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Sport hunting needs more novice hunters

August 23, 2013 Mentoring new hunters is crucial for the future and survival of this noble sport. Here is the leading reason why approximately 30 states have implemented special youth hunts. more »»

Autumn is almost here

August 17, 2013 August is more than half over. In Randolph County, the children will be starting back to school on Monday. more »»

Hunters need to start getting into shape now

August 3, 2013 Last week, I had a birthday, which simply means that I am another year older. more »»

Two older rifles still shoot well

July 27, 2013 This week, I, along with my wife, Ruth, went out to the Izaak Walton League Clubhouse on Files Creek for the monthly dinner/meeting. more »»

DNR announces big buck winners

July 20, 2013 Last week, I emphasized that the 2013-2014 Hunting and Trapping Regulations are now out. By now, they should be available at just about any location that sells hunting and fishing licenses. more »»

Hunting regulations need to be understood

July 13, 2013 I’m going to have to use the first part of this week’s column to correct the mistakes I made in last week’s article regarding the antlerless gun season in Randolph County. more »»

Hunting regulation changes revealed

July 6, 2013 The 2013-2014 hunting regulations can be brought up online at www.wvdnr.gov. more »»

Urban archery deer hunts yielding good results

June 22, 2013 Many municipalities throughout West Virginia are experiencing problems with having too many deer living within or near their city limits. more »»

Consider vacationing in W.Va.

June 15, 2013 This time next week, it will officially be summer. more »»

Firearm education is important

June 8, 2013 The 2013 spring trout stocking season came to a close on June 4, and the spring gobbler season ended last month with a good harvest. more »»

Spring gobbler numbers up

June 1, 2013 Last week, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources released the preliminary figures for the 2013 spring gobbler harvest. This year, the total harvest was 10,974 bearded turkeys. more »»

Feeding the bears is illegal

May 25, 2013 Just about all of the Mountain State’s nimrods know the black bear population has increased in number and distribution in the past 20 to 30 years. more »»

2013 is the golden anniversary for Cass Railroad

May 18, 2013 This June, West Virginia will be 150 years old. I well remember the state's centennial festivities held in Charleston in 1963. President Kennedy made a brief visit. more »»

Red Fog is a true site to behold

May 11, 2013 This is a story that is both an old one and a brand new one as it always has occurred here and occurred recently. more »»

Sportsmen show interest in DNR questionnaire

May 11, 2013 There is a bit of good news to report for this time of the year. The response to the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Questionnaire was up in 2013. more »»

Fishing an important part of culture

May 4, 2013 To go fishing is the chance to wash one’s soul with pure air, with the rush of the brook, or with the shimmer of sun on blue water. more »»

Fishing for catfish is rewarding

May 4, 2013 It was May of last year when I did a column about the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Catfish Stocking program and how it will bring families together. more »»

Spring gobbler season is in full swing

April 27, 2013 West Virginia’s spring gobbler hunting season is now in high gear. The season opened on Monday and will close on Saturday, May 18. more »»

Varmint hunters need to prepare for the hunt

April 20, 2013 In last week’s column, I made a brief mention about getting your varmint rifles sighted in. With the good weather we had this past week, it would be a good time to get this don. more »»

 
 

 

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