- Michael A Sawyers - Outdoors
The Summer of Love (San Francisco, 1967) was a little more than two years old. Woodstock had happened just a couple months ago. My Utah hunting license was a couple days old and burning a hole in my pocket.
McKenzie-McGinty combo tough on native brook trout
Gary McKenzie says he will fish through a nice looking pool on some wild native brook trout stream in Garrett County without getting a hit.
Brook trout regs to remain
By way of a recent email, Thomas O’Connell, director of the Maryland Fisheries Service, said the regulations making it illegal to fish with bait or keep brook trout in 111 miles of the Savage River drainage will be retained.
Mountain State opportunities grow
When it comes to hunting regulations in West Virginia, one size does not fit all — or even most.
We live here too, you know
The line we often hear about the woods or the mountain or the desert or the swamp being the animals’ home and that we have encroached on them is tiresome, at best.
Dynamics of deer hunting discussed
I am convinced that when deer harvest numbers go down one of the main reasons is because people hunt differently now than they used to.
Apply soon for Md. bear hunt
Although the application period for Maryland’s bear hunting permits begins July 1, hunters will have to wait until mid-July or so to find out how many will be available.
Five Md. bears euthanized this year
From 2007 through 2011, the Maryland Wildlife & Heritage Service killed 11 bears that were considered to be threats to public safety or predicted to be unable to survive.
Many Hampshire County hunters unfazed by CWD
Hampshire County deer hunters don’t believe that the spread of chronic wasting disease can be controlled. About half of the hunters are concerned about the situation.
You get one lure
If, for some reason, I was told I could have just one lure/fly/bait with which to fish from here on out, my choice would be easy.
I would choose a Mepps spinner.
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