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College Fishing Losing Some Regular Competitors

By, Ryan Dentscheff The FLW College Fishing Series has been going on for many years now. The series is divided into northern, southern, southeastern, and western divisions. Colleges on each division compete against each other in attempts to qualify for

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Putting in the Time before the Hunt can lead to a Killed Turkey

By, Ryan Dentscheff Spring turkey season in Ohio is underway, and there is one strategy that will heighten your chances of killing a turkey immensely. Obviously having a good gun, camouflage, and turkey calls will improve help you kill a

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Bass Fishing the Spawn

By, Ryan Dentscheff The weather is warming up, which means one thing in the bass fishing world: the spawn is on. Here in Ohio, and other northern states where the weather takes until laster in the spring to improve, the

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Browns in Dire Need for Quarterback of the Future

By, Ryan Dentscheff Since the franchise’s return to the NFL in 1999, the Cleveland Browns have had eight head coaches, one playoff appearance (with only two winning seasons and an overall record of 77-163), and 20 different starting quarterbacks. They’ve

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Indians’ Early Season Contract Extensions for the Better

By: Ryan Dentscheff The first week of the season Cleveland Indians has officially come to a close. Finishing with a 92-70 record and a wildcard playoff berth a season ago, expectations for the 2014 campaign are high. There was plenty of

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