A view from a tree stand which West Virginia bow hunters crave as the temperatures cool.

Archery season arrives in West Virginia

Biologists expect numbers similar to 2013, but mast conditions are improved.  Full Story »


Probe uncovers widespread illegal ginseng harvest

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DNR officers say legal ginseng hunters are fed up with seeing the wild plants decimated by those who don't care. Full Story »

Sun to set on traditional game check stations in 2014

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This year will be the last for checking your deer at the country store, next year the process goes electronic Full Story »

Renewal of a West Virginia tradition

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Squirrel season opens this weekend in W.Va. but the season has lost steam in recent decades. Full Story »

First hunting seasons arrive with Labor Day

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Early Canada goose season and mourning dove season give hunters first chance to burn powder. Full Story »

Fish surveys to gauge if spill had impact on Elk River

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State fisheries officials know of no fish kills resulting from January spill, but will check to see if MCHM had any long term impact. Full Story »

Not your typical summer on WV waters

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Summer 2014 has been much cooler than usual and has kept bass active in West Virginia's lakes. Full Story »

Pleas and fines in panhandle poaching investigation

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Join investigation by Virginia and West Virginia from 2013 goes to court Full Story »

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Trout Stocking Report
The Trophy Room
Trout Stocking Report

September 23, 2014

Rifle vs. shotgun for squirrel hunting

What's your choice for shooting bushy tails?

September 11, 2014

A history lesson on Gauley Season

The early drawdown at Summersville would happen with or without rafting, plus a new idea for the Gauley fishery.

September 9, 2014

Gauley Season gripes, I get a few

I've learned over the years, not everybody is a whitewater fan.

Ram Trucks on
a Country Road

with Chris Lawrence

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