Tips & Features
For this angler, I wouldn’t get too excited about the in-line reel system. If you are a shallow-water angler, I would recommend it.
Back at the vehicle, the students took turns explaining the process of weighing, measuring, aging, and sexing the bird.
Data was meticulously recorded. There is a large national network of volunteers and professionals who do
Not all jigging spoons are created equal. How spoons are manufactured – and their weight – determines their rate of fall and how we’ll fish them.
Whether a spoon is stamped, poured, or cast makes
If you’re wondering how to help the local deer herd, there are several actions you can take right now and into the future to stave off winter’s killing effects that do not involve putting out
One thing that is still very true is Aldo Leopold’s description of wildlife populations. The same general principles mostly apply whether describing chickadees, pheasants, grouse, deer, moose, ducks, or any other wildlife.
Next time a fish pumps the brakes on your presentation, drop a bomb on them. Free-spool your bait to the bottom on slack line.
The usual method of fly-fishing in winter is nymph-fishing. The flow of the stream will determine how large you might want your nymph to be. Winter flows can vary considerably.
Regardless, most trappers are now thinking about how and where to market their fur and are interested in what prices their fur will bring at market. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of bright spots
Never say never. Just ask Lehigh County hunter, Jack Lewis, who, at 96, harvested his first-ever black bear during the special firearms season last fall.
It only took 82 years, and not for lack of