Don’t wait for later, when you likely won’t be able to enjoy the adventure nearly as much because of the physical limitations brought on by age.
I’m always amazed at today’s fly tiers who can create exact replicas of various insects…
They know the rivers intimately, know what works and what doesn’t.
State Senate proposal would expand point regs across much of New York
Get close, but not too close while scouting for turkeys.
The latest in turkey loads: Tungsten Super Shot a hand-loader’s dream and a nightmare for longbeards
Spring gobbler hunters always seem to be tweaking something, whether it’s their various call lineup, camo patterns or, especially, shotgun loads to deliver the best pattern possible when the moment of truth arrives.
Governor’s message focuses on the outdoors.
I’ll stop short of calling it a New Year’s resolution, because I didn’t make the decision until just recently. But after taking inventory of our flies – dries, wets, nymphs and streamers – I’ve decided we’re not buying any this year.
I start thinking about spring gobbler season right after the holiday season, although my friends – as well as Paula – claim I think about it all year round.
New York Outdoor News Top 10 stories of 2016 offer a mixed bag
Simple tips to avoid a cold dunking and to enjoy the hard water
Elk restoration seems unlikely, based on results of 1998 study
When stocked birds decline, extend your hunting opportunities
Bowhunters can stay in the game with a little planning
Archery practice can have its dull moments for sure, but if you change things up and play a few games with a purpose, they can pay off when you’re no longer in the backyard and are in your treestand and the game is on.
Antlerless-only rule rescinded; black bears added to youth hunt
New York state is receiving $17.7 million in Pittman-Robertson federal funds in fiscal 2016, a total that’s down from last year’s record $20.8 million.
Jake sightings bring optimism for next season
Sometimes, it pays to stay home
Lower Niagara steelhead outing on ice