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The Buffalo News provides information on a variety of topics useful for outdoor enthusiasts in this edition, including the latest news, details on current fishing conditions, stories about how charter captains are helping others and more! See below for the latest details and links!

 

"Catching Dreams Charters turns wishing into fishing for young cancer patients" from The Buffalo News

In this article from The Buffalo News called "Catching Dreams Charters turns wishing into fishing for young cancer patients," Bill Hilts Jr. tells the story of Capt. Ned Librock. Capt. Librock started by giving charters to veterans and formed Catching Dreams Charters four years ago to serve as a nonprofit organization focusing on helping young people with cancer and blood disorders. Click here to read this inspirational story!


The Buffalo News Shares “Scattershots (July 17)”

In this edition of “Scattershots” from The Buffalo News, Bill Hilts Jr. provides details on some of the latest outdoor related happenings in the region. Topics discussed include “Huge Oneida Lake sturgeon caught,” “DEC cautions anglers to watch temps,” “3-F youth mentor pheasant hunt open” and “Deadline for deer management program is Aug. 1.” Click here to read more!

 

"The Fishing Beat (July 17)" from The Buffalo News

Bill Hilts Jr. provides updates on the fishing conditions throughout the region in this edition of "The Fishing Beat" from The Buffalo News. Bodies of water discussed include Lake Ontario, the Niagara River, Lake Erie and Chautauqua Lake. Click here for details!

 

The Buffalo News Shares the "Catches of the Week (July 17)"

In this edition of the "Catches of the Week," The Buffalo News shares photos and stories of several fish caught throughout the region. Species included are lake trout, brown trout and more. Click here to see!

 

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