Posts Tagged ‘fishing’

Stump Turkeys

Tom Turkey, Vermont

“Hey look, Bud. There are a couple of hens walking through that field,” I said to Sam as I was dodging RV sized crates while driving along the infamous Route 5 in Vermont.  It’s springtime in Vermont, and turkeys are on the brain.

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Local Hunter Accused of Being “Non-Consumptive User”

Hunting Vermont Rifle

For immediate Release: February 27, 2017Media Contact: Windsor County, VT – Recently, local license holder and hunter Tim Biebel has been accused of being a “Non-Consumptive User.” The term Non-Consumptive User has gained recognition over the last few years among those who hunt as the politically correct term for an anti-hunter. However, some claim…

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How Long Can a Loon Hold its Breath?

New Hampshire Loon

Just how long can a loon hold its breath under water? Longer than I thought, that’s for sure! The legend of the underwater loon goes like this. I was sitting on the dock enjoying the view at the end of a long day of fishing, catching salamanders, and swimming when a loon popped up out…

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Yup, They’re Fish Lice.

New Hampshire Chain Pickerel

A few weeks ago I wrote that I’d caught a few fish that had little critters crawling all over them. The sight of the buggers was surprising to me as I had never seen them before. If you remember,  I decided to reach out to the Inland Fisheries Division with the New Hampshire Fish and…

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Fish Lice and Stuff.

Fish Lice and Stuff. 1

I hate yard work with a passion. That’s not entirely true, I don’t mind yard work when I feel like I am accomplishing something, but that’s not the case with my yard. It’s a disaster. I can’t get anything to grow like it should. I was out on my hands and knees working away one night…

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