Nonlead Ammunition in California

As we’re coming up on the feathered tailend of California’s general waterfowl season (the California waterfowl season reopens after the general closure just for young hunters in early February), hunters can look forward to some fantastic duck and goose harvesting with the arrival of cold and stormy weather. Dress appropriately and get out in those fields and marshes today!

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Pine Mountain Lookout in Mendocino National Forest reopens in April

One of the great opportunities that the United States Forest Service offers in California’s National Forests is the opportunity to rent Fire Lookouts for overnight and multi-day stays. The Fire Lookouts offer some of the greatest views you can hope to get – and you can rent these lookouts for virtually nothing!

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Rainbow Trout Stocked at Crystal Lake

Growing up at the southern tip of Orange County, in Southern California, there really wasn’t much in the way of ‘things to do’ when school wasn’t in session beyond surfing, spending time at the beach and … spending more time at the beach, surfing.  So pretty much every summer my parents would drop me off at the YMCA with a backpack, a sleeping bag, a pat on the head and a “have a good time!” 

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Jeep Brings 4xe Models to CES

The Consumer Electronics Show bills itself as “the largest and most influential technology event on the planet.” Every year thousands of people descend on Las Vegas to see the latest tech, as the world brings its best to town.

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How can I send manuscripts or drafts of my book to publishers without having the fear of my ideas/writing getting stolen?

First and foremost, you DO NOT send an unsolicited manuscript to anyone. All they’ll do is just throw it in the trash; no reputable company accepts unsolicited material.

Second, you DO NOT contact publishing companies. No reputable publishing firm accepts non-vetted material.

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