Fly Out House / Tatsuyuki Takagi Architects Associates

first_imgCopyHouses•Toyohashi, Japan Projects Photographs Save this picture!© Satoshi Asawaka+ 15 Share “COPY” 2015 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/770292/fly-out-house-tatsuyuki-takagi-architects-associates Clipboard Fly Out House / Tatsuyuki Takagi Architects AssociatesSave this projectSaveFly Out House / Tatsuyuki Takagi Architects Associates photographs:  Satoshi AsawakaPhotographs:  Satoshi AsawakaText description provided by the architects. This Japanese family home by TTAA/Tatsuyuki Takagi Architects Associates is arranged as a mixture structure. It’s low cost, but was realized an impressive space.Save this picture!© Satoshi AsawakaRecommended ProductsWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40WoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedThe site has a difference in height, facing the canal. The opposite bank of the canal has been running a typical heavy traffic commuting roads of Japan.Save this picture!© Satoshi AsawakaI made the volume of housing so as to put off the line of sight ahead of such canals and roads, cylindrical. We have created the inside-outeside space in its jumping volume.Save this picture!First Floor PlanLiving and the space became a mixture space, such as ”ENNGAWA” is a middle area which is a Buffer space to adjust the temperature and humidity. This space has won harmony with the openness and the surrounding environment.Save this picture!© Satoshi AsawakaBy also the only base part made by concrete and the cantilever structure be in general wooden structure on it.Save this picture!Second Floor PlanThe client is a family of mid 30s with a child. As the husband collects automobile as his hobby, a parking space to fit all three of his collection, and also a open wide living area with sense of building material, were requested. Save this picture!© Satoshi AsawakaGenerally speaking, clients in Japan will ask for a blueprint after land property has been purchased. However in this case, the client came to us before the purchase, so it became our target to bring the most effective cost between which sort of land to purchase, and the design to be build on top.Save this picture!© Satoshi AsawakaTo leave most of the budget on the living area, this project began by proposing a blueprint which will provide enough parking space, and create comfortable space by taking an advantage of less valued sloping land. Save this picture!SectionThus, this project can be considered a total design. The design not only for the house, but the original landscape as well.Project gallerySee allShow lessStanislavsky Electrotheatre / WowhausSelected ProjectsHouse in Chiyosaki / Coo PlanningSelected Projects Share ArchDaily Year: center_img “COPY” 2015 Houses Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/770292/fly-out-house-tatsuyuki-takagi-architects-associates Clipboard Fly Out House / Tatsuyuki Takagi Architects Associates Japan Architects: Tatsuyuki Takagi Architects Associates Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeTatsuyuki Takagi Architects AssociatesOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesToyohashiJapanPublished on July 17, 2015Cite: “Fly Out House / Tatsuyuki Takagi Architects Associates” 16 Jul 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogSinkshansgroheBathroom Mixers – MetrisVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ Cross HairlinePartitionsSkyfoldVertically Folding Operable Walls – Mirage®SinksThe Splash LabTrough Sink – Monolith A SeriesSkylightsVELUX CommercialModular Skylights in Helmkehof Cultural CenterBathroom AccessoriesBradley Corporation USAWashroom AccessoriesConcrete FloorsSikaDecorative Floor CoatingsMetal PanelsSherwin-Williams Coil CoatingsFluropon® Coating in Thaden SchoolWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodViroc Nature for Partition WallsMineral / Organic PaintsKEIMMineral Wood Stain – Lignosil®-VeranoDoorsdormakabaEntrance Doors – MAGNEOSinksECOPIXELWashbasin – Light Basin LTBMore products »Read commentsSave世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

