The Management Minute by Andrew Walters

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SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING: THE FISH “FOOD CHAIN” ON STEROIDS

Largemouth bass will almost always choose the largest prey they can find. Usually that means “maximum energy for the minimum cost.”   If growing big bass is your goal, keep in mind that bass, for the most part, prefer the biggest live prey they can swallow, the...

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO CATCH CATFISH

As most know, catfish are hard-fighting and delicious to eat. The equipment needed to catch catfish is inexpensive and everything you need for traditional pole fishing or any of the DIY methods listed below can be easily found at your local Walmart! In this article,...

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WHAT ABOUT THE BIRDS?

Editor’s Note: Wildlife management and green field plantings don’t have to be a one trick pony. In many places, green fields and wildlife plantings primarily are established to provide food for deer and harvest opportunities for hunters. However, your green fields can...

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The $500,000 Fish

Most of us have caught a few fish in our lifetimes and some of us are extremely passionate about fishing.   But have you ever caught one fish that was worth $500,000? Well on Monday, the sportfishing boat Wolverine caught a 588.9 lb. blue marlin as part of the Big...

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HOW TONY ADAMS CATCHES WARM WEATHER CRAPPIE

Tony Adams of Eufaula, Alabama, can produce a three-person limit of crappie on Lake Eufaula in less than 4 hours, and you can too by following his recommendations for crappie fishing on many crappie lakes across the country. I’m strictly a structure fisherman when I...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF A GOOD ROAD SYSTEM

When a landowner is looking to sell his or her land, the goal is to appeal to the right buyer and settle on an agreeable price. However, understanding the market for a piece of land isn't always easy, and the steps that sellers take to improve their property may or...

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BASIC BOATING SAFETY AND RULES OF THE ROAD

Boating is one of the most enjoyable forms of spring and summer recreation, whether it be fishing, skiing, tubing or just cruising the waterways. Like any outdoor activity, it comes with its potential hazards, not the least of which is collision with another boat. You...

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4 EASY WAYS TO AVOID TICKS

Ticks seem to be everywhere when I go hunting. I encounter them in the woods, bushes, high grasses and leaf debris. They need heat and moisture to survive and can sense heat and carbon dioxide from a nearby host animal. There are 80 species of ticks in the United...

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