While looking back at my notes from the recent Natural Resources Commission meeting, I noticed several noteworthy bits of information that hadn’t yet made it into print.
Every year, members of the Legislature try things that make West Virginians put their hands over their faces and shake their heads in disbelief.
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…
Predicting the size and strength of West Virginia’s yearly woodcock migration is an educated guess under the best of conditions.
The image of the lone hunter, moving quietly and confidently through the woods, appeals to everyone who ventures out in search of game.