Catskill Fishing Report - April 5th, 2013
Nymphs and streamers would be most productive under the current conditions. Little black stoneflies are still around. The trout season is open, but most of the fishing is ceremonial in nature right now. You might catch a fish or two, but conditions are cold and not real comfortable yet.
With threat from avian flu in Pennsylvania and beyond, hunters should take precautions
Waterfowl hunters must be careful not to spread avian flu
Study: Bear heart rate affected by drones
A study at the University of Minnesota St. Paul found that bear heart rates increased when drones were flying nearby.
A little innovation goes a long way when setting out trail cameras
With the archery deer season just over a month away whitetail hunters are setting out trail cameras to scout the areas they plan to hunt.
Five top fishing presentations for late summer bass
Largemouth and smallmouth bass won’t fall into a strict pattern in September, so have these five techniques in your angling arsenal.
Howling in the Golden State: Photos show wolf pups in northern California
Other than one wandering wolf from 2011, the pack – two adults and five pups – represent the first wolves in the Golden State since 1924.
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