4 surprising ways your identity can be stolen

first_imgThink you’re safe and protected? Think again. Here are some surreal ways folks have fallen prey. by: Geoff WilliamsYou bought a shredder the moment identity theft experts started stressing their necessity. You have 72 different passwords locked away in a fireproof safe, which is where you keep all of your personal financial information.But it may not matter. Thieves are resourceful and shrewd when it comes to stealing people’s identity. If you’re constantly on the lookout for new ways a con artist can take your personal information, you’ll want to stay alert. There are some rather surreal ways your personal information could be compromised.Your phone’s SIM card could be taken. This is a hacking con in which a criminal uses a SIM reader or scanner to copy the information on your SIM card, a memory chip in your mobile phone. Once a bad guy has the code to your SIM card, he can copy it and basically use your phone’s information to make phone calls for free. Well, it isn’t free, of course. You get to pay for those calls.It happened to John Glynn, a publicist in Scottsdale, Arizona. He says the SIM card in his Samsung Galaxy S4 was duplicated. He learned about it when he received his phone bill. continue reading » 32SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Keep calm, eat pork: Bali official changes tune, saying swine fever not confirmed yet

first_imgThe illness has killed over 880 pigs over the past two months. No deaths were reported in the past week, Wisnuardhana said.“It’s not a matter of whether it is [ASF] or not. The important thing is that there are no dead pigs anymore. The task is done,” said Wisnuardhana, adding that his team would continue to closely monitor the outbreak daily.The official’s change of tune could quiet concerns that the fatal virus will hurt Bali’s pork industry. Parts of the island’s population depend on pig farming for a living. The agency has been spreading public awareness that the illness is not contagious to humans and Bali-bred pork can be consumed safely. It is also presenting information about how to properly feed pigs and handle suspected ASF-infected pigs to prevent further spread Agriculture Ministry animal health director Fajar Sumping Tjatur Rasa said the ministry had not yet released an official statement on the matter as of Thursday. But just like Wisnuardhana, Fajar argued that seeking ways to mitigate infections was more important than declaring the causes of an outbreak. He added that the illness did not affect exports as the country was still “freely” sending live pigs from Pulau Bulan in Batam to Singapore with Singapore-approved biosecurity standards. Fajar estimated that the ministry was currently exporting 25,000 live pigs every month from Pulau Bulan while the country currently did not import live pigs.Statistics Indonesia (BPS) data shows that Indonesia’s pig export value was US$44.9 million between January and September of last year, up 9.22 percent from $41.01 million in the same period in 2018. About 14,893 tons was sent to Singapore in the first half of 2019, higher than the 13,194 tons recorded in the previous year.Farmers have complained that the unconfirmed announcement could ruin farmers’ earnings due to falling prices and low demand from the widespread worries ahead of religious festivities like Galungan, which usually causes a spike in pork consumption. Galungan this year will begin on Feb. 19 and end on Feb. 29.Bali Pig Farmers Association (GUPBI) chairman Ketut Hari Suyasa said on Thursday that Balinese officials should have waited for ministries to deliver an official statement as only ministerial-level officials were allowed to declare an outbreak.This is because lengthy procedures need to follow such an announcement, starting with the containment of pigs in affected areas and followed by the culling of sick pigs, which he estimated could cause trillions of rupiah in losses. “If regional officials are confident that the outbreak is true, how ready are they to mitigate the ASF?” Ketut said. “I don’t think that the decision was wise for the current situation.”Read also: ‘It’s safe to eat pork’: Bali launches campaign against swine fever outbreak with delicacies No pigs have been culled as of Friday and pork prices in the market remain normal, the Bali Agriculture and Food Security Agency reported.The agency’s head estimated that the deaths of the 888 pigs caused Rp 2.66 billion in direct losses at an average price Rp 3 million per pig.But Bali is not alone in facing the illness. North Sumatra has also identified pig diseases following an ASF outbreak that killed more than 50,000 pigs across the province last year. The epidemic also perturbed China in August 2018. It moved south to Vietnam, onto Luzon Island in the Philippines and reached Timor Leste by October 2019. It has resulted in the death of hundreds of millions domestic pigs, driving up meat prices and causing economic problems, especially in pork’s top-consuming country: China.According to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), ASF is caused by “a large-DNA virus of the Asfarviridae family”. While ASF is not a risk to human health, the disease can be transmitted to other pigs through direct and indirect contact, such as through “ingestion of contaminated material”.There is currently no antidote or vaccine, and the only known method to prevent the disease from spreading is a mass cull of the infected livestock.Topics :center_img African swine fever, a disease previously blamed for the deaths of nearly a thousand pigs in Bali, is now being called unconfirmed, according to an official, backtracking from a previous confirmation.Bali Agriculture and Food Security Agency head Ida Bagus Wisnuardhana said on Friday he only “suspects” that Afrian swine fever (ASF) killed the pig. The Agriculture Ministry will likely take another three months to obtain lab test results and confirm the source of the outbreak, he added.Read also: Bali confirms swine fever outbreak amid numerous pig deathslast_img read more

