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Outdoors blog archive for Feb. 2, 2016

TUESDAY, FEB. 2, 2016

Paul Brockbank looks down the barrel of a twenty-gauge shotgun in Cabela's Gun Library. The Gun Library features approximately 250 collectable and valuable new and used firearms for sale.   The store, in Lehi, Utah, is similar to the one proposed for Post Falls, near the Idaho-Washington border.   (Christopher Onstott / The Spokesman-Review)

Idaho economy big on guns 

FIREARMS -- Guns and shooting are like bread and butter to Idaho's economy, according to a survey. Idaho, Montana ranked in Top 5 for being gun-industry dependent A study done by the financial website, examined states on a number of gun-related factors, including firearms…

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Steelhead: Fin structure good with distinct margins. Normal head, slender body.  (Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife)

Ringold steelheading should pick up this month

FISHING -- The stats are compiled: Indeed, Ringold-area steelhead fishing was slow in January, but the fishing on that stretchof the Columbia should pick up in February, biologists say. Paul Hoffarth, Washington Fish and Wildlife Department fisheries biologist in the Tri-Cities posted this report on…

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