As the sun dipped behind the mountains under a clear September sky, elk bugles echoed across Winslow hill. A large herd bull, antlers freshly shed of velvet, was busy corralling his harem away from younger
I’ve always believed in the short and straightforward saying, “Give credit where credit is due.” It pertains to the resolution of a recent problem I faced.
I recently wrote of not having received my authentic
Arthur O’Mara of Moravia, N.Y., was fishing the Niagara Bar for king salmon the first weekend of the Lake Ontario Counties Trout and Salmon Derby in August with his buddy, Jeff Smith, of Pennsylvania. As
Beech trees are long-lived denizens of forests throughout the eastern half of North America and many have succumbed to beech bark disease, but the recently discovered Beech Leaf Disease (BLD) appears to be an even
As I sit and type the following, it is Friday, Sept. 8. The hunting license I purchased over the internet from my account with Hunt Fish—Pa on the first day I was able to apply,
After more than a year’s pause, the wood riser of a lightweight recurve bow in my curled left hand felt good, as did the muscle tension associated with drawing an arrow.
After a dozen arrows
It looks like the inmates are back running the asylum. As part of the SAFE Act implemented 10 years ago, anyone purchasing ammunition in New York had to undergo a background check, but that provision
Dove season in Pennsylvania begins Friday Sept. 1. Beyond the excitement many hunters experience as their wait for time afield finally begins after months of inactivity, the dove season can also lead to fond memories
A cooling breeze swept across the early morning water as guide Zak Marinkov launched his 18-foot Rock Proof boat into the Susquehanna River a few miles north of Harrisburg, Pa.
It had rained overnight, pulling