Sunday, June 19, 2016

Gay Pride Gadsden Flags Plastered all over West Hollywood


Yes, you can conceal that much ammo

Seeing is believing

Is Professional Bass Fishing A Joke?

Is it?

Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Fishery

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Shark Week is Coming: Wide Open Spaces Top Shark Stories & Videos

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Fly Fishing for Smallmouth

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World's Top Archer does it with no hands

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Edible 6 Pack Rings Will Save the World

Okay, maybe not save the world, but they're pretty cool. Read the story here:

Oregon's Top Hot Springs Destinations

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Watermelon Jello Slices with Vodka How To

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Music Festival Survival Guide

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Kick off Oregon Summer with Free Fishing Weekend

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Maximize Success in Urban Bass Lakes

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5 Underrated Fish you should be eating

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Neko Rigging a Creature Bait

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Pro Angler Matt Lee rescues Boaters during Tournament Play

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Chinook vs. Ling Cod Battle Caught on Film

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Smoked Salmon Stuffed Avocados

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World Naked Gardening Day

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Woodburned Shotgun Stock Art is Beautiful

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An alternative ending: Be laid to rest as mushroom food

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Father Pranks Son, tells him he sold the boat

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Hilarious Prank Caller Calls in Sick to Work at a Job he Doesn't have to go fishing

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Tuna Eats Seagull Whole, then spits it out

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Tournament Cheaters Caught with Fish in a Barrel

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Columbia River Pikeminnow Bounty opens May 1st

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