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James K. Joslin

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Recent Stories by James K. Joslin

It’s Christmastime in Arkansas again — well, almost

posted: 11/27/2014 midnight Discuss

This is the day that is often thought of as the beginning of the holiday season.

Thanksgiving Day … it’s all about the turkey, right?

posted: 11/27/2014 midnight Discuss

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the River Valley & Ozark Edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette on Thanksgiving Day in 2010.

50 years in the making: Lindsey’s Resort nears half-century mark with uncertainty

posted: 11/16/2014 midnight Discuss

The first time I steered my truck onto the grounds of Lindsey’s Resort outside of Heber Springs was more than a decade ago. I had heard about this family-owned and family-operated outdoor destination since I was a child. Over the years, I had many friends, acquaintances and co-workers tell me that going there to fish the Little Red River for trout was one thing I definitely needed to add to my list of things to do.

Match the hatch: Sometimes downsizing can bring more bass bites

posted: 08/31/2014 midnight Discuss

I grew up reading the saying on the pages of publications like Field & Stream and Outdoor Life. I also heard it on outdoor television shows when anglers traded in their casting and spinning gear for tiny creature baits and long whippy fly rods.

Outdoors on the Little Red: Hunting, fishing show latest project for lifelong outdoorsman

posted: 08/17/2014 midnight Discuss

On a late-July afternoon, a longtime fishing and hunting guide is testing the crystalline waters of the Little Red River below the Greers Ferry Dam at John F. Kennedy Park. He hopes to hook a hefty “slot fish” or maybe something even larger — a trophy rainbow trout would do, but a big German brown is his ultimate prize. Many of his more-recent days afield have seen the guide trailed by a cameraman and fitted with a wireless microphone. His is the life of an outdoor enthusiast turned TV-show host. And while he is a half century removed from his first outdoor escapades, the outdoorsman is only a few mountains and hollows from where he was first introduced to the wild world.

Now is time for severe-weather awareness

posted: 03/02/2014 midnight Discuss

Their tools are barometers, balloons saddled with high-tech gadgetry and Doppler radars.

Now is time for severe-weather awareness

posted: 03/02/2014 midnight Discuss

NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Their tools are barometers, balloons saddled with high-tech gadgetry and Doppler radars. The functions of such items are as familiar to them as is our use of cutlery at a dinner table boasting steaks and baked potatoes. The people who utilize this equipment are the meteorologists of the National Weather Service, an agency of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Rules to fish by: Piscine pursuit one filled with sayings, standards

updated: 05/31/2013 10:52 a.m. Discuss

The fish engulfed the topwater plug in one bone-rattling moment. Then, it — the fish — was gone. That plug was gone as well, having fallen victim to a knot that unraveled under the strain of the strike. Mouth agape, I sat there in the johnboat in a state of shock. Mr. Roper, one of my outdoor educators, then calmly stated, “Just wait a minute. She’ll come up to throw it.” Those words had barely registered with me when a few yards away the bass hurled itself airborne, whipped its head about and slung the red and white Heddon Lucky 13 onto the bayou’s surface. Picking up his sculling paddle, Roper eased the flatbottom toward the plug, then began retying the trotline staging to the lure’s eye.

Rules to fish by: Piscine pursuit one filled with sayings, standards

updated: 05/31/2013 11:34 a.m. Discuss

The fish engulfed the topwater plug in one bone-rattling moment. Then, it — the fish — was gone. That plug was gone as well, having fallen victim to a knot that unraveled under the strain of the strike. Mouth agape, I sat there in the johnboat in a state of shock. Mr. Roper, one of my outdoor educators, then calmly stated, “Just wait a minute. She’ll come up to throw it.” Those words had barely registered with me when a few yards away the bass hurled itself airborne, whipped its head about and slung the red and white Heddon Lucky 13 onto the bayou’s surface. Picking up his sculling paddle, Roper eased the flatbottom toward the plug, then began retying the trotline staging to the lure’s eye.

Rules to fish by : Piscine pursuit one filled with sayings, standards-RVO

updated: 05/31/2013 11:25 a.m. Discuss

The fish engulfed the topwater plug in one bone-rattling moment. Then, it — the fish — was gone. That plug was gone as well, having fallen victim to a knot that unraveled under the strain of the strike. Mouth agape, I sat there in the johnboat in a state of shock.

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