NBA-HAWKS COACH Budenholzer fined $10G ATLANTA (AP) Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer was fined $25,000 for making contact with an official. The punishment was strongly criticized by the referees’ union as too lenient. The fine, announced by NBA vice president for basketball operations Kiki VanDeWeghe, (VAHN’-deh-way) followed Budenholzer’s technical foul and ejection from Saturday’s 109-97 loss at the Cleveland Cavaliers. Budenholzer was given a technical for arguing a call. He bumped referee Ben Taylor after stepping on the floor and was quickly tossed. Budenholzer said after the game that any contact “was 100 percent unintentional.” The league agreed, calling the contact incidental. The referees’ union says the incident showed “a diminished respect for the game.” TOP 25 BASKETBALL-SCHEDULE Tar Heels look to rebound UNDATED (AP) Top-ranked North Carolina is in action after a stunning loss to Northern Iowa Saturday that knocked them off their No. 1 perch this week. The 3-1 Tar Heels play Northwestern as part of a nine-game top-25 schedule. The Maui Invitational tips off today with No. 17 Vanderbilt taking on St. John’s in a meeting of 3-0 teams. Third-ranked Kansas faces host Chaminde (shah-mihn-AHD’) and No. 14 Indiana faces Wake Forest. NHL-SCHEDULE Rangers relish home ice UNDATED (AP) The New York Rangers take the NHL’s top home record into their game against offensively-challenged Nashville as part of the NHL’s seven-game schedule. The Rangers are 9-1-1 at Madison Square Garden this season and have won 10 of their last 11 overall.
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It is crucial that you take proper care of your fishing line. You don’t want to catch a big fish and have it break the road because your line was not cared for properly. Remember to store your spools of line in a dark cool place. One common place where people store their fishing lines are in the vegetable bin within their refrigerator.
Go fishing at the start of the morning or in the evening, in order to, avoid the wind. The less windy it’s, the more accurately you’ll be able to cast your line exactly where you want it. Additionally, the bugs which the fish feed on are more likely to be active at less windy times, too.
If you’re new to fishing, it can benefit to learn the skill of patience. Fishing is not a fast paced sport, and you might sit for hours even before you get a nibble. Learn how to enjoy the peaceful time that you simply spend with a rod inside your hand and also the act of fishing will soon become an enjoyable one.
When fishing for giant fish inside a lake, make use of a strong and sturdy rod.
Not too many years ago fishing was the most popular sport here in the UK, in fact more people went fishing than watched football matches. The sport’s attraction has wained somewhat, especially amongst the youngsters whose lives would now appear to be totally controlled by social media and their mobile phone. The majority of them will never experience the beauty of our countryside, will never see the amazing range of wildlife attracted by our fishing waters and will never appreciate the peace and solitude that fishing can bring. Sadly, that’s their loss but for those of us who are addicted to the sport this website has plenty of information connected to fishing in the UK uk carp fishing.
In fact it took me almost 15 years to fish a 160 acre water only 20 minutes from my home because there were so many other options to chose from. In those heady days an upper twenty still created plenty of excitement but it wasnt long before a few of us found some waters that would consistently produce thirties and even a very occasional forty. This size range is still typical for many waters however a few areas have been discovered that have produced some truly exceptional fish in recent years. While some reported captures and weights have been rightly questioned over their accuracy there are now several authenticated captures of some stunning mirrors approaching 50lbs and a handful of commons that have come close to or even broken the magical 50lb barrier. Pawel Salomon 55lb 6oz However we have still not seen anything approaching the size and number of 50, 60 and even 70lb plus carp that appear on a weekly basis in the European angling media. There have been no formal stockings (with a few exceptions of some escaped or transplanted Israeli carp raised for live bait) since carp were originally distributed through out North America in the mid 1800s. At that time these early introductions were intended to be bred and raised to feed the rapidly growing population but poor aquaculture practices and a preference for other food sources soon saw people grow tired of the idea.
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