Syracuse men’s lacrosse opponent preview: What to know about No. 1 seed North Carolina

first_imgHow Syracuse beats North Carolina: The Orange already laid out a successful blueprint. Tranquilize a high-octane offense, win a steady amount of faceoffs to feed the ball to a deep offense and sidestep penalties that will draw out an average man-down defense. Syracuse did all of those things two games ago, but the Tar Heels should be better equipped to predict what they’ll see from the SU defense and again from Williams.A potentially underrated part of the Orange’s last win over UNC was Evan Molloy’s career-best play in net. He yielded only two goals in the opening half, and has repeatedly been praised as a defensive ringleader who communicates enough to ensure the defenders slide correctly. Molloy’s versatility outside the crease has also created opportunities in transition when Syracuse has cleared the ball.Numbers to know:7 –North Carolina scored the second-fewest goals they’ve scored all season against Syracuse on April 16. That was only the third time the team has been held to single-digits this year.9.08 – The Orange has done well to minimize the damage all season, allowing the second-fewest goals per game in the conference.39.5 percent – The Tar Heels’ conversion rate on man-up opportunities is the worst in the ACC, and that’s a nice reprieve for an SU team that averages the second-most penalty minutes per game.Player to watch: Steve PontrelloHe’s still North Carolina’s leading goal-scorer, and will likely have a better plan to take advantage of a Syracuse defense that could be preoccupied again by Tagliaferri. He won’t be forgotten about, and will still have to fight through the bulkiness of Brandon Mullins and the quickness of Nick Mellen. But Pontrello is the most likely candidate to break out for a big game. Comments The Orange offense was anchored by five points each from veteran Dylan Donahue, who’s long had a stranglehold on opposing defenses, and Sergio Salcido, who didn’t have more than five points in his career prior to this season. Salcido, a junior midfielder, tied Nick Mariano for a team-high three goals against North Carolina.Nine total players registered a point for Syracuse, compared to the Tar Heels, who were fueled almost solely by Michael Tagliaferri’s four goals. UNC head coach Joe Breschi said after the loss that his team struggles when the offense turns into a one-man show. Luke Goldstock also ripped off a couple goals, but Tagliaferri was at the controls with at least double the shots of any other player.The North Carolina report: Syracuse hasn’t run into many opponents with a more prolific offense than its own. The Tar Heels have one of the nation’s best, scoring 13.3 goals per game which paces all but five teams in the country. Anchoring the offense are five goal scorers with more than 20 tallies this season, including a team-high 36 goals by Steve Pontrello. Tagliaferri, who was one of several midfielders this season to burn the Orange, is actually the lowest total scorer among North Carolina’s top five.Part of the reason SU found success against UNC was a comfortable 16-of-24 performance at the X, but Stephen Kelly’s 59.5 percent clip on the draw isn’t a far cry of Ben Williams’ 64.2 percent. Kelly is what makes the Tar Heels go, as exemplified in the team’s miraculous late run against Notre Dame.Kelly won 7-of-10 faceoffs against the Fighting Irish in the fourth quarter, and punctuated his 19-for-35 day at the X with the game-tying goal directly off the faceoff to knot the score at 15. His skill set is on par with Williams’, who has spent his entire two seasons at Syracuse breaking the stereotypical faceoff-get-off barrier. After a season-long nine days of rest, No. 4 seed Syracuse (8-4, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) is rewarded with a rematch against No. 1 seed North Carolina (8-5, 3-1) in the opening round of the ACC tournament on Friday at 6 p.m. in Kennesaw, Georgia.The Tar Heels are fresh off a shocking win against formerly top-ranked Notre Dame, as UNC outscored the Fighting Irish 8-1 in the fourth quarter to snatch one of the most exciting wins in this college lacrosse season. The Orange attacked a much less heralded program, cruising past Binghamton, 13-5, on Wednesday, in a game that SU was winning 9-0 at halftime.But now for the second time in as many seasons, Syracuse and North Carolina will play in the semifinal of the ACC tournament.Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Friday night’s game.All-time series: Syracuse leads 14-7AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLast time they played: By the time Friday comes, the two teams will still be less than two weeks removed from a clash in the Carrier Dome that Syracuse came away victorious from, 13-7.The Tar Heels came in hot against an SU team that was 1-4 in its last five games, including three losses to ranked opponents. But Syracuse’s defense suppressed one of the best offenses in the country, and the hosts snaked out to an early lead it never relinquished. Logan Reidsma | Senior Staff Photographercenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 26, 2016 at 10:50 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossmanlast_img read more

