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Outdoor Journal: Fishing a cure for cabin fever

Trout season opens on Monday

Thursday, March 28, 2013
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For decades, northeast outdoorsmen and women have been plagued by an seasonal epidemic illness known as “cabin fever.” It usually begins to fester not long after the New York state big-game season ends and continues to rise for several months. Those who walk on water also get it, but less severely. Research has not been able to find a vaccine or medic­ation, but it does have a very strange remedy, especially for anglers....

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