Clever new apps pique interest in the out-of-doors via smartphones for kids and adults alike.
Considering piscatorial uncertainties like … Can walleyes and other species learn? What are the most common angling mistakes? And what is “fishing history”?
Boost your gobbler-hunting odds this spring by splurging on a quality fake wild turkey decoy.
Survey results, as well as data on deer impacts on forest regeneration, will be used to guide deer population management decisions. Previously, the DEC used citizen task forces to involve state residents in the process.
Ornithologists tell us birds only get about 20 percent of their food needs from backyard feeders, but these feeders can be very important during periods of extreme cold or when ice covers food sources.
Big- and small-game hunters alike can disperse along the road in a region very popular for snowshoe hare hunting, while snowmobilers and the towns of Newcomb and North Hudson, standing to benefit from a connector trail, are perhaps the happiest about the classification.
In New York, free snowmobiling weekend for out-of-state and Canadian snowmobilers is Feb. 2-5. Registration fees will be waived for all properly registered and insured snowmobilers wishing to explore New York's 10,400 miles of trails. The New York State Department…
Will offer a combination of solutions to reduce the risk of invasive carp from entering the Great Lakes at the Brandon Road Lock & Dam in Joliet, Ill.
Agency estimates that anglers harvested more than 70,000 walleyes in 2017, a level not achieved since 1989.
It predicts Lake Superior will break a record high level set in the mid-1980s; environmental regulators warn of shoreline erosion in some places on Great Lakes.
Who knows if the ice we have is going to be all the ice we’re going to get.
It was a welcomed relief from the frigid temperatures we had been experiencing this year – and the trout fishing was good, too.
When the end of September nears, it’s a good feeling knowing where everything for the upcoming season is located and that I can get ready without forgetting anything.
In New York, it's management of mute swans that's causing a stir.
There’s still some hunting time left and, if you find yourself with a full freezer, consider sharing your success with someone else this holiday season.
Early reports from New York hunters through Dec. 3, show that hunters reported taking approximately 18 percent more deer in the Northern Zone and 14 percent more deer in the Southern Zone compared to the same period in 2016.
Researchers believe that the reduction in the round goby population in the lake may be the reason.
- North Carolina deer harvest up 8 percent
- Vermont deer harvest up 13 percent over previous three-year average
- Alabama angler goes back-to-back in Bassmaster Classic; Minnesota’s Feider 18th
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