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    Stewards In Action – Cub Scout Pack 226

    Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

    Spring . . . always a sign of new life. Flowers bloom, trees sprout and buds form. Anglers get boats, rods, reels and tackle ready for the upcoming season and new adventures that lie ahead.  Also, kids get spring fever. They are distracted by warm sunny days, visions of baseball, hotdogs, and time spent outside. The young men […]

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    Water Log – August 2012

    Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

    Congratulations to Mark Lang who won last month’s Challenge to Stewards! Mark scores a Castalia FlipNet, Berkley Baits and an AquaDesign Sunguard Neck Tube for helping spread the word about the 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon presented by Berkley Fishing. This month’s Challenge to Stewards: Dragon’s Custom Rods is back with an Elite Spinning Rod for one 24 Hour […]

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    24 Hour Fish-A-Thon / Team FishFeeders project moves forward

    Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

    This year 24 Hour Fish-A-Thon teams are creating partnerships and working with local angling clubs and Department of Natural Resources personnel to help fund a project that is either under way or being planned. Teams will have the opportunity to designate fifty percent of the funds raised to that project. Team FishFeeders partnered with the […]

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    ICAST Through the Eyes of a Steward

    Monday, July 18th, 2011

      It would be hard to say that the overall theme of ICAST 2011 was stewardship. However, every year more and more innovation that demonstrates a dedication to the future of our waters comes to the fishing industry’s annual convention. If I was going to say what the real theme of this year’s show was, […]

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    Happy Earth Day!

    Thursday, April 21st, 2011

    How do sportsmen celebrate Earth Day? By doing what we do. By being stewards of our waters, and by taking the Sportsman’s Stewardship Pledge. We are more than anglers. More than what we do for our jobs. We are more than parents and kids. More than tenants or homeowners; more than consumers. We are Stewards.

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    Where Did the Vast Majority of Minnesota’s Large Panfish Go?

    Monday, February 7th, 2011

    by Brock Anderson Area Fishing Guide – Hang Loose Outdoors Remember when your father took you ice fishing as a kid, drilled a hole for you and a hole for him, and you sat on a 5 gallon bucket and waited for your bobber to go down?  Sometimes it never went down so you packed […]

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    Fishing Ideas For The New Year

    Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

    Another fishing season is here. Some anglers are fishing in open water in rivers below dams, and lots of folks are on the ice. This is a great time to think a little bit about the fishing season that has just passed and to make plans for the upcoming fishing season. I’m sometimes a little […]

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    2011 Hardwater Open Tournaments

    Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

    Head-to-Head Combat Supports Stewardship through “Hardwater Open” Ice Fishing Tournaments! Ice Fishermen have a chance to test – and build – their skills while supporting stewardship of our waters by competing in the Recycled Fish Hardwater Open Tournaments this winter. These tournaments will be held at Okoboji Lake, January 8-9, 2011 and Big Creek Lake […]

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    PAA Tournament Lake Cleanup: Table Rock Lake

    Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

    When the Professional Anglers Association (PAA) comes to Table Rock Lake near Branson, MO October 14 – 16 for its tournament, the lake will be better off for it. Recycled Fish has teamed up to organize a lake cleanup during the final day of the tournament. Recycled Fish members, local watershed and community groups, local residents and […]

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    Robert Montgomery receives Homer Circle Award

    Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

    Robert Montgomery receives Fishing Communicator Award recognizing spirit, dedication to fishing, extraordinary talent, and commitment to mentoring the next generation of sportfishing communicators.

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