This year’s edition of West Virginia’s fall trout stockings won’t be the train wreck it was shaping up to be.
It’s too soon to say yet whether West Virginia’s new trout plan will make anglers happy, but at least they’re getting their say.
A sizable proportion of the trout being stocked this fall will be trophy-sized fish used for brood stock, primarily male rainbow trout. DNR of…
West Virginians love deer and deer hunting. A well-known national real-estate company is counting on that.
West Virginia’s wildlife will have more to eat this fall. Hunters may, too, but they’ll have to work for it.
To woodland bird hunters in West Virginia, three species stand above all others: the wild turkey, the ruffed grouse and the woodcock.
“Frankenfish” hasn’t reached West Virginia yet, but it might not be long before it does.
To make trout fishing better for West Virginians, state natural resources officials have flipped the planning process on its head.
Before becoming Whitetail Properties’ first West Virginia agent, Jeremy Allen worked as a contractor and as host of the “Appalachian Trophy TV…
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