When I hung up the phone after making my annual license purchases, I felt very pleased. First of all, I was legal for the coming year, a status I have enjoyed since I was 16.
On Aug. 23, dozens of recreationists attended a public meeting held by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to update the public on developments of the Adirondack Rail Trail.
The meeting was held
For the tributary action, look for rivermouth and downriver action first followed by later-on upstream fast-water action. Consistent cool weather and good water flows are usually the ticket for things to get going.
Don Lee, long time Lake Champlain chapter of Trout Unlimited member, was recently recognized at the annual New York State Trout Unlimited Council’s’ meeting in Binghamton for his outstanding work in founding and directing the
Saturday, Sept. 23, marks the celebration of National Hunting & Fishing Day. In 1972, Richard Nixon signed the first ever presidential proclamation of National Hunting and Fishing Day, writing: “I urge all citizens to join
Two dams standing between salmon and spawning habitat on New York’s lower Saranac River slated for removal
Two dams that stand between Atlantic salmon and upstream spawning habitat on the Saranac River, which flows into Lake Champlain, in Plattsburgh are coming down. The removal marks the culmination of years of collaboration among
The Delaware River might be best known for George Washington’s legendary crossing during the American Revolution, but the river that touches parts of four different Northeastern states also supports populations of Atlantic sturgeon – in
Having the Bassmasters Elite Series wrap up its season in New York is getting to be a regular thing.
B.A.S.S. officials on Sept. 6 announced the 2024 Elite Series schedule, which includes events on Lake
In the Fall Lake Ontario Counties Trout and Salmon Derby held Aug. 18 to Sept. 4, Robert Karker, of Bridgeport, was the $25,000 Grand Prize winner after he reeled in a Chinook salmon that weighed