John Deere Classic picks, sleepers, betting advice

first_imgWe got close to hitting another winner last week with Bryson DeChambeau. He looked like a lock to at least make a playoff, but then Matthew Wolff drained a long eagle putt on the 18th hole to grab his first career victory. Both Wolff, and Collin Morikawa — who finished T2 last week — have huge futures ahead of them, and they are both in the field this week for the John Deere Classic. The John Deere Classic is held at TPC Deere Run and will be the final PGA Tour tune-up before the eyes of the golfing world head across the Atlantic for The Open Championship. This is another weak field event — perhaps the softest field we see all season long. It’s telling that the top three in odds this week are rookies in Morikawa (16/1), Viktor Hovland (18/1), and Wolff (22/1). These three players have a combined 16 PGA Tour starts, making this week a complete toss-up.  MORE DFS: Lineup BuilderThe layout at TPC Deere Run is straight forward. Players won’t be forced to hit driver off the tee. Once in the fairway, they will be left with a lot of short iron and wedge approach spots. This is a prototypical “pitch and putt” type event, where the winner should be in the 20-under-to-25-under range.Looking back at past winners, we see that distance off the tee is virtually no advantage at TPC Deere Run. Short-knockers with strong short games such as Jordan Spieth, Zach Johnson, Steve Stricker, Brian Harman and Ryan Moore all have won here in the past 10 years. The formula for success is hit the fairway, put your wedge to 15 feet, then make some putts.Because the board is so wide open this week, I’ll be completely fading the top end in favor of some deeper long shots. Fading the young guns — who are all overvalued — is a prudent play, and there are plenty of players in the 40/1 —  and over — range who offer good win equity in a field this weak.Before we get into the John Deere Classic picks, we always like to remind you that plenty of strategy goes into cashing winning DFS lineups and winning betting tickets. I’m always ready to help, so check me out on Twitter (@DFSBenj) for even more NFL, NBA, MLB and PGA daily fantasy content and gambling advice.Key Stats for TPC Deere RunApproach < 150 Yards Par 4 Scoring Birdie or Better Percentage Par 5 Birdie or Better PercentageJohn Deere Classic betting adviceOutright Bets to Consider*odds via DraftKings SportsbookZach Johnson 40/1Johnson has been mediocre this season, but I love the value on his 40/1 odds at a course where he has a dominant track record. Johnson won this event back in 2012 and has finished in the top 35 every year since, with three top-five finishes. TPC Deere Run is made for a player such as Johnson, and I’m surprised his odds aren’t at least in the 30/1 range. I don’t love the form, but the odds here don’t match up with the elite course history.Troy Merritt 70/1 Merritt is flashing some form after missing a good chunk of the season through injury. He posted a season-best tied-for-seventh finish last week at the 3M Open and looked comfortable in his approach game. Merritt is frankly a terrible driver of the ball, but this is an event where he'll be able to club down frequently off the tee, similar to what he was able to do last week at 3M. He’s a two-time PGA Tour winner so at least we know the upside is there, which is more than you can say about the vast majority of this field.Joel Dahmen 85/1 We’ve bet on Dahmen a few times this season, and this is a great week to go back to him. Dahmen posted a ied-for-second showing at this event last season, and TPC Deere Run fits his game nicely. While Dahmen has been in a bit of a slump since his second-place showing at the Wells Fargo Championship, this is a perfect "get right" spot for him. He has putted well this season, and could contend for a win if his iron and wedge play returns to his baseline performance after a few months of struggles.Dominic Bozzelli 225/1 This is a pure deep bomb play. Bozzelli hasn’t flashed much of any form this season, but he tends to play his best golf on these short, birdie-fest layouts. He finished tied for fifth at the Desert Classic, a season-high finish. That was another event that placed a high emphasis on wedge play. Bozzelli grabbed finishes of tied-for-23rd and tied-for-25th here the last two years, so I don’t hate a tied-for-20th bet at +750.last_img read more

