Here an interesting contest that just got under way. Some anglers might not be too keen on sharing their favorite fishing spots with the rest of the country, but the winner gets a pretty hefty prize: Ask any angler across the USA the best place to fish and most of them will tell you about a hidden gem right in their own backyard. World Fishing Network is looking for nominations through a nationwide contest and awarding a $25,000 prize and more to the community selected as WFN Ultimate Fishing Town USA. From now through April 8, WFN is accepting nominations from anglers across America who feel their town should be chosenas the winner. In addition to national recognition and a $25,000 donation to be used towards fishing related causes, the town will also receive 10 WaveSpin Reels plus a tourism boost when they are featured on a 30 minute show on WFN about fishing in their town. The promotion is being supported by gear and tackle company Eagle Claw, and WaveSpin Reels. Charter Communications issupporting the contestthrough multiple marketingtactics, as well ason air, including a free preview of WFN for the month of March in the Northwest region. AT u verse will be supporting the contest by broadcasting promo spots on their barker channel. Baseball Hall of Famer and avid angler Mike Schmidt is serving as the national spokesperson for the promotion, appearing in promotional spots and conducting a media tour to encourage anglers to nominate and vote for their ultimate fishing town. Nominations may include photos, videos and essays about why any town should be the winner. To help spread the word and encourage voting, WFN will provide a variety of social media tools at the website. The 20 finalists, comprised of the two entries in each of the seven regions with the highest vote totals plus six "wild card" entrants, will advance to the final round of voting from May 10 31. The results will be announced in June at a ceremony in the winning community emceed by a WFN personality. 130690 012 Air Jordan 12 Cool Grey Orange 2012 ,Air Jordan 11 Ultimate Gift of Flight 302370 012 Johnny Kilroy Jordan 9 S 2012 Air Jordan 5 3Lab5 305381 093 Air Jordan VIII Retro Playoffs 8s 2013 314254 171 Nike Air Jordan 4 IV Retro LS Lifestyle White Tour Yellow Dark Blue Grey Black 130207 101 Air Jordan 1 94 Retro White Black Red 136066 041 Air Jordan 1 Retro Black Blue 136064 004 Women Size Air Jordan 3 Retro Wolf Grey Air Jordan 6 Rings Black Dark Charcoal LONDON, June 2 (Reuters) The vote for the hosting of the 2022 World Cup must be re run if corruption allegations surrounding Qatar's winning campaign are proved to be accurate, Lord Goldsmith, a member of FIFA's Independent Governance Committee, said on Monday. A British newspaper on Sunday claimed it had evidence that around $5 million was paid to officials in return for votes for Qatar's successful bid, allegations organisers have "vehemently" denied. The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) expressed "grave concern" at the reports, but said that Qatar would "do its utmost" to clear the doubts. Meanwhile, African Football Confederation (CAF) president and FIFA vice president Issa Hayatou categorically denied that he received gifts to support Qatar's bid, dismissing the allegations as "fanciful", "ridiculous" and part of a "smear campaign" against him. Goldsmith, Britain's former Attorney General, said that if soccer's world governing body was to weather scandals surrounding World Cup bids, it had to "to produce a convincing and transparent answer to these allegations". "I believe that if these allegations are shown to be true, then the hosting decision for Qatar has to be rerun," he told BBC radio. "I don't see how if it is proved, it is not proved yet though there is a case to answer, if it is proved, that the decision to give Qatar the World Cup was procured by frankly one can describe it in no other way as bribery and improper influence, then that decision ought not to stand." The man at the centre of the allegations, Qatari former FIFA executive committee member and AFC chief Mohamed Bin Hammam, was not an official member of the bid team and has yet to comment publicly on the allegations. lawyer Michael Garcia who is expected to report this year. FIFA, also facing huge logistical problems over the organisation of this year's World Cup in Brazil which starts on June 12, has declined to comment on the report, saying that the ethics committee is independent and referring all questions to Garcia's office in Washington. AFC said in a statement that its president President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa had expressed grave concerns at the reports. However, it added: "Shaikh Salman says hosting the FIFA World Cup in Asia, especially in the Middle