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OUT: Sunday Column November 09, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

From a local’s standpoint, one of the more important decisions resulting from Tuesday’s presidential election will be the person tabbed for the Secretary of the Department of Interior. Whoever takes this post will affect nearly ...

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OUT: OUTside Connection November 05, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Switching gear • With a winter storm bearing down on Colorado’s mountains, there’s no better time to upgrade your ski and snowboard gear or get rid of gear you no longer use. Members of the National Ski Patrol from ...

OUT: Sunday Column October 26, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Late last week, as big-game hunters jammed counters at license agents across the Western Slope, no one would have expected to hear complaints about under-crowding. But the promise of a bountiful season may have come too early, as late-week ...

OUT: Sunday Column October 19, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Call it the hex of the full moon. Or “Gone with the Wind,” but I seem to remember that title already being taken. Elk hunters eager for the early elk-only season that ended Wednesday found their hopes, and in some cases their ...

OUT: Lake Powell Fishing Report October 08, 2008

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Powell Report Lake elevation: 3,626 mean sea level Water temperature: 71-73 F PAGE, Ariz. — Striper fishing is very selective and bass fishing continues to get better. The pattern for fat and fussy stripers requires finding fish ...

OUT: Sunday Column October 05, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Wildlife managers always have turned to hunters to help control game populations. It’s surely not the most effective system and you’ll find arguments pro and con about hunting’s efficacy, from the disappearance of the ...

OUT: Sunday Column September 28, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

With a little luck, the state’s wildlife no longer will take a back seat to energy development. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission this week gave initial OK to a set of wildlife-friendly rules directing how and where ...

OUT: Outdoors Junkie Column September 21, 2008

By Ann Driggers

A few weekends ago, with the dog days of summer upon us and respite from heat top of mind, I was searching for a nice rolling trail run at elevation. Perusing a guidebook, I fell upon the Hay Park trail running 10 miles from the Thomas Lakes ...

OUT: Workshop on climate change offers ‘common-sense’ solutions

By Dave Buchanan

A workshop focusing on the effects of global climate change and its consequences on sportsmen and wildlife will be from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m Friday at the DoubleTree Hotel in Grand Junction. Titled “Wildlife at a Crossroads: Conserving ...

OUT: Sunday Column September 14, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

When Moffat County rancher Rodney Culverwell was convicted last week for his illegal killing in February of 16 elk that were feeding on his haystack, it’s hard to say who won and who lost. Culverwell, who maintained during his trial in ...

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