Medical evaluation of Jasprit Bumrah to be done after Diwali

first_imgAdvertisement dNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1ppsaWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ehpu7h( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) cjim1Would you ever consider trying this?😱hum3fCan your students do this? 🌚bx7pRoller skating! Powered by Firework Jasprit Bumrah’s medical evaluation will be held in National Cricket Academy of India after the end of this Diwali season. According to the sources, Bumrah is starting to recover from his injury in recent days and the assessment of his injury status will be done soon.Advertisement Bumrah is now out of the Indian Cricket team as he is having a stress fracture at the lower back portion. According to the experts, it was because of his awkward bowling action and pressure of playing consistently for India and Mumbai Indians in Indian Premier League. Virat Kohli and team management of India have filed several complaints about the stress level of Indian cricketers. However, still no steps have been taken to prevent this one.Advertisement Bumrah went to United Kingdom few days back to assess the severity of his injury. According to the doctors, Bumrah does not need a surgery and his fracture will auto heal in few days. Bumrah has started stretching and warmups since last few days. The team management of India do not want to take any risk about Jasprit Bumrah as the T20 World Cup is scheduled in the next year along with the away series against New Zealand.Neymar was willing to pay from his own pocket to force move from PSG!Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Hunt bound for another Saskatchewan winter, earns spot with Pats

first_imgIt appears Nelson’s Dryden Hunt is going to spend another winter in Saskatchewan.The soon-to-be 16-year-old earned a roster spot with the Regina Pats of the Western Hockey League.Hunt, the son of Karla and Jeff Hunt Nelson, had expected to attend the weekend session before whisking his way back to B.C. in time to attend training camp of the Westside Warriors of the BCHL.However, some impressive play during camp earned the 15-year-old Nelson Minor Hockey grad a spot on the Pats.Hunt, who came to Nelson from Kimberley, two seasons ago played in Saskatchewan in Wilcox at Notre Dame.Last season with the Kootenay Ice of the B.C. Major Midget League, Hunt finished the season scoring 19 goals and 28 assists in 40 games.The 5’10”, 181-pound forward suits up for his first WHL exhibition game Friday at home against provincial rival, Moose Jaw Warriors. Regina, entering a rebuilding phase, finished last season fifth in the East Division and 10th in the Eastern Conference with a 22-39-7 record.WHL teams are allowed a maximum of two 16 year-old players on the roster. Each 16 year old must play in a minimum of 40 regular season games. Hunt is not the only players from the Kootenay Ice to make the WHL grade. Jesse Knowler of Castlegar decided to forgo a chance to play for Trail of the BCHL, instead heading to Prince Albert Raiders.The Raiders are coached by former Nelson Leaf skipper Bruno [email protected]last_img read more

