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deltaCalifornia striper and steelhead fisherman win (for now) the battle over Delta Water.
A Santa Clara County judge has ruled that the state can enforce restrictions on the amount of water pumped from the Carmel River, one of many rivers that feed the Delta.
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Minnesota Fisherman Ruins Fishing Day with Son
Thanks to his nitpicking, impatience, and insistence on absolute silence in the boat, avid angler Don Gillespie, 41, forever ruined fishing for his 10-year-old son Douglas.
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deltaA Santa Clara County judge has ruled that the state can enforce restrictions on the amount of water pumped from the Carmel River, one of many rivers that feed the Delta.
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Thanks to his nitpicking, impatience, and insistence on absolute silence in the boat, avid angler Don Gillespie, 41, forever ruined fishing for his 10-year-old son Douglas.
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EmmettDean of the Green: Guide Emmett Heath Profiled

Most people think he earned his title as "Dean of the Green" through years of hard work untangling knots, putting up with grumpy clients, and figuring out how to get fish in the boat when others failed. The truth is that the label came as a sideways compliment from Steve Schmidt, his partner at Western Rivers

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bass_cheatBass Cheat Busted
Robby Rose, family man, business owner and bass tournament competitor, admits he put a 1-pound lead weight down the gullet of a fish he caught in an event last October at Lake Ray Hubbard. 

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Most people think he earned his title as "Dean of the Green" through years of hard work untangling knots, putting up with grumpy clients, and figuring out how to get fish in the boat when others failed. 

bass_cheatRobby Rose, family man, business owner and bass tournament competitor, admits he put a 1-pound lead weight down the gullet of a fish he caught in an event last October at Lake Ray Hubbard. 

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belize_okeefe Flyfishing author Chris Santella's visit to Turneffe Atoll was the latest chapter in what has become an Ahab-like obsession with hooking a permit,

ipadAccording to APhotoEditor's Rob Haggart, the iPad has the potential to save the magazine industry, may become an important marketing tool for photographers but is a complete waste of time (good for consumers, bad for work).Source Link