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Lakes with a Silver Lining

Silver nano-particles, or nanosilver, are tiny globules of silver about 1/1000th the diameter of a human hair. Since silver is toxic to bacteria, nanosilver is widely used as an antibacterial and is found in over 400 products, including: underwear, socks, towels, carpets, cosmetics, baby bottles, stuffed animals, refrigerators, and washing machines. 504 more words

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Xmas Prince

Xmas Prince . . .

The kebari for the season is the Xmas Prince; my festive variation on the distinctive nymph with wing of white; my standard weighted with wire on a size 10 wet nymph hook. 130 more words

Tenkara

Perspective

9-27-17 the dock

I have been watching the minnows from the end of the dock irregularly but frequently, when the weather is nice enough to see into the water through the waves and to be out on the dock for extended periods of time, since the first time I noticed them streaming north past the dock. 1,834 more words

Racism

2017 Lake Erie Walleye & Perch hatch results

http://ohiovalleyoutdoors.com/page/content.detail/id/536464/Results-of-2017-Lake-Erie-Walleye-and-Yellow-Perch-Hatches-Released.html?nav=5045

I’m very surprised about this.  I figured that the two storms we had right around spawning time would have nullified any type of a successful spawn.   25 more words

Fishing

Fish Alberta - Wadlin Lake

When it comes to boreal lakes in Northern Alberta, Wadlin Lake is as good an example as you will find.

A gravel road and a modest campground operated by Mackenzie County are the only man-made features along the shore of this stunning 1,900 hectare lake. 547 more words

Wildlife

Erie Perch, 08/27/17

My original plan for last weekend was to take care of some chores and do a little fly fishing each morning.  That all changed early Saturday when I got a text from Steve Schoonover, owner of… 572 more words

Fishing

Fish Alberta - Wabamun Lake

‘Wabamun’ is the Cree word for mirror – It’s an apt name for the large, shallow, calm lake situated 60 kilometers west of Edmonton.

For generations, people living in Alberta have enjoyed Wabamun Lake’s natural beaches, beautiful wilderness and recreational opportunities. 805 more words

Wildlife