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Hybrid Flurry - the IRRESISTABLE wigglin' minnow. The HYBRID FLURRY is by far the most bite gettin', fish foolin' wigglin' minnow bait I've ever used. There's just something about the vibration this bait transmits that literally DRIVES fish to strike more violently than other baits. It's designer tells me the secret is in the plastics selected for this gummy bait. Not too soft and not too hard. The minnow's massive tail truly beats out a rhythm in the water big fish can't stand to ignore. Its a guides' favorite and once you try them, it'll be yours too. I recommend starting with a variety of green colors and working out from there. You'll be amazed at the Flurry's action and the savage bites this bait produces.Visit the website
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Kirkwood Mountain Resort. Kirkwood Mountain Resort is a ski and snowboard resort in Kirkwood, California to the south of Lake Tahoe. Kirkwood is one of the larger resorts in the Lake Tahoe region, and is well known for having one of the highest average snowfalls and a broad selection of advanced terrain. The mountain is unique in that it has 2 miles (3.2 km) of ridgeline at the top. This makes Kirkwood popular for cliff drops and cornice skiing. Kirkwood received an impressive 804 inches (20.5 m) of snow during the 2005 / 2006 ski season. Although Kirkwood defiantly has some of the best snow conditions in the Tahoe region, due in part to its high elevation compared to other resorts, the marketing staff is consistently caught exaggerating the actual daily and storm conditions.Kirkwood is approximately 33 miles (53 km) south of Stateline, Nevada and South Lake Tahoe on State Route 88 and is contained within the Eldorado National Forest. The majority of the ski resorts in the Lake Tahoe region are on the northern end of the lake, near Truckee, California and Reno, Nevada. Kirkwood, Sierra-at-Tahoe and Heavenly are located on the southern side of the lake, approximately 80 miles (129 km) from Reno.Visit the website
RSN - Resort TV. RSN is a national television network that specializes in creating and distributing outdoor content to America's premier resorts, including more than 125 mountain and beach destinations across the country. RSN features local programming designed to provide information pertaining to recreation and entertainment options specific to those resorts. RSN launched in 1985 with a goal to create a nationwide network of television stations serving mountain resorts. Resort operators quickly embraced the RSN concept because of the company's ability to provide unique, high-quality content that appealed to both residents and visitors of these destination areas. Premium advertisers also responded to the concept because RSN created a new network that demonstrated it was effective in reaching an attractive, and otherwise hard-to-reach, audience. Today, RSN has expanded from its ski resort roots to include year round mountain and beach markets across North America. From exciting destinations such as Aspen, Vail, Lake Tahoe, Park City, Sun Valley, Killington, Mount Snow, Key West, and Myrtle Beach, RSN is able to reach unique audiences in their favorite places to play.Visit the website
Trout Unlimited. Today TU is a national organization with more than 150,000 volunteers organized into about 400 chapters from Maine to Montana to Alaska. This dedicated grassroots army is matched by a respected staff of lawyers, policy experts and scientists, who work out of more than 30 offices nationwide. These conservation professionals ensure that TU is at the forefront of fisheries restoration work at the local, state and national levels. The organization remains committed to applying "the very best information and thinking available" in its conservation work and has developed cutting-edge tools such as the Conservation Success Index (CSI), a sophisticated framework for assessing the health of coldwater fish species throughout their native range. Whether this range encompasses a few hundred miles or multiple states, the CSI helps the organization target its efforts toward those populations most in need of protection or restoration. The CSI also enables TU to measure its progress in achieving the bold goals laid out in its mission and vision. These goals require the organization to work at increasingly larger scales, and to collaborate with other conservation interests, local communities and state and federal partners to begin to rebuild the natural resiliency of watersheds. Such efforts are crucial if North America's trout and salmon are to survive climate change and the host of threats facing them at the start of the 21st century.Visit the website
IGFA, International Fishing Game Association. IGFA's objectives are founded on the beliefs that game fish species, related food fish, and their habitats are economic, social, recreational, and aesthetic assets which must be maintained, wisely used and perpetuated; and that the sport of angling is an important recreational, economic, and social activity which the public must be educated to pursue in a manner consistent with sound sporting and conservation practices.Visit the website