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Sportsmen Since 1967

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Sportsmen Since 1967

February 24, 2024

New York Reader Stories: Catching brook trout on little Catskill stream worth the drive

A three-hour drive may seem like a substantial trek for some. For us two young fly-fishermen, it is an easily feasible day trip.
Time flies by when you are daydreaming of a small mountain stream and the almost mythically colored 6-inch apex predators that inhabit those streams. As we drove southbound on New York Route 17 we looked down to see numerous drift boats drifting down the Delaware River, like mayflies bobbing down a tiny stream.

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Nearly two-thirds of Michigan Upper Peninsula hunters rate 2023 deer season as ‘poor’

The Michigan DNR’s annual Upper Peninsula Deer Camp Survey from the 2023 firearms season confirmed that deer sightings and hunter success were down significantly from the year before, especially in the region’s western counties. 
However, buck hunting success actually increased slightly in eastern counties, according to survey results reported by DNR wildlife biologist David Jentoft.

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Illinois state parks, campgrounds will host thousands of curious viewers when the solar eclipse hits on April 8

Are you ready to witness a cosmic spectacle like no other?
Southern Illinois is gearing up to host the total solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024. If you plan to join the thousands flocking to the region for this awe-inspiring event, I’d like to share some advice for those just now starting to make your 2024 Solar Eclipse plans.

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For info and entertainment, here are some outdoors podcast options for you

I love podcasts. It wouldn’t be a stretch to suggest I’m addicted to them.
I listen to them daily. I enjoy the immediacy of the spoken word. My choices cover a range of topics, many of which have a newsy, current-events orthodoxy. Others don’t. Some are nerdy, deep-in-the-weeds dives into topics that interest me and nurture my natural curiosity.
The beauty of the podcast world is its variety.

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