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By PHIL POTTER If you want to hear a collective whine, just mention school is almost starting. Both kids and parents will voice their angst unless you offer fun ways to wrap up the rest of the summer or give a glimmer of hope for the coming weekends.
By JIM MORRIS OUTDOORS A twoday training program exclusively for women interested in boating is scheduled for Saturday, July 19, and Sunday at the Gander Mountain store in Huber Heights.
The longnose gar, Lepisosteus osseus, is a type of primitive ray-finned fish also known as the needlenose gar. This gar's snout is very long and it has a narrow beak which contains many large teeth. Its body is long and cylindrical, and covered with diamond-shape scales. Adults are about 24-40 inches and weigh 1-7 pounds; they have been known to grow to 49 inches and 25 pounds. Food They usually eat minnows and gizzard shad. Biology You can usually find Longnose Gar in...
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