The Virginia Outdoor Sportsman Show will be back for a 34th year next weekend at the Richmond Raceway Complex.The show is now owned by Virginia based Royal Productions and will feature some new twists.“The show will be different from what it has been in the past,” said President of Royal Productions, David Posner. “The perception is that it is a deer and turkey hunting show. There are a lot of shows geared toward deer and turkey hunting.
Anglers who frequent the Chickahominy River got a little boost to their future fishing success as the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) recently stocked 114,000 largemouth bass fingerlings into the river.This marked the third year in a row that the largemouth population was supplemented through stocking of F1 fingerlings.
I got a call the other day from a young man – he's now 23, I believe – who I have known since he was a boy of nine or 10.Based on his most recent Instagram posts, I knew he graduated from college in May and had returned not long ago from what appeared to be a pretty successful tuna trip in Louisiana. I hadn’t spoken to him in quite a while and was curious, when I picked up the phone, to hear how things were going.
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