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  1. Some Water Warm, Some Cool

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    August 11, 2011 by wcobserver

    Well this last week I haven’t been having a “Debt Crisis,” but I have been having a crisis trying not to pass out while I am fishing. Water surface temps are around 85 degrees.

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  2. Freshwater Fishing Follows Saltwater Vacation

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    August 7, 2011 by wcobserver

    Sorry I missed you last week , my family and I took a trip to Gulf Shores for some R & R; however we did get some deep sea fishing done. We were about 30 miles out, fishing on a shelf where a shipwreck was, at about 200 feet deep.

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  3. Ivy League

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    August 4, 2011 by wcobserver

    Yes, that itch that is spreading in a rash form is what you think it is. Poison ivy has struck again. Redness, itching, swelling, and blisters, it is all happening to you. All because of that one little three leaflet plant. We know poison ivy can bring your summer to a screeching halt, so here are some tips to avoid the summer time itch.

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  4. Cache In at Devil’s Den

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    July 23, 2011 by wcobserver

    For a lot of people geocaching is a way to spend quality time with their family, a significant other or friends. Geocaching is a new type of treasure hunt played with global positioning satellite (GPS).

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  5. High Temps and High Water

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    July 22, 2011 by wcobserver

    Here in Northwest Arkansas water temperatures are in the low to high 80s depending on the time of day that you check it. Beaver Lake is at 1,127 feet, which is still about 7 feet over normal pool. Most of the lakes in our area are fairly clear.

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  6. The Mystery Box

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    July 17, 2011 by wcobserver

    “What’s that purple box for?” The most frequently asked question at Devils Den State Park is about to be answered.

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  7. Creek Walking

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    July 17, 2011 by Joseph C. Neal

    In early July there are serious questions about moisture. All is wilt in my yard. But as I head toward the Buffalo River’s upper valley, the sun is an iridescent orange mass pulsating pinks through a jagged green tree canopy, moisture-laden blue clouds scattered above. A cardinal sings fresh and new at the rise.

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