- Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 March 2013 18:21
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We begin our outdoor report this year with just a little bit of information for you. We know with warmer weather and longer days we will get more fishing reports. Please feel free to email us reports or pictures of your fish or animals you harvest. Keep them appropriate. Remove excess blood, keep your shirts on, etc.
If you submit a report please keep it truth in location and size of the fish. I have NO INTENTION of giving
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 23:45
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It is still cold outside and possibly it is my age telling on me or maybe I am just too busy to think about it much, but some anglers are starting to get antsy and get on the water. I have heard two reports over the weekend of fishing activity. Both told me of perch activity off the King George shoreline of the Rappahannock River. Both sources stated that some decent white perch were caught and one mentioned a nice ring perch as
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 10:57
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In a recent correspondence with John Odenkirk of VDGIF, I learned that reports many of us had already heard about snakeheads being in the Rappahannock River are true. I was also able to receive more information about the bass population in the upper and lower portions of the river as well. Here is the
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 February 2013 11:10
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The Hunter/Landowner Advisory Committee met on Feb. 12 in the sheriff’s office building as their annual follow up to the hunting season to hear of any issues arising between hunters, hunters and landowners and receive reports from the sheriff, animal control and VDGIF Conservation Police Officers (CPO).
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 February 2013 13:12
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My phone buzzed last week with an invitation from Chris Jabs of Jabs Construction, offering me a spot on a field goose hunt in the James River Population Zone west of here. Jabs and I have often hunted together and we have also fished together. Jabs had booked a trip with Teddy Carr of Outdoor Action. You might recognize the name. Carr guides bass anglers on local rivers and lakes.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2013 18:09
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The Cottontail Rabbit distress call makes the foxes come running. They get really excited by the squeal of a rabbit that sounds hurt.
Forty years ago there were a lot of guys either fox or coon hunting or they were trapping. These days that has changed dramatically. I only know of one other person that traps and that person has multiple properties