The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is now accepting applications for the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program. For 2021, a total of $150 million nationwide is available for outdoor recreation projects.
On Saturday, June 19, people can use a paint brush to learn the differences between rainbow and brown trout.
By Larry Dablemont
People have been contacting me asking if I had heard about the Missouri Department of Conservation declaring that people who take photographs inside public areas, they manage must buy a permit to do so. I have to look into that, but I can’t imagine that they would do that, telling photographers to pay in order to take pictures inside areas owned by the citizens of the state of Missouri.
By Bill Cooper
Every fisherman yearns to find a secret fishing spot, where he can catch lots of fish and not be bothered by other anglers. Such spots are few and far between these days. Too, most fishermen have a favorite buddy, with whom they share their favorite spot. Stories abound about the calamities of sharing a secret spot.
By Larry Dablemont
I often listened to old timers who fished the river talk about various ways to tempt big bass, or to catch a limit of goggle-eye. The river was so much different then, so clear and clean. The big deep holes, now most of them filling in with silt and gravel, and becoming slick-bottomed with algae and slime, had flathead catfish that commonly weighed from 30 to 40 pounds.
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