Day: April 14, 2016

Slip-Bobber Kayak Panfishing

by Tim Moore Contributing Writer Warm water fish such as crappie, perch, bluegill, largemouth, and smallmouth bass all head for shallow water in the spring to spawn. Length of daylight is a driving force, but water temperature is the real driving force. The shallow waters that many panfish use to spawn are often too shallow

No Wake Wheat from Squam Brewing

As we struggle to climb out of this weird winter season, our tastes begin to change and our appetite for different beverages migrates from stouts, porters and big, dark beers over to milder refreshing thirst quenchers. Although there is an ever-changing, vast variety of these brews, hard ciders and such, we can always search for

Your Art Collection – Yes, YOURS!!!

By Kimberly J.B. Smith Contributing Writer In a previous column, I shared my thoughts on the mistaken idea that collecting art is only for the super-rich. It is true that there are wealthy individuals who attend high end auctions to spend millions for art. Yet that is only one scenario. There are many more individuals

WWI –Air Fights, Sacrifice & Drama

by Robert Hanaford Smith, Sr. Weirs Times Contributing Writer There was plenty of what might be called ordinary news in the Wednesday issue of The News and Critic newspaper of March 6, 1918, including political gatherings, sports events, NH fish and game activities, the weather report, church meetings, death notices, along with information about the activities

Burma: Chasing The Shadows

by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer UNITED NATIONS – A new dawn has come to Burma. At long last the political pariah state, also known as Myanmar, has ushered in a new civilian government in which Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has a strong if not formal hand at the