A look at some of the stories and issues from the past year for West Virginia hunters and anglers
Parts of W.Va. have elk fever, but state should move cautiously
A wave of retirement is sweeping through DNR but the next generation of decision makers for game and fish remains uncertain in West Virginia.
What's your choice for shooting bushy tails?
The early drawdown at Summersville would happen with or without rafting, plus a new idea for the Gauley fishery.
I've learned over the years, not everybody is a whitewater fan.
Many believe the punishment for poaching isn't nearly enough.
Consistent topwater bites make for an exciting conclusion to a Canadian wilderness fishing adventure
The weather takes a turn for the better, but the fish moved deeper. However, they're still biting and you can't beat the scenery.
The weather is lousy, but that's fishing. Sunshine in the forecast for the rest of the week.
Finding a pattern on new water.
A five mile journey into a remote fishing paradise.
Fast storm dampens day one, but the scenery is amazing
I like to call my adventures a "working vacation" because there's always a story to tell and I make my living telling stories.
Emotional reactions seem to block facts and logical thinking
Kids attending camp run by the Department of Environmental Protection gain valuable knowledge in a fun setting.
This weekend pay tribute to the man who set you on life's course with a solid foundation.
Memories flood back at certain moments in time, like a graduation, where you're forced to realize a milestone has been passed.
After a dozen years, those who favor hunting on Sunday believe they have cracked a tough nut in the heart of the West Virginia hills.
Viral pathogen seems to single out invasive species in Kentucky