1. The Detroit River Spring Walleye Report: April 27, 2009

    Monday April 27 The annual spring walleye run is approaching the mid point and the fishing is excellent. On good days clients are able to limit out but not much more...

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  2. Detroit Lions: 2009 Draft Reaction and Analysis

    The draft started as expected, with the selection of Matthew Stafford. After that, it was quite unexpected for most fans. The selection of Brandon Pettigrew at the No. 20 spot received mixed reviews...

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  3. If I Was the Top NFL Draft Pick...

    A draft rumor is swirling about Aaron Curry and the Detroit Lions. Rumor has it that the Lions have a contract in place if they choose to select Curry No. 1 overall...

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  4. Detroit Lions: Draft Chaos

    Each pick in the NFL draft has a ripple effect on the remaining selections. Relate it to the Butterfly Effect. Many of have heard this story, a butterfly flaps its wings in one part of the world ...

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  5. Detroit Lions Draft and Offseason Analysis: The Quarterback Edition

    Of all the draft debates being heard over the past few months, none has been more heated, more argued, and more polar, than the debate over the No. 1 pick. It’s always a significant topic of discussion, but this year has been especially interesting.

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  6. Detroit Lions: Needs Analysis, The Draft, and My Pipe Dream

    The Detroit Lions began the process of rebuilding in the middle of the 2008 season by firing general manager Matt Millen. Milen was replaced by Martin Mayhew and revamping the roster began immediately...

    David McClure Written by David McClure about over 5 years ago 1,118 reads 24 comments

  7. The Detroit Lions' Most Important Draft Day Decision: Which Hole Is Left?

    The draft will be here and gone before we know it, and a full summer of practice and speculation will begin. In Detroit, at least in recent years, the question looming has been “Can they turn it around this year?”...

    David McClure Written by David McClure about over 5 years ago 442 reads 14 comments

  8. Bass Fishing: 25 of the Best Locations in the USA

    Bass fishing has become as much of a pastime as baseball in America these days, or so it would seem. Americans are very blessed to have so many locations to go find bass in every state in the Union except Alaska...

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  9. Spring is for Whitetail Hunting: Get Prepared for Fall Now with These Tips

    For many of us spring means it's time to go fishing or perhaps lock for a big tom. For the die hard white tail hunter, though, spring has a whole different meaning. It means that it's time to lay the ground work for success this fall...

    David McClure Written by David McClure about over 5 years ago 355 reads 8 comments

  10. Detroit Lions Deciding on the No. 1 Draft Pick: It's Stafford's Spot to Lose

    The Detroit Lions have been on the clock for some time now. Football fans across the country have been watching free agency for nearly a month to try and get an idea as to what they're planning...

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  11. Hall-of-Fame Owner William (Bill) Davidson Dies at 86

    Mar. 14, 2009. Bill Davidson passed away last night. Bill, or Mr. D, as he is sometimes called, was, in my opinion, the greatest professional sports owner that we have known...

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  12. Jay Cutler Wants Out of Denver and the Detroit Lions Have the Solution

    It's no secret what is going on in Denver. Jay Cutler is not happy and trade rumors abound. Detroit has been a consistent target of these trade rumors since there involvement in a potential trade with Kansas City and New England...

    David McClure Written by David McClure about over 5 years ago 1,579 reads 59 comments

  13. Spring Fishing in Southeast Michigan: The Best Places Are Easy To Find

    Michigan is known as a great state to go fishing year round. It contains more fresh water access than any other state and is home to a great diversity of species...

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  14. Detroit Lions Draft Scenarios: Looking at All the Options

    One thing Martin Mayhew said, after being promoted to General Manager of the Detroit Lions, was that he felt the Lions shared to much information about what decisions they were making and what direction they were moving in...

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  15. Detroit Lions Add Another Starter to the Secondary

    Detroit has landed Philip Buchanon, a free agent out of Tampa Bay, on a two-year deal worth approximately $8.5 million. At 5'11" and weighing in at 186 lbs. Buchanon recorded 52 tackles last season for the Bucs...

    David McClure Written by David McClure about over 5 years ago 348 reads 31 comments

  16. Detroit Lions Are Signing Tennessee Starters Instead of Tampa Bay Backups

    Last year the dreaded Tampa Two defense was being made a mockery of every Sunday. The culprits? Tampa Bay back up players dressed in Lions uniforms. This year, the Lions appear to be trying something different for a change...

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  17. NFL Draft: Linebacker Size Is Not That Important

    Linebackers in the Draft are separated by which position they will fit best in. Most prospects under 240 pounds are considered to be weak-side prospects...

    David McClure Written by David McClure about over 5 years ago 12,738 reads 19 comments

  18. Detroit Lions: Getting the Offseason Right

    Many people feel the Detroit Lions don't have a prayer when it comes to turning things around. At least not any time soon. The Lions off-season began around the third week of 2008 season and is still very active today...

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  19. When Will The Detroit Red Wings Fix Their Goalie Problems?

    For as long as I can remember, Detroit has been a solid hockey club. Multiple Stanley Cup wins and record-setting win numbers would have many argue that they were the best team in hockey since at least the early 1990s, longer than that...

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  20. The 2009 Bassmaster Classic: Skeet Reese Finally Wins It All

    Feb. 22, 2009 Skeet Reese has finally won his first Classic. He has come as close as six ounces from a Classic win in past years. Reese used a 3/8 ounce Lucky Craft Redemption Spinnerbait and a Berkeley Crazy Legs Chigger Craw to catch 16 lbs...

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  21. The Top 10 Bass Fishing Lures for 2009

    The sport of bass fishing has grown in popularity and is one of the worlds favorite underwater species. With the increase in popularity there has been an increase in both creativity and innovation when it comes to lure presentations...

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  22. The Detroit Lions "Historical" Season in Review

    A perfect preseason, followed by a perfect off season equals history made. The Detroit Lions started the year off with a surprising showing in the preseason. Winning four games and going undefeated...

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  23. 2009 NFL Team Needs Analysis Second Edition: AFC North

    The Pro Bowl has ended, signifying the end of the 2008 NFL season. The best athletes from the NFL have finished their Mojitos and have left the beaches. Thus, begins the offseason...

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  24. Detroit Pistons: It's All About Leadership

    It very common these days to hear that you need a superstar to win in the NBA. In 2004, the Detroit Pistons went against the grain and won without a superstar...

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  25. 2009 NFL Team Needs Analysis First Edition: NFC North

    The Pro Bowl is coming up soon signifying the end of the 2008 football season. Once the best athletes from the NFL finish up their Mojito's and leave the beaches the off season will be in full swing...

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