Saints, Team Price big winners at Christmas Classic Game

first_imgIn a bold move by Team Price coach Ryan Byers, he put in a “rested” Curtis Siminoff for the shootout which proved to be the difference.Siminoff stopped all three shots to lead Team Price to victory. Dave Bond came up with the clutch tying goal and shoot out winner as Team Price defeated Team Gorkoff in an epic Christmas Classic Game.However, the real winners that night were the Selkirk Saints hockey club that raised over $1000 at the event. Head of Selkirk College Athletics, Kim Verigin worked hand in hand with Christmas Classic organizer Bergen Price to put on a first class event. Price and Verigin want to thank everyone attending the event to support the Saints and the food drive. Team Price needed shootout to edge Team Gorkoff at the fourth annual Christmas Classic Hockey Game before more than 300 spectators on Boxing Day at the Castlegar Complex.The game finished tied after regulation time and overtime, requiring shootout to decide the winner.last_img read more

Kootenay Lake Fishing Report – Weather awful, but fishing great

first_imgIt seems like Mother Nature refuses to cooperate with some good weather.However, that didn’t stop fishermen from flocking to the lake for an exceptional month on the water as Kerry Reed of Reel Adventures Sportfishing discusses the past month and what’s on the agenda for May in this installment of Kootenay Lake Fishing Report.April was a good month. Not for weather, but at least the fishing was pretty good. And now that May is here, hopefully we will finally get some consistent weather. We spent a lot of days on the water regardless of weather, so here’s the latest fishing report:Kootenay LakeThe water is finally warming up and the fish are getting active.  We have been experiencing some good days lately with a fair number of fish being caught.  A couple really good days with more than 15 fish coming to the boat, and a lot of days with up to 10 fish being caught.  Things should continue to get better and better as the water warms up.  Looking forward to what the rest of May and June have to offer.Kokanee season on the West arm was successful.  This year the opening has been shortened to the first two days of April, May, June, and July.   And so far, the first two openings have been good.  In fact the latest opening on May 1-2 produced limits for most boats out there.  A lot of people were finished their fishing by 7 a.m. or 8 a.m.  Also saw some big Bull Trout being caught during these periods.  Bulls up to 19 pounds have been caught lately. Kind of reminds me of the old days.  At least the West arm is still alive.Speaking of alive.  It was great to see some life around Balfour while the Kokanee fishing was happening.  More than 50 boats were out each morning and the talk on the dock was encouraging.  Hoping to see more and more people out fishing during the next few months.Duncan LakeThe Duncan has still been fishing well.  Some consistent days with 10 or more Bull Trout coming to the boat have kept people entertained.  Most of the Bulls have been between 5 – 9 pounds, but I did see an 11 pound and 13 pound caught one weekend.  A nice change of scenery and a really good fishery to try.Also, since the water has warmed up, the Kokanee fishing has become good.  Hooking 20 – 30 Kokanee in between the Bull Trout fishing makes for a busy day on the water.Fishing usually remains good up there until the water rises, which will be happening fast now.Columbia River April has always been one of my favourite months on the river.  This year, we didn’t get out as much as we were hoping due to the weather, but when we did, it was great as usual.  Had some crazy days with 20 – 30 Rainbows to the boat.  And some slower days when the cold fronts moved in.  But thats normal.Most of the Rainbows were the usual Columbia size.  Ranging from 16 – 22 inches, with a few over 24.  Pound for pound, these Rainbows are some of the strongest fighting fish I’ve caught.  Being raised in the strong currents of the big river has made for some powerful fish.This fishery is good all year round, but my favorite months are April and May for the bigger fish.  So, looking forward to the next little while on the river.  Stay tuned……What are they biting on???Kootenay Lake Rainbows have been feeding on the surface lately, so we have been running the usual gear.  Buck tail flies and some of my favorite spoons have been working best.  The magic numbers for our flies have been:  # 210, 222, 226, & 234.   And my best action on spoons have been on the Gibbs ‘Skinny G’ spoons right on the surface.  Favourite colors have been ‘the cop car’, ‘irish cream’, and ‘no bananas’.For the Bull Trout, we have been catching mostly on the down riggers.  Although the warmer water temp as of late has brought some of them to the surface as well.  On the down riggers, my favourite set-up has been:  Gibbs Highliner flasher in the ‘guide series’ Lemon lime color, along with the Delta hoochie in the green oil slick color.   Also getting a bunch on the lemon lime flasher followed by the ‘no bananas’ g-force spoon.And for the Kokanee when it was open, we were catching on anything orange.  The crocodile spoons tipped with maggots worked well and for trolling we were using the Gibbs willow leaf and a wedding band with maggots.On the Duncan, we have had most success on larger spoons on the down rigger.  G-force spoons in Irish cream, no bananas, and trap shack colors have been great.As far as the river goes, our best days have been using the fly rods.  Sinking lines with wooly buggers have been producing a few.  Although the best method lately has been using a nymph under an indicator.  Almost every back eddie we pull up to has produced a lot of fish.  So, we will continue with those methods until things change.Spin casting has also produced a few fish.  And bottom bouncing has caught a bunch of rainbow as well as some walleye.Looking forward to the next month or two on the river.Salmon Fishing 2017And last but not least, we are almost full for our salmon season coming up.  We still have about 15 days to fill, so if you’re hoping to get out Salmon & Halibut fishing this year, you still have time.Drop us a line and we can help with your summer planning.Hoping to see you on the water.Tight lines…………Kerry Reed Reel Adventures Sportfishing Nelson BC 250-505-4963www.reeladventuresfishing.comlast_img read more

