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|Friday, September 14|
Google Adsense and CPG Nuke Dragonfly CPGNUKE (0)|
|Tuesday, September 04|
Kenai River Fishing (0)|
|Wednesday, August 29|
Pacific Ocean and Buoy 10 Coho and Chinook Salmon Fishing (0)|
|Tuesday, August 21|
Alaska Salmon Fishing Charters (1)|
|Tuesday, August 07|
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|Friday, August 03|
Summer fishing heats up across state; 'fall season' starts Aug. 1 on the Columbi (1)|
|Tuesday, July 24|
Ocean salmon season starts with a bang as other fisheries heat up around state (1)|
|Tuesday, July 24|
Anglers fishing portions of Puget Sound reminded to properly release wild chinoo (1)|
|Sunday, July 08|
North Western Rivers (1)|
|Monday, June 04|
Catch trout, salmon, sturgeon on Free Fishing Weekend (1)|
|Tuesday, March 13|
Fishing improves with the change of season (0)|
|Monday, February 26|
Head to eastside lakes for trout, Puget Sound for blackmouth (0)|
|Thursday, February 22|
Wynoochee January 2007 Hot and Cold (0)|
|Monday, January 22|
Western rivers (0)|
|Monday, January 22|
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|Monday, December 04|
Weekender Update November 29 - December 12, 2006 (0)|
|Tuesday, November 21|
Weekender Update November 15 - 28, 2006 (1)|
|Wednesday, November 01|
|Monday, October 23|
Steelhead Anglers Report in (0)|
|Thursday, September 21|
Weekender Update September 20 - October 3, 2006 (0)|
|Tuesday, September 19|
2006 Yakima River / Hanford Reach Salmon Reports and Ringold Steelhead Reports (0)|
|Monday, September 18|
INVENTORY BLOWOUT SALE (0)|
|Tuesday, September 12|
Lake Washington sockeye catch largest in a decade (1)|
|Thursday, September 07|
Weekender Update September 6-19, 2006 (0)|
|Tuesday, August 29|
Weekender Update August 23 - September 5, 2006 (0)|
|Sunday, August 20|
How to Catch Salmon - Marine Areas (0)|
|Sunday, August 20|
Slam'n Salmon Ocean Derby in Brookings, Oregon (0)|
|Thursday, August 10|
Weekender Update August 9 - 22, 2006 (0)|
|Thursday, July 27|
Weekender Update July 26 - August 8, 2006 (0)|
|Saturday, July 22|
Brewster Salmon Derby (0)|
Google Adsense and CPG Nuke Dragonfly CPGNUKE|
Posted by glock on Friday, September 14, 2007 (03:17:41) (9844 reads)
I have spent many hours reading how to implement Google Adsense in Dragonfly CPGNuke. To my disbelief, the information is limited. With that being said, Google adsense is a great way for webmasters to earn income while creating web pages. What better way for Dragonfly CPG Nuke to be used.
This article covers the basic concepts I use for implementing google adsense code into my Dragonfly CPGNUKE news articles. I do not consider myself a programmer and would consider this process very simple.
For starters, you must create a google adsense account with Google Adsense.
Once you have registered and created a google adsense account, you must decide where to place your ads.
There is plenty of information available on covering google adsense placement and this will not be one of them. The article covers how to use google ads in your Dragonfly CPG Nuke site. With that being said, lets take a look at a few options.
There is a simple piece of script available that can be used to place the google adsense code where you want within your news on your cpg nuke website. In fact, the code is so simple to use, someone should make a BBcode button to accomplish this tack. The banner you see to the left is a 200x200 square banner. This code was simply created by inserting your google adsense code in the middle of my script.
Notice how the text from this news article just wraps around the google ad? You can make this ad appear on the left side of the page, the right side of the page, and even in the center of the page. We could even put text in the middle of two separate ads if we wants. Remember, Google Adsense has a rule that you can only display three ads per page. Don't overdue it!
The Dragonfly CPGNuke code that I use is considered a floating format. Here is the code.
Pretty simple, huh? Notice where the text above says center? You can change this to right or even left. Here is an example of the code with right.
<div style=”display:block;float:center;margin: 5px 5px 5px 5px;”> INSERT YOUR GOOGLE ADSENSE CODE HERE </div>
<div style=”display:block;float:right;margin: 5px 5px 5px 5px;”> INSERT YOUR GOOGLE ADSENSE CODE HERE </div>
Google Adsense Ad below
Notice the 468x60 banner ad above this text and below the text "Google Adsense Ad below". This ad was created by using the following code.
