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North Park: Beautiful, Wild—Energy Developed(?)
Potential for new energy development in tributaries of the North Platte River in northern North Park, west of Cameron Pass, has the National Wildlife Federation and other sportsmen's advocacy groups crying foul. The groups on Wednesday filed official protests with the federal government to try to stop energy development in the most sensitive areas of North Park.
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lyonsOne Season; 50 Fish Species
Wisconsin—last year when a group of state and federal fisheries employees began their second annual competition to catch and release as many species as possible, John Lyons was expected to do well. But Lyons lapped the field and nearly doubled the previous record. Over the 2009/2010 license year (April 1 to March 31), Lyons caught 50 species of fish.
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North_Park2Potential for new energy development in tributaries of the North Platte River in northern North Park, west of Cameron Pass, has the National Wildlife Federation and other sportsmen's advocacy groups crying foul. 

lyonsWisconsin—last year when a group of state and federal fisheries employees began their second annual competition to catch and release as many species as possible, John Lyons was expected to do well. 

Agee_sizedMike Agee: UM All-American Tackles Fly Fishing
Agee, a two-time All-American guard for the University of Montana Grizzlies, has owned and operated Agee Outfitting in Helena since 2003 after working with and for other outfitters here and abroad virtually from the time he left UM in the spring of 1997.

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taggingsteelheadYakima River: 30 Years After Quackenbush
The ruling -- which marks its 30th anniversary this year -- for the first time assured that water would keep flowing in the Yakima basin during winter months and is now credited with the steady comeback of the region's once-decimated spring salmon and steelhead runs. Approximately 200 endangered species-listed steelhead are expected to pass Roza Dam in 2010.Source Link
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Asian Carp Back in Court
Washington—The Supreme Court, perhaps for the final time, has rejected a multistate appeal over efforts to keep the invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes ecosystem. The justices turned aside another request for intervention Monday, the latest chapter in a nearly century-old dispute between six Midwest states and the Canadian province of Ontario.

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Agee_sizedAgee, a two-time All-American guard for the University of Montana Grizzlies, has owned and operated Agee Outfitting in Helena since 2003 after working with and for other outfitters here and abroad virtually from the time he left UM in the spring of 1997.

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taggingsteelheadThe ruling -- which marks its 30th anniversary this year -- for the first time assured that water would keep flowing in the Yakima basin during winter months and is now credited with the steady comeback of the region's once-decimated spring salmon and steelhead runs.

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Washington—The Supreme Court, perhaps for the final time, has rejected a multistate appeal over efforts to keep the invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes ecosystem. The justices turned aside another request for intervention Monday,

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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