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Chicago Sun-Times fishing report 1-30-08

January 30, 2008 at 11:00 PM

Ice fishing dominates Dale Bowman’s latest fishing report for the Chicago Sun-Times, which includes the following quotes:

“MISSISSIPPI RIVER: SAVANNA: Decent: Miller’s Sports Center in Lanark said best reports for perch and largemouth have been at Mickleson’s and for crappie and bluegill at Miller’s. Ice conditions are generally good.”

And this:

“ICE-FISHING DERBIES: Conditions look good for weekend events. The Walk on Water ice-fishing benefit—the $15 donation benefits the Andrea Lynn Cancer Fund—is on Bangs Lake in Wauconda from 7 a.m.-noon Saturday. Kids are welcome. Go to http://www.icebenefit.com . ... The North American Ice Fishing Championship Series’ Illinois qualifier is on Channel Lake on Sunday. It’s $120 per team. Call (320) 252-0428.”

Click here to read the entire report.

 

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Hi, my name is Kim Francis from Warren, Illinois.  How coincidental that your web page was on the same page of the Freeport Journal Standard.  You see, a proposed mega factory farm, owned by a California investor, is trying to bring in 10,000 plus cows to Jo Daviess County, Nora, Illinois.  These mega factory farms are also known as CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations).  This proposed investor will have nearly 70 acres of untreated manure holding ponds.  The Jo Daviess Planning and Development Committee meeting held at the Galena Courthouse Thursday evening voted 4 to 3 against the factory farm.  Their recommendations will now go to the full county board on February 11, 2008.  Unfortunately, the Livestock Management Facilities Act has taken away alot of local control with the deciding of such factories.  Concerned citizens of Jo Daviess County, family farmers and community members, have organized a nonprofit group called H.O.M.E.S. (Helping Others Maintain Environmental Standards)  This proposed factory farm, if allowed in our county, will be the biggest one in the State of Illinois.  Factory farms of this mega size create all kinds of pollution problems, mainly to our water, air, and land.  Most of these mega factory farms are moving out of California because rules and laws are becoming more strict.  H.O.M.E.S. is committed to keep this factory farm out of Jo Daviess County.

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