Bushnell

19 Jul 19
My Market

There are millions of them around the globe waiting for clutching on to some of the latest vital information circulating across the globe. The up-to-the-minute “Rifle Scopes” market report based on the growth and the development of the Rifle Scopes market is systematically listed down. The Rifle Scopes market report comprises statistically verified facts such […]

19 Jul 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Conditions for ocean fishing were mostly tolerable this past week despite a solid long period south swell and some blustery afternoon winds. The coming weekend looks to be much more calm and pleasant. There are plenty of “the usual suspects” fish, and don’t be surprised if we see some more of the rare desirable targets appear. Ken Stagnaro from Stagnaro’s Fishing Trips checked in with a hefty weekend rockfish report saying, “Saturday morning was the day to be out fishing the north end of Monterey Bay! Limits of rock fish for the festive crowd on (DFW) Free Fishing Day! 7/13 Saturday: 28 people with limits in the morning. Twilight/afternoon trip: 31 people with 209 fish. 7/14 Sunday: 31 people got 11 lings and 105 rock fish. 7/15 Monday: 20 people caught 101 rockfish.” The inner bay reefs near Monterey and near Santa Cruz are providing limits of rockfish for all who care to put in the time. Bigger fish and quicker limits are available for those who travel outside the confines on Monterey Bay toward Big Sur I the south and toward Davenport in the north. Halibut are slowly returning to the shallows as this pervasive swell declines. We received reports from Santa Cruz of flatties caught in 40 feet of water this week, and in 36 feet near Del Monte Beach in Monterey. Bigger flatties are lurking in the 50-70 foot depths, but they should move in also as the nearshore water clears. Anyone surfcasting or beachcombing in the Manresa area this week will have noticed a couple dozen squid boats lighting up the waters 1 mile or so offshore. The number of net boats suggest big concentrations of squid in that area, and we would expect to see some tanker white sea bass reports coming in very soon. Salmon reports have remained consistent this week. Most boats are averaging around a fish per rod. Generally, the fish are deep, holding near the bottom. Marina, Soldier’s Club, Moss Landing, the Soquel Hole and straight out of Santa Cruz are areas that produced salmon catches this week. Salmon were caught in depths as shallow as 120 feet. Chris Arcoleo at Chris’ Fishing Trips provided an overview of the Check Mate and Caroline’s experience this week reporting on Wednesday, “Salmon has been decent most of the time. We’re getting around one fish per rod with lots of big fish close to 20 pounds and a couple hitting 25. It’s pretty darn good fishing for me, I like it!” Arcoleo added “We’re fishing in the middle of the bay we’re not going anywhere and the fish are right on top. Last week we had days of flylining anchovies, using no weights at all. Today they were a little deeper. We’re fishing 50-60 feet down, and have 10 fish in the box already by 10 a.m.” Surfcasting for stripers is getting better on the north side of the bay. Anglers are dealing with dirty water and seaweed, but clean beaches can be found. The striped bass are also getting big and fat as the season progresses. Bushnell also operates Santa Cruz Kayak and Surf Fishing Guide Service. Please send your reports, pictures or questions to scruzfishing@yahoo.com.
19 Jul 19
Real News Reports-Start Your Day Here

Bargain hunters say they picked up thousands of dollars of equipment for under $100.Amazon Prime Day error put high-end camera gear on sale for peanutsDuring major online sales, too-good-to-be-true deals accidentally make it to storefronts. Often the retailer cancels those orders after realizing the mistake, but sometimes lucky bargain hunters actually get the goods they…

19 Jul 19
Orbis Research

The research study on Global Binoculars Market organizes the overall perspective of the Binoculars industry. This incorporates upcoming flow of the Binoculars market together with an extensive analysis of recent industry statistics. It describes the Binoculars market size as well as factors controlling market growth. Likewise, the report explains various challenges which affect Binoculars market expansion. […]

19 Jul 19
The Journal

“Market Scenario of the Night-vision Goggles Market: The latest Night-vision Goggles Market Research study involves some major activities to estimate the current market size for the global Night-vision Goggles market. It presents a detailed analysis based on the thorough research of the market dynamics like market size, growth scenario, potential opportunities, and operation landscape & […]

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

A comprehensive list of entertainment events in the Gainesville area. MUSIC Young the Giant and Fitz and the tantrums: 6 pm today St. Augustine Amphitheater, 1340C A1A South, St. Augustine. Tickets: 29.36 USD – 69.11 USD. (904-209-0367, staugamphitheatre.com) The Californian quintet and retro neo-soul group will perform. "Free Fridays" Concert: 8-10pm Today, Bo Diddley Plaza, […]

19 Jul 19
Kathryn Apel

Part One – Bootcamp The first weekend in July, with thanks to an RADF Grant from Bundaberg Regional Council, I attended the 14thannual CYA Conference in Brisbane, for authors of Children’s and YA books. I attended the first CYA Conference, in 2006 – and it has grown a lot since then. Not just in numbers, […]

19 Jul 19
BGR

Nolan Bushnell’s famous dictum about what makes for a great game is that it should be “easy to learn, difficult to master.” The Atari co-founder has told me that on more than one occasion, and it’s the mantra he used to turn the retro video game company he once led into a short-lived but beloved […]

18 Jul 19
FOX 61

HARTFORD — There’s a lot going on this summer in Hartford and this coming weekend is no exception. There is a Florida Georgia Line concert at Xfinity Theater Friday evening. Upwards of 70,000 people are expected to attend the 28th annual Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz in Bushnell Park from Friday through Sunday.  Cirque du […]

18 Jul 19
Google News

Atari founder’s Alexa-powered board game is out now  Engadget Nolan Bushnell reveals Alexa-powered murder mystery board game St. Noire  VentureBeat View full coverage on Google News

18 Jul 19

Stephanie Tinsley (Tinsley PR) Stephanie Tinsley is the final boss at boutique PR mercenary consultancy Tinsley PR. Prior to founding her own business, Tinsley worked on the PR agency side for brands like Atari, NVIDIA and Microsoft Games Studio. A graduate of Chapman University, Tinsley recently relocated from Los Angeles to Denver, Colorado with her […]

18 Jul 19
SlashGear

As smart assistants like Alexa become more ubiquitous, we’re starting to see some creative uses for their capabilities. Of course, Alexa is already capable of controlling your smart home or launching apps on your Xbox, but today we’re seeing a more unique application for her talents. X2 Games, a company headed by Zai Ortiz and […]

18 Jul 19
Google News

Atari founder’s Alexa-powered board game is out now  Engadget Nolan Bushnell reveals Alexa-powered murder mystery board game St. Noire  VentureBeat View full coverage on Google News

18 Jul 19
The Avocado

It’s the first (official) day of Comic-Con today! What are you excited for? What news do you hope to hear out of today’s panels? Who would you love to meet and show your screenplay to?   Programming (All times Pacific): 10:30 am – My Hero Academia (6BCF). Watch the voice actors arm wrestle some NFL […]

18 Jul 19
IPO EMPIRE

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18 Jul 19
The Art Of Chart

Atari founder’s Alexa-powered board game is out now – Engadget By Atari founder’s Alexa-powered board game is out now  Engadget Nolan Bushnell reveals Alexa-powered murder mystery board game St. Noire  VentureBeat View full coverage on Google News July 18, 2019 at 03:46PM via Top stories – Google News https://ift.tt/2LTd6ie