Luring in the Lunkers

Without the right bait, fishing becomes a fool’s errand. Plenty of lures are…
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High School Champions

Reaching the pinnacle of a sport is always special, no matter the circumstances.…
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An Equine World Apart

In the early 1980s, people from downtown Columbia had the perception that Blythewood…
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A Bird’s Eye View

Fifteen years ago, Mike Finch attended an oyster roast hosted by his neighbor,…
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Searching for Sailfish

Twenty-one years ago, I began my quest to catch sailfish on a fly…
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Down at the Dock

Many of us have enduring memories of a family gathering at mealtime in…
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Paddle Power

For two weeks in February, activities surrounding Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea,…
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Forest Bathing

When an injury almost robbed him of his eyesight in 1867, famed naturalist…
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Shooting, Showing, or Both

What makes classic sporting firearms “classic?”
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To Play or Not to Play

Some question whether the current structure of America’s youth sports system, tailored to identify and develop its most elite athletes, does so at the expense of participation, fun, and life skills.
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