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Outdoors blog archive for Jan. 4, 2011

TUESDAY, JAN. 4, 2011

Rich Landers' English setter, Scout, holds point on a pair of chukar partridges during their hunt in the Snake River breaks of Washington. (Rich Landers)

Slip-sliding along the Snake River breaks 

BIRD HUNTING -- The temperature was 18 degrees this morning when I started hiking up a ridge toward the top of the Snake River canyon. Somewhere between the river and the rim I expected to find chukar partridges hunkered down and waiting for me to...

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State agencies swap East Side land

PUBLIC LANDS -- The Washington departments of Natural Resources and Fish and Wildlife swapped thousands of acres in a deal signed today. Generally, the trade helps each agency consolidate lands. It gives DNR more land to put to work for the benefit of state schools...

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Error in new Idaho fishing regs

FISHING -- Idaho Fish and Game Department officials are trying to get word out about an error in the new 2011 state fishing regulations. It affects anglers who fish the Coeur d'Alene River. The published rule reads as follows: Coeur d’Alene River and Tributaries (to...

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