<div style=”display:block;float:center;margin: 5px 5px 5px 5px;”>
INSERT YOUR GOOGLE GENERATED ADSENSE CODE HERE </div><p>
The above code snippets should also work with you PHPNuke , Post Nuke, and Blog websites. Remember, this is how "I" implemented google adsense into Dragonfly CPGNuke. More articles to come.
Kenai River Fishing|
Posted by glock on Tuesday, September 04, 2007 (21:49:11) (10782 reads)
Kenai River Fishing - Kenai River fishing in Alaska is one of the most popular and abundant wild salmon streams in the world. The Kenai Peninsula is known for world class fishing opportunities. If you're looking for a King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Red Salmon, or Trout, Kenai River Fishing is for you.
Visit the Kenai River in May, June or July for your chance to cath that trophy King Salmon. These magnificient fish average 45 pounds and it is not uncommon to catch King Salmon 60 pounds or larger. The Kenai River world record King Salmon weighs in at 97 pounds and 4 oz. Kenai River fishing is pound for pound the best place to sportfish for King Salmon.
In August and September enjoy the thrill as Kenai River fishing explodes when that 10-22lb Coho (Silver) Salmon, you just hooked into, begins its acrobatic display as it challenges you to a fight!
Kenai River Fishing run schedule is as follows.
- King Salmon (Chinook) First Run: May 11 - June 30, Second Run: July 1 - July 31
- Silver Salmon (Coho) First Run: July 25 - August 31, Second Run September 1- October 31
- Red Salmon (Sockeye) First Run: May 30 - June 25, Second Run July 10 - August 15
- Pink Salmon (Humpy) July 25 - August 31 Only on Even Numbered Years
- Rainbow Trout May - October
- Dolly Varden Entire Year
Kenai River fishing is a great place for that single angler seeking a King Salmon, or for an entire family seeking a Salmon adventure.
Members Map updated|
Posted by glock on Monday, January 22, 2007 (02:27:31) (9511 reads)
It was brought to our attention that the Google Members Map was not funtioning properly. We have updated the module and it now is working great. It also comes with some cool new features. If you haven't updated your location on the members map, please do so today.
The link is on the left under Member Map.
INVENTORY BLOWOUT SALE|
Posted by glock on Monday, September 18, 2006 (22:09:30) (9687 reads)
The inventory we purchased isn't moving as quickly as we thought it would. Because of this, we are currently offering our entire inventory at cost. This is a huge savings from retail prices if you need new tackle.
All products are priced to move and will quickly ship to your doorstep.
CLICK HERE FOR TACKLE AT COST PRICES
Weekender Update August 23 - September 5, 2006|
Posted by glock on Tuesday, August 29, 2006 (17:00:34) (10454 reads)
Check out fishing options but take precautions against wildfires.
Early September Is often a time of red-hot salmon fishing at Buoy 10 near the mouth of the lower Columbia River, new fisheries opening from the Puyallup River to the Yakima River and the end of the summer crabbing season in many areas of Puget Sound.
And, for anyone planning to spend time outdoors, it is also a time to be mindful of restrictions on open fires and possible access closures. With several major wildfires now burning around the state, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and many other public and private landowners have banned open fires on the lands they own or manage.
Salmon fishing has been slow at Buoy 10 near the mouth of the Columbia River, just as it was last year until the fourth week of August. Then, in just seven days of fishing, anglers caught 5,700 chinook. "The fishery could break loose at any time," said Joe Hymer, a WDFW fish biologist. See the regional reports below for other new fishing options opening Sept. 1, including those on the Stillaguamish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish, Skagit, Puyallup, Yakima and Snake rivers.
Recreational crabbers, meanwhile, should be aware that the summer fishery will close for a catch assessment in many areas of Puget Sound after the Labor Day weekend. Prior to the closure, the fishery will be open Sunday, Sept. 3 and Monday, Sept. 4 during the holiday weekend in eight marine areas where crabbing is usually restricted to Wednesdays through Saturdays.
Waters scheduled to close Sept. 4 at one hour past sunset include marine areas 6 (eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca), 7 South (San Juan Islands), 8-1 (Deception Pass to East Point), 8-2 (East Point to Possession Point), 9 (Admiralty Inlet), 10 (Seattle/Bremerton), 11 (Tacoma/Vashon) and 12 (Hood Canal). In early October, WDFW will announce the reopening of waters where the catch has not met area quotas. Areas not affected by the closure include marine areas 4, 5 and 13 and the eastern and northern portions of Marine Area 7, where crabbing will continue on the summer schedule.
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