East, means a lot to the continent and he is looking forward to seeing a successful FIFA World Cup in Qatar. "The AFC President is convinced that the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, will do their utmost to clear the doubts." CAF said in a statement that Hayatou "has denied categorically the allegations of corruption published by the UK Sunday Times in its edition of 1st June 2014". "Mr Hayatou will not allow journalists once again to attack his integrity and reputation. Such allegations are meant to discredit not only him as a person but the whole continent." If the unprecedented decision was taken to re run the vote, it is fair to assume that the losers in the 2010 ballot, who had already spent millions of dollars satisfying the technical criteria for a bid, would be in the frame. The convoluted way the 2018 and 2022 bidding processes became intertwined muddies the waters somewhat, but the United States, South Korea, Japan and Australia could all claim to have been most hard done by if any corruption was proven. The United States, who finished second to Qatar in the final round of voting, have said throughout the controversy that their sole focus is now on hosting the tournament in 2026. being their preferred choice as hosts. "From a CONCACAF perspective, our focus for the World Cup is 2026. We're committed to that," CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb told reporters in New York last month. The country invested A$43 million ($40.02 million) in their bid to host the tournament for the first time, though, and could find the political will to fund another attempt may be lacking. Football Federation Australia (FFA) supremo Frank Lowy, the billionaire who has overseen huge growth in soccer's popularity in the country, may yet decide to chance his arm at another run at securing what would be the crowning achievement of his footballing life. "We note these are very serious allegations," an FFA spokesman said. "We've been monitoring FIFA's investigations for many months and we'll be keenly interested in their response. But at this stage, we can only continue to encourage a thorough process which covers all the facts as soon as possible." South Korea co hosted the 2002 tournament with Japan and is gearing up to host the Asian Games, the world's second largest multi sport gathering after the Olympics, in Incheon later this year. 130690 012 Air Jordan 12 Cool Grey Orange 2012,Whipping out a cell phone in the wild is normally considered bad form. But sometimes you just can't resist. Summiting Stone Mountain on a late spring evening and watching the sun enjoy its last hour or so on the job is one such occasion. Located at the base of the Blue Ridge Escarpment, Stone Mountain State Park offers nearly fourteen thousand acres of room to romp. The park's 17 miles of designated trout waters are popular with anglers and its 600 foot granite dome is a favorite with climbers. And the campground is one of the fastest to fill on summer weekends in the North Carolina parks system. Whipping out a cell phone in the wild is normally considered bad form. But sometimes you just can't resist. Summiting Stone Mountain on a late spring evening and watching the sun enjoy its last hour or so on the job is one such occasion. Located at the base of the Blue Ridge Escarpment, Stone Mountain State Park offers nearly fourteen thousand acres of room to romp. The park's 17 miles of designated trout waters are popular with anglers and its 600 foot granite dome is a favorite with climbers. And the campground is one of the fastest to fill on summer weekends in the North Carolina parks system. This is a really great hike! It's a 4.3 mile loop with some incredible views from the summit and beautiful streams and mini waterfalls leading up to the upper falls. The old homestead is really cool, and you can sit and watch climbers on the weekends ascending the dome shaped rock there right beside it. If you're feeling frisky, check out the side trail to middle and lower falls. Lower falls you may have to take off your shoes to cross the creek, but no biggie. Very cool, and usually nobody on that trail. Make sure you're in decent shape, there are 330 stairs leading up to the top of the falls towards the end. It'll make ya feel the burn for sure! Also, check out the Widow's Creek Falls right off the road down past the lower parking area. Very pretty. And if you go to Stone Mountain on a weekday, you'll see deer everywhere in the afternoons. I've never seen them on the weekends, maybe too many people around. They're so cool, so try and go on a weekday when there are less people if you wanna see em. Stone Mountain is just a total favorite of mine. I love this hike!
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