The situation isn’t at the crisis stage for now, deer biologist Jason Sumners told the Missouri Conservation Commission in a meeting Friday. But it could one day develop into that state, Sumners said, if aggressive action isn’t taken.
Ed Klepacki of Wonder Lake, Ill., and Jim Miller of Ingleside, Ill., had five walleyes weighing 24.02 pounds Friday in the second round of the Cabela’s National Team Walleye Championship at Milford Lake. That is good for a commanding lead in the tournament that ends Saturday.
Looking for some good ultralight fishing? The bluegills are beginning to spawn at many area reservoirs, and the fishing has been hot. Try Blue Springs, Jacomo and the Reed Area on the Missouri side and Wyandotte on the Kansas side.
Dennis Whiteside fishes the old-fashioned way when he launches his canoe on Ozarks float streams such as the Niangua River. He doesn’t need a sleek boat, a big motor or even a trolling motor. He is fine with a paddle and a knowledge of the streams he fishes.
The striped bass caught at Bull Shoals Lake by Lawrence Dillman of Rockaway Beach, Mo., weighed 65 pounds, 2 ounces, breaking the former standard of 60 pounds, 9 ounces, also caught at Bull Shoals in 2011.
How many times have you seen runners or hikers 'warm up' by bending over to touch their toes, or putting a leg up on a car bumper or park bench? Perhaps you've even done that kind of pre-activity stretching yourself.
When you're looking for protection from both the sun and the rain outdoors, nothing beats a portable canopy like the Sport-Brella. Made from 210D polyester that provides maximum sun protection (UPF 50-plus) and water resistance, it opens to 8-feet-wide and has protective side flaps for full coverage.
Ben Donovan was a 24-year-old, hand-to-hand combat trooper in the Army when he was diagnosed with RSD - reflex sympathy dystrophy syndrome. The rare nerve disorder has, in the five years since, left him in pain, "all day, every day."