West Virginia’s 2020 deer seasons can best be summed up as a “glass half full/glass half empty” proposition. On the glass-half-full side, hunters can celebrate that they killed 7.5% more whitetails than they did in 2019. On the glass-half-empty side, they can lament that they killed 6% fewer…
James Cowie fishes a lot. He catches a lot of fish. But he never, ever hooked a fish like the one he caught recently at Dunbar’s Anderson Lake.
So … what’s so bad about a fast-growing, aggressive strain of bass that’s easy to catch? Sounds like an angler’s dream, doesn’t it?
A 1,204 acre tract of heath barrens, high-elevation cranberry bogs, windswept red spruce trees and flat-topped sedimentary boulders perched on the eastern edge of the Dolly Sods plateau has been named America’s 600th National Natural Landmark.
Bald eagles were not anticipated to become some of the most frequent users of the newly upgraded Marmet Locks and Dam’s new fishing area when it opened in 2010.
DAVIS — Snow was in short supply across the eastern United States in February 1951, creating slope conditions that were marginal to unskiable at the Pennsylvania resorts favored by members of the Ski Club of Washington, D.C.
PHILADELPHIA — The red-tailed hawk sat perched on the twisted limb of an old, dead tree, its eyes locked on the woman traipsing through the briars and thickets below.
Official state recognition of bowhunter Jody Dalton’s record-breaking buck took a far different form than those of the past.