DNR estimates 23,000 fish killed in nearly two mile stretch Full Story »
DNR officers say legal ginseng hunters are fed up with seeing the wild plants decimated by those who don't care. Full Story »
This year will be the last for checking your deer at the country store, next year the process goes electronic Full Story »
Squirrel season opens this weekend in W.Va. but the season has lost steam in recent decades. Full Story »
Early Canada goose season and mourning dove season give hunters first chance to burn powder. Full Story »
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 »
Summer 2014 has been much cooler than usual and has kept bass active in West Virginia's lakes. Full Story »
|Lt. Tim Coleman||Charleston||304-558-2784|
|Sgt. Dwayne Duffield||Farmington||304-825-6787|
|Sgt. David James||French Creek||304-924-6211|
|Sgt. Robert Clark||Romney||304-822-3551|
|Sgt. Bob Johnson||Beckley||304-256-6945|
|Sgt. Ed Goodson||Nitro||304-759-0703|
|Sgt. Chris McKnight||Parkersburg||304-420-4550|
September 23, 2014
What's your choice for shooting bushy tails?
September 11, 2014
The early drawdown at Summersville would happen with or without rafting, plus a new idea for the Gauley fishery.
September 9, 2014
I've learned over the years, not everybody is a whitewater fan.
with Chris Lawrence