Depending on how you look at it, this year marks either the third or fourth year for West Virginia’s “Gold Rush” trout-fishing promotion.
FAYETTEVILLE — After more than three and a half decades in law enforcement, Larry Case went over to what he calls “the dark side.”
Justin Conner has fished for blue catfish throughout the southeastern United States, and he believes West Virginia’s blue cat fishery ranks right up there with the best.
West Virginia’s natural resources officials want to get more people involved in hunting, fishing and the shooting sports.
The coronavirus pandemic kept state wildlife officials from holding their annual “sportsman meetings” last year, and it’s going to do the same thing this year.
One of the most popular gathering spots on West Virginia’s lower Coal River has gotten a much-needed facelift.
Twice on that October morning, the 10-point buck Randy Benear hoped to kill had come toward him, but had stayed outside of his bow’s range.
As the coronavirus pandemic deepened across West Virginia, government officials urged state residents to spend more time outdoors and less time in contact with other people.