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  • Ray Scott, founder of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, stands on his property in Hope Hull, Ala., on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. The outdoor maven made his name with fishing tournaments, publications and television shows. But that wasn't why a group from New York traveled to his Pintlala property last week. Four years ago, Scott stumbled across an article in Outdoor Life that listed his Presidents Lake near Montgomery as one of the top five fishing spots in the nation. "I thought, 'My gosh, that's incredible,'" he said. "I could use that as promotional material." Now his Trophy Bass Retreat is "booked pretty much solid, wall-to-wall" with groups paying nearly $2,000 for two days of fishing and three nights on the property.  (AP Photo/Montgomery Advertiser, Amanda Sowards)

    Fishing group founder expands marketing ventures

    Decades after he sold the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, founder Ray Scott still has plenty of big ideas about how to make money doing what he loves. And he still knows how to bait a hook.

  • A protester carries a sign and wears a pin during a pro-coal rally in front of the state Capitol, in Denver, Wednesday Oct. 30, 2013. Various industry groups came together for the protest Wednesday, while nearby the Environmental Protection Agency held hearings on future rules to stem emissions from existing power plants, in one of 11 meetings being held across the country. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

    Coal advocates press case to EPA

    Environmental Protection Agency officials received an earful at Wednesday's listening-tour stop in Denver as most speakers urged the agency to stop what they described as the Obama administration's war on the coal industry.

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