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5 Tips to Grill Fish

It’s okay, you can admit it: grilling fish can be intimidating. Unlike the relatively simple process of cooking steak or chicken or vegetables, fish can be a dicey proposition, always threatening to overcook, undercook, stick to the grill or just...

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Event Round Up: Fourth of July Fireworks

There’s nothing quite as spectacular as Fourth of July fireworks: the lingering smoky scent of the display, the thunder of the explosions, the stunning views of the rockets’ red glare. Fireworks are even more striking when they’re reflecting over a...

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Quick and Easy Fourth of July Cookout

 It doesn’t get any better than a summer cookout. Or does it? We have to agree that while the summer cookout is one of our favorite pastimes, it’s even better with the back drop of a sunset over the lake....

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The Definitive Fourth of July Lake Safety Guide

This weekend many families and boaters are back out on the water. But how many of these boaters are prepared for the summer boating season? Whether you fish, water ski, tube or just relaxing on the water for Independence Day, we want...

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Event Round-Up: July 4 on the Lake

Are you still making plans for the Fourth of July this year? Our lakes abound with family-friendly events and fireworks displays. There’s a little something for everyone around the lakes this Independence Day. Check out what’s happening on your lake:...

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The Reign of the Royals

Sometimes you don’t understand a word being said but you know it’s impressive. Take Tyler Royal and his sister, Hannah, who speak – and live – the lingo of wakeboarding. The siblings from Lake Jordan toss off wakeboard terms as...

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