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Pennsylvania Angler & Boater Magazine
July / August 2011
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Feature articles
Memorial Day & Labor Day Fish-for-Free Days by Jennifer Bilott
Tying the Deer Hair Popper by Charles R. Meck
Hot Summer Bass Tactics by Jeff Knapp
Nets, Nets and More Nets by Marilyn Black
Personal Watercraft Maintenance by Carl Haensel
Welcome to Woodcock by Darl Black
Little Waters, Big Bass by Mike Bleech
Inboard vs. Outboard Jet Drives—the Pros and Cons by Chris Gorsuch
Susquehanna River Float by John Allen
Catfish from Docks by Vic Attardo
Brown Bullheads by Deborah Weisberg
Special features
Lower Susquehanna Abounds in Recreation Despite Bass Restrictions by Marcus Schneck
Big Spring Creek Habitat Enhancement Project by Charles McGarrell
Summer PLAY Newsletter by Miranda Smith
Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund: A Cycle of Success
Regular features
Straight Talk by Executive Director John A. Arway
Your Fishing Field Guide by Carl Haensel
Reflecting on the Water by Ron Kuhn
Notes from the Stream
Currents
Angler’s Notebook by Jerry Bush
Fishin’ from the Kitchen by Wayne Phillips
Cast & Caught
On the cover
Jess Caraballo caught this largemouth bass while fishing Lake Wallenpaupack, using a drop-shot rig over offshore rocks. Lake Wallenpaupack is one of eight Pennsylvania waterways selected for Cabela’s “Wanna’ Go Fishing for Millions?” promotion. Photo by Vic Attardo.
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