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My First Swarm of Honey Bees in the Box

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My First Swarm of Honey Bees in the Box

By Chris Erwin If you follow this column, you know I have been learning the art of Beekeeping. I got interested after doing an article on Mike Crawford. Crawford served 22 years as a police officer before retiring. Along with working at Bare Arms, an indoor shooting range and gun club, he is also...
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Rod Repair 101

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Rod Repair 101

By Chris Erwin I think I can safely say almost every fisherman at one time or another has lost an eye or broken an eye on one of his or her fishing rods. In this short column I’m not going to try to teach you how to build your own fishing rod. However, I...
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The Heat is on! The Summer Milk Run

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The Heat is on! The Summer Milk Run

By Chris Erwin As we head into the hottest part of the summer, many anglers will lay down their rods and wait for cooler temperatures. However, for those brave people, trying to keep hope alive let me just say hope does exist. At least for the bass, crappie, white bass, blue gill, once the...
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The Rule of Seven

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The Rule of Seven

BY Chris Erwin n fishing there are a lot of unwritten rules. The 50 degrees rule is something I talk about all the time. When we see water temperatures either fall or rise near that figure in early spring or late fall, we believe bass are active. In today’s world of high technology, it...
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Monofilaments, Fluorocarbons or Braids

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Monofilaments, Fluorocarbons or Braids

BY Chris Erwin We are starting February, what many would say is the last real cold month heading into the 2016 fishing season. This is a good time to get your gear ready for another year. In doing so, one of the first things you will want to do is re-spool your reels. Anglers,...
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Night Fishing- Two Ways to Put Fish in the Boat

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Night Fishing- Two Ways to Put Fish in the Boat

By Chris Erwin Now that summer is here and the nights are in the 60s, it’s a great time to move your fishing to nighttime. I can tell you that over the years, I have found night fishing to be the best from dark to about midnight and then from about 4 a.m. until...
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Find the “Thermocline” for better summer fishing success

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Find the “Thermocline” for better summer fishing success

BY Lee McClellan Fishing instruction for decades preached anglers should fish deep, cool water during the hottest days of the summer. This makes sense as fish are cold-blooded animals and their bodies are the same temperature of the water that surrounds them. However, fishing deep water in summer on a lake such as Taylorsville...
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Off the Grid Basics

Off the Grid Basics

It could change how you camp forever! By Chris Erwin When most people talk about off–the-grid living, they usually talk about a cabin in the deep woods with solar panels as the only option to living with power. However, much has changed in the world of solar, winds and other more passive forms of...
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