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Vince Kathol, a resident at Avera Majestic Bluffs west of Yankton, landed a 9.5-pound catfish at the Avera Majestic Bluffs fish pond on May 17. Using a Zebco 404 fishing rod and nightcrawler borrowed from his brother Marcel, Kathol landed the fish with Marcel’s help.

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Note: (Before eating wild mushrooms, you want to make sure that they’re the edible variety)

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A few days back, the coffee crew at Keith’s were discussing how owning your own boat and traveling to an area to fish compared with the cost of hiring a guide.

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Driving down the highway on a sunny day this late winter, I caught a glimpse of movement inside a heavy shelterbelt near a deserted farm place off to my left.

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All anglers, including myself, began their journey to their love of fishing along a shoreline on some pond, river, or lake.

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With the weather as cold as it is, with Saturday night predicted to minus 21 degree, it’s hard to believe that the Light Goose Conservation season is open and it won’t be long before the White geese start to head back north to their breeding grounds with the Snow Geese migrating through our area.

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Hard to believe this is January, 45 plus degrees today, but we’re going to pay for it with winds in the fifty mile per hour the rest of the week, I hope the moisture they’re talking about is rain and not snow.

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If this warm weather continues, it may be a short winter, but I know better, as there’s still a lot of winter left.

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Well, it’s a new year, and I’m hoping it’s better than last year, as 2020 really sucked, where we were asked to stay home, wear Masks, with social distancing, businesses being shut down, some with drive in type services or limited in the number of people that it could serve.

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No matter what you’re doing in the outdoors, there’ll be a change, something will be different each time you go out or different than it was last year.

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On the opening morning of the 2020 Nebraska season, would find me in a friend’s blind located in the bottom along a creek in a harvested corn field.

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Each year with the arrival of colder weather, people start calling and emailing our offices asking about ice fishing and where they’re biting.

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It was still October when our first snow appeared, since I’m not a big fan of the cold, my first thought were “Oh No” winter weather is here already, it’s going to be a long winter.

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It wasn’t too many years ago that we had very good pheasant numbers in Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa as we had some tremendous Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) fields.

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On Tuesday, Sept. 1, hunters throughout the upper Midwest will be out in the crop fields and set up around stock dams when they open the 2020 Mourning Dove hunting season.

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It won’t be long before fall arrives on the 22nd of September, wit hour archery deer, grouse and dove season opening up in the same month.

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Dove hunting season begins soon and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has some reminders for hunters, as well as recommendations for areas to hunt.

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Some of the best fisherman I know haven’t become the exceptional anglers, by fishing only one approach, one method, as they’re diversified, with they’re fishing arsenal, their tackle bags and rods geared for numerous species and numerous presentations.

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Some of the best fisherman I know haven’t become the exceptional anglers, by fishing only one approach, one method, as they’re diversified, with they’re fishing arsenal, their tackle bags and rods geared for numerous species and numerous presentations.

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When I was a kid, growing up a block away from the Big Sioux River in Watertown, S.D., each spring, there was always the spring carp and buffalo runs which brought hundreds of these rough fish up river to spawn.

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We were fishing below Gavin’s Point Dam, with a very slow and subtle bite taking place, in order to detect a bite, I needed to watch my line, keeping an eye on it to note any change where it entered the water.