Others may disagree but, when temperatures drop, I’ll be in my stand with the confidence I’ll be seeing deer, especially bucks.
Dane County circuit court judge issues injunction.
“I got a hunch he got eaten.”
There’s a saying out there that infers “it’s not what you know but who you know” that translates into success in certain situations. During a recent trip to Southwest Florida, it was a little bit of both – what we knew and who we knew. It turned out to be another excellent series of outdoor adventures as we traveled into…
White-tailed bucks are on the move as the rut approaches.
Allocation of funding has been better than previous administrations.
Seems like every year, Keystone State elk herd yields a true trophy.
New York could use a hard frost, and soon. It’s been an extremely warm autumn thus far, with temperatures running 10 or 15 degrees higher than average. Even where I reside in the Southeastern Adirondacks, we’re just on the tail end of a two-week run where temperatures have been in the 70s during the day. There’s a bit of a…
Hot weather thought to be factor.
Upcoming Saturday brings the beginning of chance to pursue numerous game species in the state.
Pennsylvania author puts his stories in places he has lived and bases them on his experiences.
A late summer and turnover means a terrific fall bite for two of the region’s favorite gamefish: bass and slab crappies.
Despite an extinction press release from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, some good conservation news has emerged from Washington D.C.
As a bowhunter, I’m always on the lookout for food sources that are likely to be utilized by deer during the open season. There are a few producing apple trees on the farms I hunt, but for some reason, the trees seem to be on the decline. Apple trees that drooped with fruit in years past hardly bear fruit anymore….
Before his very eyes, the author watches a cold-water novice graduate to trout-angling expert.
Can’t just pick one? The author has several categories where he recommends his picks for the top fishermen ever.
Passing on our outdoor traditions are important, whether it is to the next generation of outdoors enthusiasts, family and friends who are close to us, or just someone who is interested in finding out what hunting and fishing is all about who happen to cross our path. The importance was never more evident than during New York’s recent Outdoor Writers…
DNR hunting, fishing and trapping regulations are posted online, but sometimes hard copy comes in handy.
With the demise of U.S.-made GOEX blackpowder, muzzleloading enthusiasts will either have to use a substitute or else try to secure one of two hard-to-find and expensive European blackpowder brands.
First light is obviously not sunrise. For the sake of terminology, there is civil twilight, nautical twilight and astronomical twilight to consider, which all occur before the official sunrise, and after sunset. Here’s how it all can impact turkey hunting success.
Losing ash and hemlock trees to invasive bugs is sad.
Consider using shotgun/slugs, muzzleloaders or crossbows this gun season, or find whatever bullets you can and then buy a rifle for those rounds.
A total ban on the use of trail cameras here in the East is almost incomprehensible but their use in Arizona is a whole other story.
A few top outdoor products that emerged from the recent Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writer’s Conference.
The use of sail drones is helping fisheries managers collect data on fish populations in the Great lakes.
It can be therapeutic, regardless of if you’re in a goose marsh or on a sunny beach.