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Catch-and-Fillet

Last summer John and I killed and ate a two-year-old bluefin tuna. I'll admit we had to think about it. Do we feel guilty? Not. KILL FISH, EAT FISH… JUST DON'T WASTE IT… By Capt. John McMurray Killed my first "keeper" of the

Sometimes Catch and Kill Makes Sense

This reminds me of Greenback cutt restoration. After the USFWS and Park Service evacuated the greenbacks and rotenoned the brook-trout infested greenback streams in Rocky Mountain National Park a few of them got re-invested. The feds urged the killing of brook

Deer Management by Politician

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What You Can See on March 20

From Audubon's Earth Almanac by Ted Williams and compiled in "Wild Moments," edited by Connie Isbell, Illustrations by John Burgoyne, Storey Publishing, 174 pages. Delicious Breath Unfresheners As mountain folk have long known, wild leeks are

What You Can See on March 19

From Audubon's Earth Almanac by Ted Williams and compiled in "Wild Moments," edited by Connie Isbell, Illustrations by John Burgoyne, Storey Publishing, 174 pages. Fairy Shrimp Vernal pools -- those pockets of snowmelt and rain that vanish

Catch and Release in Maine

My friend Ken gets it. Maine needs to understand that catch-and-release isn't just a YUPPY notion from Taxachusetts. With all the logging roads permitting easy access to ponds we used to hike into for half a morning wild brook trout can't stand even

What You Can See on March 18

From Audubon's Earth Almanac by Ted Williams and compiled in "Wild Moments," edited by Connie Isbell, Illustrations by John Burgoyne, Storey Publishing, 174 pages. The Vulture Test Poets commonly celebrate the first robin and bluebird of the