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Potomac, MDPosted by
The Southern Maryland Chronicle

Lawson Hibdon Leads Day 1 of Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Federal Ammunition Stop 5 Presented by Lucas Oil at Potomac River

MARBURY, Md.  (June 17, 2021) – Major League Fishing pros brought down the hammer on Day One of the MLF Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Presented by Bad Boy Mowers, Federal Ammunition Stop 5 Presented by Lucas Oil at the Potomac River on Thursday, with a total of 149 five-bass limits and more than 20 pros weighing in bags […] The post Lawson Hibdon Leads Day 1 of Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Federal Ammunition Stop 5 Presented by Lucas Oil at Potomac River appeared first on The Southern Maryland Chronicle.
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Sportsbassfan.com

Rookie Hibdon Tops Tight Potomac River Field

Lawson Hibdon caught a lot of fish on moving baits on day 1, but his biggest ones were enticed by a worm. MLF Pro Circuit anglers caught 149 five-bass limits – more than 20 of which weighed in excess 15 pounds – on day 1 of the event at the Potomac River out of Marbury, Md. Rookie Lawson Hibdon of Versailles, Mo., boxed 17 pounds even to grab the early lead.
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Sussex County, DECape Gazette

Land trust, conservancy preserve land along river

The Sussex County Land Trust and Chesapeake Conservancy have joined forces with several other partners to preserve a 41-acre parcel on the south side of the Nanticoke River known as Nanticoke Crossing Park. Located on the opposite side of Woodland, about 4 miles west of Seaford, the property includes 29...
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Providence, RIecori.org

Stormwater Runoff Takes Bite Out of R.I.’s Vulnerable Coastline

The above video is just one example among countless others statewide of stormwater runoff gushing after a rainstorm. This scene at innumerable locations plays out every time it rains in Rhode Island, which, in this age of global heating, is happening with more intensity more frequently. Besides rushing a smorgasbord...
Hobbiesoutdoorsfirst.com

Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Federal Ammunition Stop 5 Presented by Lucas Oil Set for Potomac River

163 Professional Anglers Descend on Marbury to Compete for up to $135,000 – Season Purse Exceeds $6.4 Million. MARBURY, Md. (June 9, 2021) – Major League Fishing (MLF), the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, is set to visit Marbury, Maryland, next week, June 17-20, for the MLF Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Presented by Bad Boy Mowers, Federal Ammunition Stop 5 Presented by Lucas Oil at the Potomac River. In its 26th season, the circuit (formerly known as the FLW Tour) features a roster of the world’s best bass-fishing professionals competing across six regular-season events, each with a top award of up to $135,000. The field also competes for valuable points to qualify for the 2021 Tackle Warehouse TITLE Presented by Mercury – the Pro Circuit Championship.
EnvironmentLiterary Hub

On the Alarming Disappearance and Destruction of America’s Great Wetlands

Patricia Hanlon Names a Subject of Critical Environmental Concern. There is no place on Earth where human presence does not cast a shadow. Not even at Ebben Creek. Route 133 bisects it and compromises somewhat the free flow of the incoming and outgoing tides. Phragmites australis, an invasive reed, grows in the disturbed strips of land where the road was excavated and where houses have been built. The reed outcompetes native cordgrasses and provides few ecosystem services in return.
Coventry, RITurnto10.com

NBC 10 I-Team: Low water levels on Johnson's Pond become public safety concern

COVENTRY, R.I. (WJAR) — For months now, the low water levels on Johnson's Pond in Coventry have been a concern for about 600 surrounding homeowners. Now, the shallow water has gotten the attention of Hopkins Hill Fire Chief, Frank Brown, who has decided to keep Coventry fire's 21-foot pontoon boat out of the water, for the short term, and use a smaller boat for emergency rescues.
Middletown, CTncadvertiser.com

Conservation Corner: It takes a village to care for our river

MIDDLETOWN — Middletown is fortunate to be situated along the beautiful Connecticut River. Once a thriving port, the river provides opportunities for recreation, businesses and tourism, while also supporting many critters, including some on the endangered species list. When we’re driving alongside it, for the most part, we don’t think...
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The Southern Maryland Chronicle

Potential for Severe Thunderstorms this afternoon

The National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington DC has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook today for most of the State of Maryland and surrounding region. This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for the Maryland portion of the Chesapeake Bay, Tidal Potomac River, and I-95 corridor through central Maryland, northern Virginia, and the District of Columbia. The Chesapeake Bay […] The post Potential for Severe Thunderstorms this afternoon appeared first on The Southern Maryland Chronicle.
HobbiesHomer News

Reeling ‘Em In: Kings starting to bite at the fishin’ hole

It’s time to fire up the 13th year of our fishing column, and, hopefully, the coming holiday weekend will be topped off by chrome chinooks submarining beneath the smokin’ tides into Nick Dudiak Fishing Lagoon while charters and private vessels jam their holds with pole-slamming butts and ravenous salmon sporting serious ‘tudes.
Boston, MABoston Magazine

This Riverside Home on the Cape Got a Dramatic Landscape Upgrade

An Osterville property goes from prosaic to poetic with careful siting and casual plantings. Sign up for our weekly home and property newsletter, featuring homes for sale, neighborhood happenings, and more. While Stephanie Hubbard’s clients loved the location of the narrow stretch of land they purchased along a tidal river...
HobbiesRichmond.com

Outdoors with Ken Perrotte: Virginians dominate Bassmaster event on the James

Idahoan Brandon Palaniuk claimed the top prize at last weekend’s Bassmaster Northern Open on the James River, with a crowded field of Virginia anglers behind him. Fourteen of the top 40 finishers in last week’s Bassmaster Northern Open on the James River were Virginians, a stalwart showing in the field of 224 professional anglers who entered the tournament. The top 40 anglers received award payouts.
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KEN PERROTTE: Virginians dominate Bassmaster event on the James

Idahoan Brandon Palaniuk claimed the top prize at last weekend’s Bassmaster Northern Open on the James River, with a crowded field of Virginia anglers behind him. Fourteen of the top 40 finishers in last week’s Bassmaster Northern Open on the James River were Virginians, a stalwart showing in the field of 224 professional anglers who entered the tournament. The top 40 anglers received award payouts.
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