Vipers seek first win against BUL

first_imgVipers SC players training at Kitende ahead of the clash with BUL on Friday. Courtesy photo.FOOTBALL–After a disappointing draw away to 10-man Bright Stars in the first game, Vipers SC will look to bag all three points against BUL in their first home game of the season.Midfielder Moses Waiswa is set to return after overcoming an injury that ruled him out of the goalless draw with Bright Star on Tuesday.The Venoms will have to do without Congolese striker Mousa Clovis Mbayi who is still nursing a hamstring injury but winger Duncan Sseninde and teenage sensation Frank “Zaga” Tumwesigye are expected to fill the void after over coming injury.BUL head coach Kefa Kisala is eager to secure an International Transfer Certificate (ITC) for Congolese striker John Mwendu after his side failed to find the back of the net in their first game against Mbarara City.“Hopefuly we can secure Mwendu’s ITC in time for the Vipers game because clearly the combination of Shaka Ssozi and Richard Wandyaka didnot help in the first game,” Kisala said.The former Uganda Cranes assistant is also expected to ring changes with captain Hakim Magombe and right back Umar Mukoba all expexted to start.Vipers have not lost any of their last four first home games in the league (W2 D2) since loosing 2-1 to Entebbe Young in the 2012/13 season.BUL on the other hand have won only once in thier last six first away games of the season (L1 D4) with that win coming against Kira Young in 2014.Last season Vipers won the reverse fixture 1-0 before winning the return leg 2-1 in Kakindu.Bul have won only once in their six visits to Vipers (D1 L4). That solitary win was a 1-0 in April 2016.In the other game of the day, Soana will face the Bright Stars at home.Commentslast_img read more