Archive for “May, 2007”

Bob Stephenson, Jr. – Remembering an Old Friend

Posted by: Larry Bozka on May 28th, 2007

            Bob Stephenson, Jr. passed away five years ago this weekend. Host of the Bob Stephenson Outdoor Show on Houston radio station KILT SportsRadio 610, the program is now hosted by my good friend Capt. Wayne Vinton, and on weekends, co-hosted by Capt. Bennie Hatton. Today’s it’s the “SportsRadio 610 Outdoor Show,” and the tradition [...]

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It’s Nice to “Own” Some Water (Second half of Previous Post)

Posted by: Larry Bozka on May 25th, 2007

I never was much at “The New Math,” as it was called back when I entered the sixth grade at Pearland Junior High. That, as much as anything, could probably be attributed to my propensity to pay far more attention to the upcoming weekend’s fishing or hunting trip than the given assignment of the day. [...]

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Professional Statistician and Forecaster Benjamin Moore is Doing a Number on Texoma Stripers

Posted by: Larry Bozka on May 24th, 2007

Part One of a Two-Part Series I get photos from Lake Texoma striper specialist Benjamin Moore on a wonderfully regular basis. If not for the affable angler from Grapevine, Texas, I wouldn’t know near as much about the big Oklahoma border lake’s propensity for producing striped bass … and specifically, the consistently impressive impact that [...]

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