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Canoe Trails in the Klamath Basin | Local News | Bend | The Source Weekly

Upper Klamath Lake is the largest body of water in Oregon by surface area—approximately 25 miles long by 8 miles wide, but with an average depth of only 14 feet. The lake is the remnant of Lake Modoc, a Pleistocene-aged lake (11,000 years ago to about 2.5 million) that covered over 1,000 square miles, stretching from Fort Klamath to Tule Lake, roughly 10 times the size of today’s Upper Klamath Lake.

Historically, native tribes such as the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooscan lived along the lakeshore, harvesting fish, waterfowl, mammals and plants from the waters and surrounding lands. Peter

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Gene Chague | Berkshire Woods and Waters: Northern Berkshire community chips in to host all-inclusive fishing day for North Adams kids | Sports

The weather was perfect, a sunny morning with a gentle, warm breeze blowing just enough to keep the mosquitos away. The pond had been previously prepared and the brook trout were eagerly awaiting the arrival of some VIP’s. The fish had been purchased by the Berkshire County League of Sportsmen (BCLS) and transported to Reynolds Pond in Cheshire a few days earlier from the Berkshire National Fish Hatchery in Hartsville/New Marlborough. Volunteers from the Cheshire Rod & Gun Club, Adams Outdoor for Youth (AOFY) and the BCLS arrived earlier to assemble the fishing gear — brand new fishing poles, reels,

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Father’s Day gift ideas straight from the Autoblog staff

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Father’s Day only comes around once a year and it’s the perfect time to show the dads in your life what they mean to you. We know how difficult it can be sometimes to shop for these types of occasions, so we wanted to put together a list of gift ideas based on what we’re planning to get our dads this year. Hopefully we can spark some ideas for what you can gift your dad this year, too.

Oculus Quest

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Lupine Festival Headlines a Fun Weekend in Oquossoc

Oquossoc- The Outdoor Heritage Museum will host the 2021 Lupine Festival Art & Antique Show on the grounds of the museum, in Oquossoc, on Saturday, June 19th from 10- 4pm. Over 30 booths will fill the grounds with various vendors offering bargains on antiques, crafts, and works of art making for some great gift ideas to customers. The museum has 3 new exhibits as well as some amazing newly acquired artifacts on display for the 2021 season!

Oquossoc will be a fun place to be! The fishing in Rangeley is now in “prime time” and our friends at the Rangeley

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Mooselookmeguntic Salmon Derby this upcoming weekend June 19 & 20

This weekend will see an event incomparable to any other fisheries contest in the long storied fishing history of the Rangeley area. The Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association will hold the Mooselookmeguntic Landlocked Salmon Derby on Saturday and Sunday June 19 and 20.

MDIFW fisheries biologists have determined there is currently an overabundance of wild landlocked salmon in Mooselookmeguntic Lake, resulting in poor salmon growth and condition. To improve the health of the fishery on the Lake, MDIFW has implemented new regulations for the taking of landlocked salmon as part of their fisheries management plan. The new regulations, beginning

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13 Best Gifts for Dads Who Like Fire 2021 | The Strategist

Photo-Illustration: The Strategist; Photos: Retailers

Let me just get to the point: I’m a dad, I love a good fire, and I know many other dads who feel the same. I have used each and every single thing on this list. Much of it I own, other stuff I’ve tested, and some things I received as gifts. Which is why I am writing about them: Everything here is something a dad who likes fire will appreciate, whether his passion is starting one (at a campsite or in a

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