Tag Archives: great-outdoors

Tennessee angler reels in 30-year-old sturgeon while fishing for catfish

This fishing” target=”_blank”>fisherman<. Christopher Begley, from Rogersville, us-regions, was fishing for catfish recently when he caught a huge lake sturgeon, according to a Facebook post from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. “BIG FISH ALERT!” wildlife officials wrote on Facebook. “Wildlife Sgt. Brent Harrison sent this photo of angler Christopher Begley of Rogersville with a lake …

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Killer whales attack fishing boat near Spain

The yearlong aggression of orca pods against fishing” target=”_blank”>boats< off the coast of Spain and Portugal and it seems they’re not done yet. At first, the crew "heard a strange noise and rushed to the top of the ship" thinking they may have hit a container – but "quickly realized that …

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New York lowers bear and deer hunting age to 12 in state budget

regions state’s finalized budget for the fiscal year of 2022 says junior big game hunting” target=”_blank”>hunting< claims: “The Budget includes expanding the existing crossbow season and increasing the pool of possible big game hunters to 12- and 13-year olds to encourage and expand outdoor recreation.” 9-YEAR-OLD MISSOURI HUNTER SHOOTS HUGE BUCK …

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Pennsylvania sets new deer hunting record

Pennsylvania just joined the growing list of states that can brag about their recent hunting” target=”_blank”>hunting<. As is the case with many other states, the ongoing pandemic seemingly contributed to higher than average interest in hunting over the past few months, which resulted in the state setting a new record. …

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Ancient coins may solve mystery of murderous 1600s pirate

digging-history” target=”_blank”>A handful of coins< and other random corners of New England may help solve archaeology. The villain in this tale: a murderous English pirate who became the world’s most-wanted criminal after plundering a ship carrying Muslim pilgrims home to world-regions from Mecca, then eluded capture by posing as a …

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Ancient coins may solve mystery of murderous 1600s pirate

digging-history” target=”_blank”>A handful of coins< and other random corners of New England may help solve archaeology. The villain in this tale: a murderous English pirate who became the world’s most-wanted criminal after plundering a ship carrying Muslim pilgrims home to world-regions from Mecca, then eluded capture by posing as a …

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