Southeastern New York Fishing Report - November 16th, 2012
Hurricane Sandy pushed thoughts of hunting and fishing aside in much of the region, but bowhunters were making their way back into the woods after cleaning up from the storm, and it appears that most will venture out for the firearms opener Nov. 17.
The science behind catch and reease
I recently had the privilege to attend a lecture on the science of catch and release by Dr. Steven J. Cooke, who is an associate professor and Canada Research Chair of Environmental Science and Biology at Carleton University
Brushed in for the spring gobbler season
Even with wild turkey hunting it can be necessary to camouflage a blind when conditions call for it.
Jerkbaits the ticket for spring bass fishing
When Minnesota’s early catch-and-release bass season opens May 9, don’t forget to tie on a jerkbait
A popular brand of marine fire extinguisher has been recalled
Boaters and anglers who own a boat should be aware that a popular brand of fire extinguisher used on many boats has been recalled.
Rare white turkey makes opening day appearance
The author and his daughter were visited by a rare white wild turkey on opening day of Michigan’s spring turkey hunting season
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