Washington, D.C. — The Supreme Court of the United States has accepted New York State’s request to keep the Concealed Carry Improvement Act in place as litigation against it continues.
By Brian Mozey Staff Writer St. Paul — The North American Ice Fishing Circuit (NAIFC) has suspended its 2023 season, effective Jan. 18, according to the NAIFC Facebook page. The organization made the announcement via
Honeoye, N.Y. — Stuart Blair, an employee of Doc’s Tackle in Honeoye, Ontario County, remembers the winter that the ice fishing conditions in the Finger Lakes were as bad as they have been this winter.
Albany — As New York’s 2023 legislative session gets fully underway, the state’s Environmental Conservation Committee will have new leadership.
As it enters its 90th anniversary year, the New York State Conservation Council, which since 1933 has lobbied for legislation and policies that support hunting, fishing and trapping opportunities in the state, could use a
New York State purchased the parcel for $890,000 through the State’s Environmental Protection Fund (EPF). The purchase protects forested steep slopes leading to the top of the Taconic Ridge.
While sipping on some egg nog over the holidays I realized that 2023 will mark 30 years that I’ve been in the outdoor writing business. I’ve seen and learned so much along the way.
Schenectady, N.Y. — New York’s gun dealers say the state’s new gun and ammunition sales restrictions that took effect in December are having a big impact on business, hurting sales, creating new layers of paperwork
As the years pass, Vin Sparano has become more and more convinced that hunting and fishing becomes a strong family tradition more than any other activity.