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Trade show participants hooked on umbrella rigs

If there was a common focus among the manufacturers’ exhibits at the 2013 edition of ICAST — the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades — it was the umbrella rig, or products like it. From the Booyah Bait Co. to the rod builders at G. Loomis, nearly all the major players and many small companies introduced some product designed either to mimic the umbrella rig design or facilitate its use.

FISHING REPORT

■ LAKE MEAD — Spinnows have been the lure of choice for many striper anglers in recent weeks. This lure has been productive when jigging in up to 60 feet of water. Those fishing the backs of coves also have had success with largemouth bass. A variety of swim baits have been effective for these fish. The best fishing is found during the early morning and evening.

Valley resident Ogden set standard for greatness

BALTIMORE — Jonathan Ogden spent his entire 12-year career with the Baltimore Ravens, played in 11 Pro Bowls, won a Super Bowl ring and earned a Hall of Fame berth.

Rebel venture: Donation creates student-run investment fund

Business students need a lot more than lecture-based course work to land good jobs after graduation. They need practical, hands-on experience dealing with the risks and rewards of funding, building and growing a company.

Desert Oasis, Cimarron stay alive in Legion state tournament

Tyler Burdett tossed a five-hit shutout to help the Las Vegas Aces of Desert Oasis High roll to a 4-0 win over Centennial in a losers’ bracket game of the American Legion state tournament Wednesday at UNLV’s Wilson Stadium.

 
Simpson wins parole, but has plenty of Nevada prison time left to serve

Former football star and actor O.J. Simpson was granted parole Wednesday on two kidnapping and three other charges stemming from his 2007 robbery of two memorabilia collections at Palace Station.

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