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Reader Photo: A hunter’s moon

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 20, 2021

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Boise-area angler smashes Idaho fishing record for grass carp with 46-pound fish

UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 19, 2021

A Meridian angler’s recent catch blew state records out of the water, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game said in a news release. Cris Endicott landed a 46.7-pound grass carp, a large freshwater fish species from Asia, while fishing the Snake River on Oct. 10 with a twin-tail bass jig. Endicott’s catch took the state weight record for rod-and-reel grass carp, but it also dwarfed the record for archery-caught and catch-and-release fish of the same species. Endicott’s carp measured 50 inches long — 10 inches longer than the catch-and-release record of 40 inches. The archery record was 39.5 pounds and 40.63 inches long.
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Scientists battle hoof disease with clear eyes

Scientists at Washington State University said their research into elk hoof disease is aimed at finding strategies that can help wildlife managers control its spread and that eradicating the debilitating illness is likely impossible.