New shore line ramp will enable more fishing access to the lower New River downstream from Hawks Nest Lake
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.
Changes reflect growing popularity of all types of fishing events on limited West Virginia waters
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.
Fines for illegally killing the buck with a 16.5 inch spread were substantial under the newly minted trophy penalties in West Virginia.
Bringing back bob whites won't be easy, but a group of sportsman believe it won't hurt to try
Confidence reigns as Chapmanville man kills massive buck on the season's opening day.
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
Agenda released for final Natural Resources Commission Meeting for 2020
When his son completed his mission of taking one specific deer, Scott Dobbins thought it couldn't get any better. He was wrong.
Annual mast survey shows among the lowest average production ever for almost all wildlife food sources in West Virginia.
Inspection of Hawks Nest Tunnel creates unique rafting opportunity.
West Virginia hunters will get a chance to collect their first mess of squirrels this weekend.
Dave Arnold at Adventures on the Gorge says although 2020 has been a challenge, he feels very good about the chances of still attracting visitors to give West Virginia's wildest river try.
January exposition at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center is cancelled for 2021 amid pandemic restrictions, will return in 2022
West Virginia native Mark Bias, who now lives in Florida, has carved a niche for himself in the photography world with some of the most amazing pictures of the states elk herd.
Forest fire crew from the Mountain State engaged in battling the biggest fire in Colorado history
Longtime program looks to keep the Appalachian Mountains as a barrier to animals, specifically raccoons, bringing rabies into the Midwest.
New launch points for kayaks and canoes taking shape along popular waterway on the lower end in Kanawha County.
Commercial fishing outfitters worry the removal of the catch and release regulation on the New River will hurt marketing, but simultaneously love the idea of a slot limit.