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The Lost and Cacapon are the same river

August 29, 2009 The Lost River in West Virginia is located in Hardy County in the Eastern Panhandle region. more »»

Water conditions creating some excellent fishing

August 29, 2009 I cannot remember the last time water conditions have been this good this late in the summe. more »»

Time to get Brandy ready for hunting season

August 22, 2009 It’s hard to believe that hunting season begins in two months, of course when you don’t have much of a summer things like that will tend to sneak up on yo. more »»

This round is not good for hunting

August 22, 2009 The 7.62x39mm rifle cartridge, designed during World War II by the Soviet Union, remained the Soviet Military standard until the late 1970s when the 5. more »»

Why landowners close their acreage

August 15, 2009 Last week, I did a column on getting ready for hunting season and concluded the article about what a person needs to do before hunting on fenced or posted acreage. more »»

Getting some revenge on redfish

August 15, 2009 The second leg of my Florida trip took me back to Amelia Island for another shot at catching some redfish on a fly rod with Capt. Jeff Crumpton, a friend of mine that I fished with back in June. more »»

Time to visit the state fair

August 1, 2009 From Aug. 14 through 22, West Virginians will celebrate the 85th annual State Fair located at Fairlea near Lewisburg. more »»

Hunters need to study latest hunting regulations

July 25, 2009 The 2009-2010 Hunting and Trapping Regulations were released by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources a few days ago. For all practical purposes, they are unchanged for small game. more »»

Rivers provide excitement for the young and the old

July 18, 2009 I was watching my daughter play in the river by the house the other day and I started thinking, how wonderful a river is for a child. more »»

Pet crow had a good life

July 11, 2009 This story is about Bob, a crow, a family pet we had for many years. more »»

Trout fishing opportunities are still out there

July 11, 2009 Trout fishing in the summer months can be a hit or miss affair, at times the trout will eat anything that appeals to them, sometimes chasing it across the stream to intercept it. more »»

The .243 Winchester has been the subject of praise and criticism

June 27, 2009 The .243 Winchester is a .308 Winchester necked down. The casing uses the same 20-degree shoulder angle, but is actually .03 of an inch longer. more »»

A fun day of fishing around the Amelia Island

June 20, 2009 I had a chance to fish the area around Amelia Island in Florida last week with an excellent captain, Jeff Crumpton who used to work at Snowshoe. more »»

Now is the time to hunt groundhogs

June 20, 2009 I am dedicating this week’s column to all the nimrods that enjoy hunting groundhogs during the summer months. In the 1970s and 80s, hunting groundhogs was one of my favorite pastimes. more »»

Protecting a garden from deer can be challenging

June 13, 2009 Most people will agree that the West Virginia Whitetail deer is a pretty animal. They are also cute, furry, graceful and easy to make up to. In North Bend State Park, the deer are very tam. more »»

It’s important to know your flies

June 6, 2009 Fly-fishing is a relaxing and relatively easy way to fish. more »»

Fawns are to be left alone

June 6, 2009 A fawn or baby deer is a pretty, little creature. Like the young of all mammals, they are cute and playful. more »»

It’s important to know your flies

June 5, 2009 Fly-fishing is a relaxing and relatively easy way to fish. more »»

Understating insects is the key to success

May 30, 2009 Last week I talked about mayflies and their importance for the fly angler, so this week I thought I would talk about more bugs that trout feed on this time of year. more »»

Dolly Sods still needs to be respected

May 30, 2009 The Dolly Sods Wilderness Area, or simply Dolly Sods, is a part of the Monongahela National Forest. Most of it is in Tucker County, with small sections in Grant and Randolph countie. more »»

 
 

 

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