left to right: WVDNR Sgt. Terry Ballard, RMEF Regional Director Bill Carman, West Virginia State Chapter President Brian Satterfield, WVDNR District Biologist Randy Kelley.

Elk reintroduction boosted by donation

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation makes sizable contribution to elk reintroduction.  Full Story »

Sportsmen press for veto on deer farm legislation


Groups hope Governor Tomblin will reject bill to put deer farms under jurisdiction of Department of Agriculture instead of Division of Natural Resources. Full Story »

Antlerless hunting proposals reflect lower 2014 harvest


DNR sticks to antlerless hunting framework, but scales back bag limits in counties where buck harvest dropped Full Story »

Deer farm bill one step from final passage


House overwhelmingly approves transfer to state Department of Agriculture. Full Story »

Fungus continues to crash bat numbers in W.Va.


White nose syndrome continues to devastate bat population in West Virginia. Full Story »

Deer farm bill heading to full House for consideration


Delegate fails in attempt to amend the measure. Full Story »

Captive cervid legislation advances in Charleston


Legislation would move regulatory authority on deer farms from DNR to Dept. of Agriculture Full Story »

W.Va. brothers claim world titles in archery


Jeremiah Parsons shoots for the WVU Archery club and coaches his brother Nathaniel on the Parkersburg High School archery club Full Story »

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Trout Stocking Report
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Trout Stocking Report

February 26, 2015

Taking the show on the road

I'll be taking the show to several locations around West Virginia in the months ahead. Hopefully we will cross paths.

February 24, 2015

Senators consider change to conceal carry law

Are there pitfalls or advantages to changing the current conceal carry law in West Virginia?

December 30, 2014

2014 in the W.Va. outdoors

A look at some of the stories and issues from the past year for West Virginia hunters and anglers

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a Country Road

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