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YesterdayDecember 2, 2020

DNR unveils new license products for West Virginia sportsmen

Options for 2021 will include bundled license packages and multi-year packages, which resulted from a survey of hunters and anglers

SundayNovember 29, 2020

Randolph County buck turns out to be one tough customer

Tanner Burns of Buckhannon kills an eight year old buck in a place bucks rarely live so long.

ThursdayNovember 26, 2020

McDowell County hunter nails a most unusual 8 point buck

A four year quest ends for Cody Delong of Iaeger with a buck with 5 points on one side and 3 on the other.

SundayNovember 22, 2020

Buck season 2020 opens with usual anticipation

The 2020 mast survey showed poor food conditions which will keep bucks moving, many of which survived the 2019 season and have another year of age and antler development on them.

ThursdayNovember 19, 2020

Attitude change is leading to bigger bucks in West Virginia

Hunters are more likely to let young bucks go today than they were 30 or 40 years. The trend is leading to a larger percentage of older bucks and bigger antlers.

TuesdayNovember 17, 2020

Williams River Road to close for repairs

Popular route through Monongahela National Forest to be closed down soon for repairs

SaturdayNovember 14, 2020

Roane County hunter defies superstition

Brandon Marks uses Friday the 13th to take down a beast on his family's farm in Roane County.

SaturdayNovember 7, 2020

Kanawha County youngster’s hunting success bested only by his story telling

Evan Walls, age 8, killed an eight point buck and a big black bear in October, but the best part may be hearing him tell the story.

Massive Wyoming County buck could push for new state record

Jody Dalton of Princeton says he knew the buck was in the area, but ultimately it was a case of being in the right place at the right time, and calming his nerves enough to make a good shot.

FridayOctober 30, 2020

A three year quest finally ends for a Logan County hunter

Hunter Ethan McCallister kills another nice one, but he travelled a frustrating road to do it.

WednesdayOctober 28, 2020

DNR adds New River access point at Gauley Bridge

New shore line ramp will enable more fishing access to the lower New River downstream from Hawks Nest Lake

TuesdayOctober 27, 2020

Two nice bucks on two nice days for Fayette County teen

Ellie Groves isn't your average 16 year old and during the 2020 archery season, she was done before most hunters twice her age were even getting started.

SundayOctober 25, 2020

DNR announces new fishing tournament regulations for 2021

Changes reflect growing popularity of all types of fishing events on limited West Virginia waters

SundayOctober 18, 2020

Catch and release restrictions reinstated on New and Cranberry Rivers

W.Va. Natural Resources Commission rescinds vote to eliminate 12 mile C-and-R on New River. Measure in August which eliminated Cranberry River C-and-R is nullified for procedural mistake.

SaturdayOctober 17, 2020

Virginia man admits to poaching buck in Pendleton County

Fines for illegally killing the buck with a 16.5 inch spread were substantial under the newly minted trophy penalties in West Virginia.

WednesdayOctober 14, 2020

Quail Forever forms new West Virginia chapter

Bringing back bob whites won't be easy, but a group of sportsman believe it won't hurt to try

ThursdayOctober 8, 2020

Logan County hunter bags a bruiser on opening day

Confidence reigns as Chapmanville man kills massive buck on the season's opening day.

MondayOctober 5, 2020

W.Va. anglers with B.A.S.S. national fishing championship

Nolan Minor and Casey Lanier used a heavy bag of smallmouth bass on day three to win the national competition on Cumberland Lake in Kentucky

SaturdayOctober 3, 2020

Upcoming NRC meeting to be virtual again

Agenda released for final Natural Resources Commission Meeting for 2020

Gilmer County father and son enjoy early season success

When his son completed his mission of taking one specific deer, Scott Dobbins thought it couldn't get any better. He was wrong.