The long held blue law which forbid Sunday hunting in West Virginia is officially removed from the books with approval of this year's legislation.
Agency wants to insure work done will keep native brook trout progressing while enabling sportsmen to enjoy fishing for them.
Prospective hunters would get more than one day's hunt, restrictions on movement would be loosened, and a new application fee are all part of the proposed new program for reducing deer numbers in State Parks where necessary.
Proposals for 2018-19 will include additional days to antlerless season, a shift in muzzleloader hunting, and the creation of a true primitive weapons season for deer and bear---AFTER the first of the year.
The bill would have allowed logging in an effort to manage the land, as well as to raise $50 million for deferred maintenance projects at state park facilities.
The new Bill McKenzie Rifle Range puts the 19 time National Championship program on a closer plane to other NCAA shooting teams.
Agencies coordinate to do a wellness check on elk and establish another group which will be transferred to West Virginia.
Dramatic Go-Pro video of the capture of elk in Arizona for release in West Virginia
Marshall's indoor football complex serves as the new venue for the massive Elkview Middle School Archery Tournament
Governor says those opposed are "misinformed"