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Don McDowell and the Shake, Rattle & Troll website provide the outdoorsman the opportunity to get the latest information on fishing , hunting and conservation with emphasis on Don’s efforts in working with the Arizona Fish & Game Department focusing on invasive species such as Mexican Gray Wolves , Feral Hogs , Gizzard Shad along with efforts to monitor and control wildlife populations. Don will show you the pro’s and con’s of wildlife management and periodically spotlight these efforts through guests on his weekly radio show .

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The rules are being changed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service about the recovery and management of the Mexican Gray Wolf.  Major impact on Hunters and Ranchers in New Mexico, Arizona and now Utah

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1966 NASA Document Reveals Goal of Engineered Climate Modification
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Teaching the world to tie knots since 1993! Featuring easy to follow knot tying illustrations and animated knots for tying over 140 of the best knots.

10 Signs That You’re A Tackle Junkie

You may realize that you, too, are addicted to fishing tackle and admitting it is the first step to, not recovery, but dealing with the madness!

As of May 27, 2015, new regulations mandate that ALL passengers fishing within 12 miles of Mexico’s coast and their islands must possess a valid passport. This applies to ¾ day and full day Coronado Islands/Baja coastal trips. No other form of ID will be accepted. This does not apply to freelance/offshore trips.

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13th ANNUAL YOUNG ANGLERS´ TOURNAMENT
PLANNED AT SHELTER ISLAND PIER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 2015
Anglers 6 - 15 will compete located at 1776 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego, from 8:30 to 12 noon. Prizes awarded at 1:00pm. Registration begins at 7:30am. For more information, please call the San Diego Sport fishing Council at (619) 234-8793.

Pregnant mule deer poached,
twin fawns found dead
Up to $1,000 reward available

Rim Country Fishing Report July 4, 2015
By: James Goughnour
Rim Country Custom Rods
TROUT: The AZGFD continues to stock thousands of Rainbow Trout each week in Canyon and Christopher Creeks, East Verde River, Haigler Creek, Tonto Creek, Willow Springs and Woods Canyon. Reported successes when using powerbait, salmon eggs, small crankbaits and small spinner baits. If you are a fly angler, dry flies in a cicada or nymph imitation were recently reported successful. Most trout fishing action is early morning and evening. Please contact the AZGFD if you catch at tagged fish. BASS: Roosevelt Lake is fair to good depending on the day. Summer patterns and traditional summertime baits are still producing good numbers and quality of bass. Baits recommended include Senkos, ribbon tail worms, curly tail and lizard imitations. And the areas recommended are the main lake points in 20-35 feet water which are popular for summer time fishing. The recent full moon made for some excellent night time bass fishing conditions. Experienced anglers are fishing those same locations after sunset but using darker colored baits. CRAPPIE: Reported to be fair again this past week. Most crappie anglers are taking advantage of the full moon to stay on the lake well after dark. If you're crappie fishing during the day, look for crappie near cover in 20-25 ft. A vertical fishing technique allows the angler to drop the bait into the middle of a school of crappie. Any 2" curly tail grub on a jig-head will work. If you're fishing for crappie during the night, a live minnow suspended about 2 feet below a split-shot weight is always the best bait for night time crappie fishing.

Don, Donnie and Patrick aboard the Malihini (click to enlarge)

Don's granddaughter Mylee tackles Mr. Whiskers!!
Aboard the Malihini, Don lands 40lb Blue Fine on Rod supplied by Rim Country Custom Rods [ watch video ]
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