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  • How To Fish With Scented Baits
  • How To Fish With Scented Baits

      Scented baits catch more fish. That's a fact. And because of that, scented baits of various styles are hitting the market on a seemingly weekly basis. With the glut of new products out there all vying for your dollars, anglers need to become familiar with the subtleties and limitations of these baits if they hope to catch more fish.
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  • Hemingway's Haunt

    Silver Creek is the Superbowl of fly fishing
      Along parts of Highway 20, south of Sun Valley, an inconspicuous creek lazily flows from the base of the Picabo Hills, winding through more than 20,000 acres of high-desert plains. Quiet and serene, the creek is about 20 feet wide at its narrowest and more than 50 yards at some of its widest points. To the untrained eye, it might pass for a man-made canal designed to irrigate the domestic fields that line its banks for seemingly miles on end.
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  • Hunting for Dummies

    What every wannabe hunter should know
      I have never been hunting, nor ever had any desire to hunt. Among those who know me, it's no secret that I struggle to even understand the motivation for or satisfaction derived from the activity of killing an animal. If hunting were necessary for survival, then of course I would re-evaluate my objections to it, but given the current state of food procurement (needing only a shopping cart and some moolah), I am of the opinion that successfully hunting down a parking spot at Wal-Mart on a Saturday morning is more likely to be a skill necessary to daily survival than tracking and hunting a wild animal.
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  • We Wish
  • We Wish

    Outdoorsy dreams for 2008
      A good part of this issue is dedicated to reviewing the events be they political, theatrical or musical that passed this year. Sure, we could take a moment to recap what happened in the rec world in 2007, but why live in the past? Who cares how many camping trips were thwarted by fires last season ... that just means double time on the tent time this summer. And so what if Boise Mayor Dave Bieter promised river rats a whitewater park ... what matters is whether there'll be play spots come spring. With visions of a year full of good powder, hard riding and sweet waves in mind, here's what we're hoping 2008 has in store for rec nerds of all types.
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