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Articles from the July 15, 2013 edition

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Discovery Of Quagga Mussels At Lake Powell Will Affect Boaters, Anglers

With the recent discovery of quagga mussels in Lake Powell, boaters leaving the northeastern Arizona lake will be required by law to pull their boat plug and decontaminate and dry their watercraft before leaving the vicinity of the lake to help... Full story

 By Sandy Lindsey    WOOT    July 15, 2013

Here's A New Way To Combat Mold Odor And Other Unpleasant Smells

Star brite's solution to mold odors and any foul smells is their all-new EPA-approved, patented, super-effective MDG Mold/Mildew Odor Control Systems. For more than 30 years Star brite’s MDG bags... Full story


Safety Zone Established On Colorado River at I-40

The Lake Havasu National Refuge Complex has created a safety zone that is anticipated to reduce the likelihood of boat collisions in the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge at the Interstate 40 Bridge on the Colorado River. The expansion of commercial... Full story


Miss Manners Should Make A Visit To The Boat Launch Ramp

Impolite, self-centered behavior could well describe a kindergarten sandbox at recess, but it also fits the description of the mayhem that some boat launch ramps experience on a busy summer weekend.... Full story


Five Helpful Boating Tips You Can Thank Seaworthy For

Everyone loves a good story about boating mishaps — as long as it's not their own. For 30 years the BoatUS Marine Insurance damage-avoidance publication Seaworthy has combed through the BoatUS claims files to shed light on how boats are damaged... Full story


Fur & Feather Animal Assistance 2013 Raffle

RAFFLE DRAWING We drew the raffle tickets on Saturday July 20 at the Pie O Neer here in Pie Town. Brad and Clay conducted the selection. Kathy Knapp drew the winning tickets. We are pleased to... Full story

 By Jim Allen    Boating    July 15, 2013

Sun Valley Fiber-Glas

Dan Turner came from the Arkansas/Missouri area in 1987. He had started there in fiberglass manufacturing, which he did for about 10 years. Turner made just about everything, including waterslides,... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    July 15, 2013

Arizona Urban Fishing Report

With catfish stockings at all Phoenix and Tucson urban waters on hold during the summer months, fishing becomes more challenging, requiring anglers to be adaptable, patient and persistent. Plenty of w... Full story


Lake Powell Fish Report

Lake Powell fishing strategy is determined by shad size and abundance. Striped bass are feeding on the surface over the entire lake but where shad numbers are small so are the boils. Where larger... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    July 15, 2013

Arizona Anglers Enjoy Summer Catchin'

Tip Of The Week Remember that at Blue Ridge (C.C. Cragin) there is no bag or possession limit. The road is open and SRP has begun to draw the lake down for necessary repairs to the dam and associated... Full story

 By Bill Roecker    Fishing    July 15, 2013

Fish Tales From The West Coast

Bluefin Dive Long-range boats reporting from the bluefin area south of San Diego yesterday indicated bluefin fishing was tough at best. Some boats managed one or two fish per rod; others didn’t... Full story


KeepAmericaFishing™ Announces 1 Million Supporters, Changes

KeepAmericaFishing™, (KAF)the industry’s angler-advocacy program, is pleased to announce several ground-breaking developments. These changes will enhance interaction with anglers on issues and... Full story


Arizona - Two Public Meetings Remain On Proposed Fishing Regulation Changes

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is considering changes to the fishing regulations and is continuing its series of public meetings to provide information. The remaining meetings are — . • July 19, 6 p.m., Arizona Game and Fish Kingman... Full story


AZGFD Among Recovery Champion Award Recipients For Gila Trout Protection

The collaborative efforts of multiple natural resource agencies to protect Gila trout and other native fish populations after last year's devastating Whitewater-Baldy Complex Fire in New Mexico were... Full story

 By AZGFD    Hunting    July 15, 2013

Public Can Still Provide Comment On Proposed Revisions To Hunt Guidelines

The public still has the opportunity to provide comment on the revised draft of the hunt guidelines for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 hunting seasons. The revised draft can be viewed at... Full story

 By AZGFD    Hunting    July 15, 2013

Public Invited To Open Houses Re: 2014 Spring Hunt Recommendations

The Arizona Game and Fish Department will host six public open houses where constituents may review and ask questions about the 2014 spring recommendations for turkey, javelina, buffalo and bear. The...

 By AZGFD    WOOT    July 15, 2013

Grants Now Available To Expand Participation

Local sportsmen's groups can apply now for grant funding for programs that promote activities and events for hunter, angler, shooter and trapper recruitment and retention. The Arizona Game and Fish De... Full story

 By NMMA    Boating    July 15, 2013

NMMA President to Highlight Economic Impact of Boating at a U.S. House of Representatives Briefing

On July 24, 2013, Thomas J. Dammrich, President of the National Marine Manufacturers Association, will discuss the state of the U.S. recreational boating industry from 2 to 3 p.m. in Room 1310 of the... Full story


Ballast Point Announces Beer Festival Aboard Maritime Museum of San Diego

On Sunday August 11, Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits will hold its 17th Anniversary Party & Beer Festival aboard the Maritime Museum of San Diego, with all proceeds to benefit the Maritime Museum. The event, which will run from 1-5pm on Aug. 11, will... Full story


Ultimate White Mountain Get Away Raffle Going On Now Until September

EAGAR, Ariz. — On Sept. 7, one lucky Ultimate White Mountain Get Away Raffle winner will own a complete Alpine Retreat Package. The package includes a 1.25 acre lot in cool Alpine, Ariz., a 40-foot Columbus Fifth Wheel, and a 2013 Ford F250, four-w... Full story

 By AZ State Parks    Events   

'Suvoyuki Day' Celebrates Hopi Partners

"Suvoyuki" translated in the Hopi language means to accomplish work through a "joint effort." "Suvoyuki Day" is an open house on Saturday, Aug. 3 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Homolovi State Park that... Full story

 By GCA    Events   

Grand Canyon Association Presents A Grand Celebration of Art

The Grand Canyon Association and Arizona Public Service are pleased to announce the 5th Annual Grand Canyon Celebration of Art at Grand Canyon National Park Sept. 14, 2013- Jan. 20, 2014. This event features twenty-six artists from around the... Full story

 By AZ State Parks    WOOT    July 15, 2013

Good News From Arizona State Parks

Escape The Heat! On-Site Volunteers Needed At Kartchner Caverns State Park On-site park volunteer opportunities are available at Kartchner Caverns State Park. Bring your RV and live at the park while... Full story


It's What We Can Do Now

The ‘Last Alarm’ sounded for 19 fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots on June 30, 2013. Most of us have followed the recent news from Prescott/Yarnell, Ariz., and have undoubtedly heard about the Yarne... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    July 15, 2013

Learn About High Country Hummingbirds At July 27 Festival

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is again offering a unique opportunity for people to learn more about Arizona's colorful forest hummingbirds at the 10th annual High Country Hummers Festival on... Full story


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