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Contemplating the ‘net’ gain

My buddy Danny said I should start a website.

September 14, 2011 | By JEFF LUND “It’s a Lund-erful Life” | Sports Columns


Bamboo bonanza

Over the past couple of decades, I have collected antique bamboo fly rods. Contrary to popular belief, not all bamboo rods are valuable. Prior to World War 2, almost all rods were made of split bamboo. Some were excellent and costly, some were good medium priced rods, and some were cheap junk. South Bend, Heddon, and Montague were all rods that were comparable to Fords or Chevrolets. They were good serviceable rods manufactured and priced to sell to the multitudes. Lousy rods were usually made in Japan and carried no manufacturer's name at all, while great rods were individually ...

September 11, 2011 | By DON MOYER Tight Lines | Sports Columns


Just another day on the water?

When I was an 8th grader, standardized testing said I scored in the 98th percentile nationally in science.

September 07, 2011 | By JEFF LUND “It’s a Lund-erful Life” | Sports Columns


Wild food

These days it seems that lots of folks are concentrating on eating healthier foods. It seems like everywhere you look there are ads for organic beef, milk and vegetables. Heck, I'm gonna start looking for organic bourbon. You can't be too careful. Seriously, though, there are undoubtedly significant benefits to eating healthier foods. One source of healthy, organic food is wild food. Remember Ewell Gibbons? He was the author of a best seller entitled 'Stalking the Wild Asparagus' that encouraged folks to go out into the wild and take advantage of the abundance of wild plants that our ...

September 04, 2011 | By DON MOYER Tight Lines | Sports Columns


Making it up as you go

Saturday I was invited to be the seventh wheel on a trip to Yosemite National Park. I had the most experience of the troop so I felt inclined to provide historical background during the excursion.

August 31, 2011 | By JEFF LUND “It’s a Lund-erful Life” | Sports Columns


Sheer Will Power wins Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma

Team Penske has long been regarded as the standard bearer of excellence in Indy Car racing and on Sunday the team turned in one of the most dominating performances in the history of the sport by posting a 1-2-3 finish in the IZOD Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma at Infineon Raceway

August 28, 2011 | By DALE BOSOWSKI Racing Columnist | Sports Columns


Hunting & harvest time

While it's still pretty warm outside in the afternoons, I have noticed a cooling in the mornings, hinting at the coming of fall. Believe it or not, Last weekend was the opening of archery deer hunting season in California and it wont be long before rifle hunters also take to the woods in search of deer and bear. I know that a lot of folks hate to see summer go, but I love the coming of all of the seasons. I love the cool mornings that are the first hint of fall, the first frost that warns of the ...

August 28, 2011 | By DON MOYER Outdoors Columnist | Sports Columns


Getting what you might not deserve

Just like two weeks ago, every little bend with a pull-out on the Upper Stanislaus river was filled with a car.

August 24, 2011 | By JEFF LUND “It’s a Lund-erful Life” | Sports Columns


Old Roscoe

The headwaters of the San Joaquin are a delightful contrast to the muddy river that flows into the San Joaquin - Sacramento Delta. From its source near Mammoth Lakes and Devil's Postpile National Monument, to its first dam at Mammoth Pool, the upper San Joaquin is a wild and beautiful wilderness trout stream. It is completely unreachable by road and the only access is by horseback or by foot. The San Joaquin Canyon is several thousand feet deep and hiking both down in and back up is a serious hike. My wife Mary and I had spent several days camping ...

August 21, 2011 | By DON MOYER Tight Lines | Sports Columns


Hoping for fruitful fall on the water

Maybe it's wishful thinking, but I do believe I'm seeing early signs of fall.

August 19, 2011 | By JAROD BALLARDO Fishing Columnist | Sports Columns


Rekindling an old flame

Regrettably, I have rekindled an old relationship.

August 17, 2011 | By Jeff Lund “It’s a Lund-erful Life” | Sports Columns


It’s not easy being greener

No doubt most of you recall the hit song "It's Not Easy Being Green", by that famous star, Kermit the Frog. Believe it or not, the very first Earth Day took place 41 years ago in 1970. A lot of water has flowed over the dams since then and hundreds of millions of people all over the world are now more conscious of our environment. O.K. you might ask? What that got to do with me? In the decades since 1970, being green took on an entirely new and different meaning than simply being the color of a ...

August 15, 2011 | By DON MOYER Outdoors Columnist | Sports Columns


Good catch can come at unexpected moments

Over the years, I've been surprised more than once by a fish willing to bite at the strangest moments.

August 12, 2011 | By JAROD BALLARDO Fishing Columnist | Sports Columns


You can’t fish from the couch

Saturday morning when I couldn't sleep past 6:30, I decided to head east because even though the water would be high - still - and there would be a ton of people, I hate excuses.

August 10, 2011 | By JEFF LUND “It’s a Lund-erful Life” | Sports Columns


Ethics and respect for others in the great outdoors

One of the neat fringe benefits of writing an outdoors column is the responses I get from my readers. Thank you to all those folks who had suggestions for me on how to get the stuck musket ball out of my muzzleloader. Thanks too, are in order to all the folks who write or email me with observations and suggestions on my columns.

August 07, 2011 | By DON MOYER Tight Lines | Sports Columns


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NASCAR got the drama-free Daytona 500 it needed

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - It was a bumpy buildup to the Daytona 500, which for days was overshadowed by disputes, drama, an injury to Kyle Busch and the suspension of his older brother, Kurt.

February 24, 2015 | By JENNA FRYER Associated Press Auto Racing Writer | Sports Columns


Alpha Omega steals hearts with first event

RIPON – More than 70 competitors from Sacramento to San Ramon took part in CrossFit Alpha Omega Fit's first event over the weekend.

February 13, 2015 | Bulletin staff reports | Sports Columns


TIME TO SHINE

Don't look now, but the high school basketball postseason is upon us.

February 10, 2015 | James Burns | Sports Columns


Thoughts on Anthem, Super Bowl

Ever since I was running around in the mud under the bleachers during my brother's high school football games, I knew that someday I wanted to play that game.

February 03, 2015 | By DAVE CAMPBELL Local columnist | Sports Columns


Feeling no sympathy for Bryant, Cowboys

He had to be the hero.

January 13, 2015 | By DAVE CAMPBELL Local columnist | Sports Columns


Manteca FC tryouts for U7-10 boys, girls

The Manteca Futbol Club is hosting tryouts this weekend for its youngest teams.

January 09, 2015 | Bulletin staff reports | Sports Columns


Huckaby to manage Blue Jays’ Class-A team, the Lansing Lugnuts

LANSING, Mich. – Ken Huckaby has received a promotion.

January 09, 2015 | James Burns | Sports Columns


LUCKY DUCK

EUGENE, Ore. – In his five months as a student-athlete at Oregon, Jake McCreath has gotten used to the chaos and the frenzy that follows the football team.

January 08, 2015 | James Burns | Sports Columns


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