New W.Va. doe hunt works out
The new, three-day, October, firearms hunt for antlerless deer instituted by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources accounted for a harvest of 3,525 animals, according to Chris Ryan, supervisor of Game Management Services.
DNR revamps volunteer angler survey
Maryland’s online Volunteer Angler Survey now has a new look, an added fish species and prizes.
25 years of ‘Outdoor Maryland’
A one-hour, primetime special of Maryland Public Television’s long-running “Outdoors Maryland” series will be broadcast on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Maryland Natural Resources Police report the following charges.
Cumberland Outdoor Club’s hunt/fish winners
The Cumberland Outdoor Club has announced the winners of the 2012 hunting and fishing contests. Awards will be presented at a banquet April 20 at 1 p.m. at the club. Winners are in descending order.
Big fish fry foiled
Four Middle Tennessee fishermen have been cited for keeping 360 white bass (stripe) over the legal limit.The incident occurred in the tailwaters of Cheatham Reservoir, northwest of Nashville.
Pa. deer kill up some
Pennsylvania hunters harvested an estimated 343,110 deer during the recent seasons, which is an increase of about 2 percent from the previous seasons’ harvest of 336,200, according to the Game Commission.
W.Va. ag chief has coyote plan
The only thing I can figure is that Walt Helmick has been watching the Diamond Jim thing unfold in Maryland during the past several years.
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