Lunker Lakers Near The Circle

When it comes to fishing for lake trout, an angler would be hard pressed to find better action than that which exists near Canada's Arctic Circle. In this barren and formidable environment, awash in pristine lakes and streams, life is on an exaggerated schedule with feeding cycles compressed into a season of soft water that is measured in weeks. 

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04
Jun
Blazing the Tamiami Trail

Blazing the Tamiami Trail

Driving traffic-clogged US 41 in Sarasota can be a maddening experience, when you’re behind a barrier of “Honey, look over there” drivers, and twenty minutes late for an appointment. A minor fender-bender never fails to block traffic somewhere around South Gate, and progress comes to a radiator-steaming halt. This will be little consolation, but next time you are sitting, drumming your fingers on the steering when in similar circumstances, consider the good old days when the Tamiami Trail was only the dream of a handful of Dade and Lee County promoters.

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