If the holiday-week hunting season that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation had proposed earlier this fall had come to fruition, it’s interesting to see how it might have transpired. It would’ve taken place Dec. 26 to Jan. 1. The holiday hunt – suggested to allow families to hunt together during the holidays with archery (including crossbows) gear…
The northern snakehead, which has the nickname “Frankenfish,” can also survive out of water and occasionally will move overland, spreading to different bodies of water.
It’s been several years ago now since there was a sporting license fee increase in New York. And just before that last increase I forked over a nice chunk of change to purchase my lifetime licenses, pretty much across the board. That now means I don’t make the annual trek to the local sporting goods store or town clerk’s office…
Police learned of the Sharon Springs escape when a farmer in neighboring Roseboom reported they had damaged his hay crop.
Fish caught, tagged, and released is likely one of 320 juvenile sturgeon stocked in 1999 as part of DEC’s Lake Sturgeon Recovery Program.
(Editor’s note: A criminal charge is merely an allegation that a defendant has committed a violation of the criminal law, and it is not evidence of guilt. All defendants are presumed innocent and entitled to a fair trial, during which it will be the state of New York’s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.) Dinner plans thwarted (Queens…
Twenty-percent increase in antlerless harvest comes after a lower-than-desired antlerless harvest in 2017.
If writer had to make a choice, it would be to cut some time off the end, at least in years when the late season carries into mid-December.
Deer harvest numbers about the same as last year.