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Pass a good time

As editor of BASSMASTER magazine, James Hall can send an e-mail, select a cover picture and edit a sentence all while on the phone assigning a story to a free-lance writer. […]

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Red Snapper Resurgence?

Red snapper fishing, which has been slower-than-expected all summer long, is now drawing to a close. The season ends Oct. 31, and will not reopen until April 21, 2004. […]

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Pushepatapa Pumpkinseeds

Pushepatapa Creek has been designated a wild and scenic river by the state of Louisiana. I now know why. The first time its cool, clear water swirled around my feet, I found that I had entered a completely different world. […]

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Pit Stops

Although he was under near-constant investigation for misappropriation of state funds, Huey P. Long did use some of that money like it was meant to be used by paving nearly 3,000 miles of roads and giving free books to students throughout the state. […]

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Gray Days

Every hunter has a specialty.

He may hunt for everything from antelopes to zebras, but there’s one animal that holds his fancy more than the rest. […]

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The Fish Empire

Plaquemines Parish fishing has received an incredible amount of exposure the past few years, but there’s an often over-looked jumping-off spot that many anglers whiz by — often as fast as possible while holding their breath or breathing through their mouth on the way to Buras and Venice. […]

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Anglers need sensitivity training too

The sensitivity control on a fish-finder is a lot like the volume adjustment on a radio. Both control the amount of amplification applied to received signals, and neither have any control over the amount of power that is transmitted to them. […]