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ADVENTURE PASS AVAILABLE

OGDEN — The Ogden/Weber Convention and Visitors Bureau is offering families an inexpensive way to reconnect and experience the area's attractions this summer with the 2010 Ogden Adventure Pass.

The pass provides admission into 10 of northern Utah's most popular venues, as well as discounts to many businesses. It may be used all summer and is available from now through Labor Day.

The pass is $25 and is available for purchase at www.ogdenadventurepass.com. The package provides a savings of up to $50 per person.

The pass grants admission to the following places: the George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park, the Treehouse Children's Museum, the Ogden Nature Center, Fort Buenaventura, Ogden's Union Station Museums (John M. Browning Firearms Museum, Utah State Railroad Museum and Browning-Kimball Car Museum), iROCK (a 55 -foot climbing wall), the Hill Aerospace Museum, and Fat Cats at the Salomon Center — a free one-time fun package that includes one game of bowling, one round of miniature golf, one bumper car ride, a mini pizza and a regular drink.

The pass also provides discounts and promotional offers to many other Ogden-area restaurants and venues, including reserved seating at an Ogden Raptors' game, and discounts to iFLY Utah indoor skydiving and Flowrider indoor surfing.

For additional information, go to www.ogdenadventurepass.com or call 801-778-6250 or toll free at 1-866-867-8824.

RAINBOWS AT BEAR LAKE

GARDEN CITY — For the first time in 24 years, you might feel a rainbow trout tugging on your fishing line at Bear Lake.

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources stocked about 5,000 rainbows in the lake in late May and will stock about 5,000 more of the fish before the July 4 weekend.

The rainbow trout — which are about 10 inches long when stocked — are sterile rainbows that can't reproduce.

Because a limited number of sterile rainbows are available this year, and because Bear Lake is a large lake, it would be difficult for anglers to catch them if the fish were stocked in several places. For that reason, all of the 10,000 fish will be stocked at one place — the Bear Lake State Park Marina near Garden City.

Scott Tolentino, UDWR aquatic project leader at Bear Lake, said the rainbows will feed mostly on terrestrial insects that blow onto the surface of the water.

"They should be readily available for just about anyone who has a fishing rod," he said. "Both shoreline and boat anglers should find good success."

Good methods to catch the rainbows with include using Powerbait, worms, flies or lures, such as small spinners and spoons.

For more information, call the DWR's Bear Lake field office at 435-946-8501.

CLEARFIELD RACE JULY 4

CLEARFIELD — Registration is under way for the annual Clearfield City Freedom 5K Run/2-Mile Walk, which will take place on Saturday, July 3, at 7 a.m.

The race begins at the Clearfield City municipal building, located at 55 S. State Street, and winds through the streets of Clearfield to kick off the annual Clearfield City Fourth of July Celebration.

The pre-registration fee for those ages 13 and over is $15 for those who register by June 25. After that, and on race day, the fee is $18. For children ages 12 and under, the fee is $10. Registration for all ages includes a T-shirt and an opportunity to win from a large assortment of door prizes.

For more information and to register, visit Clearfield City's Community Services online recreation registration website: www.reconline.org, call Community Services at 801-525-2790, or register in person at either Clearfield Community Services, 55 S. State Street, or the Clearfield Aquatic Center, 825 S. State Street.

WILDLIFE BOARD MEETING

SALT LAKE CITY — Members of the Utah Wildlife Board should take action on several items when they meet today at 9 a.m. at the Department of Natural Resources Boardroom, 1594 W. North Temple.

Among those items are several related to big game hunting in the state. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.