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Saturday December 14, 2019

DNR releases harvest figures for two-week buck season

Number of bucks killed dropped 17 percent from 2018 total

Thursday December 12, 2019

Logan County hunter almost let a big one get away

Nick Cantrell says the 11 point buck he killed in mid-November was minutes away from never happening at all.

Wednesday December 11, 2019

Hunters kill 1,113 birds in fall turkey season in W.Va.

State Biologists say although a typical fall year, the numbers were down slightly from 2018.

Wednesday December 4, 2019

Viral video of illegal deer shooting stirs anger and citations

The internet lit up when a viral video showed a large buck being shot from across the highway in Boone County, now the man in the video is facing citations and potentially a hefty fine.

Ag Commissioner advocates for federal CWD task force

Kent Leonhardt and others push for creation of a federal task force to take the lead on CWD research across the United States.

Sunday November 24, 2019

Buck season is here for West Virginia

West Virginia's most popular hunting season of the year arrives with Thanksgiving week

Friday November 15, 2019

Sutton Lake to be drawn below winter pool for much of December

US Army Corps of Engineers plans to drop lake levels an additional 30 feet below winter pool to perform maintenance and repairs on the lower part of the dam.

USFS plans prescribed burn on Monongahela National Forest

Plans call for a 96-acre burn on forest land in Greenbrier County for Saturday, weather permitting.

Saturday November 9, 2019

Boone County hunter does it again

David Miller, for a second straight year, has tagged a massive southern West Virginia buck. It's his 19 trophy buck in a lifetime of hunting the steep hills and hollows of the West Virginia coalfields

Wednesday November 6, 2019

Preston County man talks about his record fish

He caught the big one on an unfinished lure he made by hand. He was testing the lure's performance to determine if it needed any adjustments. Evidently none were required.

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