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Nymphing is no longer necessary for anglers. The runoff has slowed and the fishing on the rivers surrounding the area is heating up.

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The Wind River Range offers a short window for summer hiking and climbing and right now that window is wide open. The only problem is that window has no bug screen.

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The Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club’s six-month search for a new executive director came to an end last week. The club will welcome new leader David Madeira, who Board President Bill Kucera said was well worth the wait.

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Wyoming high school track season came to a close two weeks ago in Casper, but four Broncs runners haven’t hung up the track cleats just yet. Kate Brigham, Wyatt Sullivan, Mac Staryk and Ben Williams are spending parts of the late spring and early summer competing against stiffer competition.

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On June 2 of last year Jackson Hole High School Activities Director Mike Hansen announced to parents and students that David Joyce would take the reins as the Broncs’ new football coach. Joyce spent his first summer not even knowing who would be in orange and black when the season rolled aro…

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This is Trail Talk for the week starting July 18. The News&Guide compiles reports on trail conditions from three major agencies that manage public lands in the area.

Turn here to find out where to go, which trails are not recommended and what to consider when venturing into the backcountry.

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This is Trail Talk for the week starting July 11. The News&Guide compiles reports on trail conditions from three major agencies that manage public lands in the area.

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Recognizing the wagon ruts deeply etched across Sublette County jolts me into marveling at the sheer pioneer toughness of those who once bet their lives and dreams on navigating the Lander Cutoff along the Oregon Trail.

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“Isn’t Jackson Hole supposed to be a hotbed of awesome athletes?” I thought to myself about 20 seconds into my first Rendezvous Mountain Hillclimb, an annual race from the base area of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to the top of the tram — a climb of about 4,100 vertical feet over 7(ish) miles.