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A few weekends ago, my husband and I took all four of our dogs on a hike. At two o’clock in the afternoon, we arrived at Mohonk Preserve to meet up with family and had about three hours of … more
President Joe Biden has signed the Protecting Hunting Heritage and Education Act, which protects funding for schools that provide hunter education, archery, shooting sports and other programs. … more
The holiday season is officially kicking off this week. Thanksgiving is often the start of many gatherings, shared meals, gifts exchanged, and holiday parties with no end in sight. It’s easy to … more
The United States won the bronze medal at the recent second Ladies World Fly Fishing Championship in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Tess Weigand of Coburn, Pa and Ashley Wilmont of State … more
Building healthy habits can be a challenging process. We all have habits, and some of them are better for us than others. While there are many different recommendations out there on how many days it … more
The firearms deer hunting season in New York in the Southern Zone starts on Saturday, November 18 and runs to December 10. NY daily hunting hours for deer are 30 minutes before sunrise until 30 … more
Incorporating resistance training into our health routine is very important, as resistance training helps us maintain and improve muscle mass, strength, and bone density as we age. Two of the biggest … more
The elk hunting season in our neighboring state of Pennsylvania opened on Monday, October 30 and runs for six days through Saturday, November 4. While Pennsylvania now has three separate seasons … more
One of the most commonly used stimulants in the world is caffeine. According to recent research, over 90% of adults use it regularly to improve alertness, energy levels, and their mood. There are … more
Statistics show fewer people hunted ducks and geese last year in North America than during any season in the past 60 years. Since the arrival of COVID-19 recreational activity was restricted, … more
Fear of the unknown is one of the most common barriers that stands in our way of doing new things. When it comes to optimizing our health, it’s crucial we continue to take inventory of where we … more
If you hunt black bears, maybe for years without harvesting one, now is not the time to give up hope. It’s true the odds of tagging a bear can seem long. Only somewhere between 1.5% and 2.5% of … more
While we all know that getting enough high-quality sleep is an important part of our health, it can sometimes feel easier said than done. One rough night of sleep can turn into too much caffeine the … more
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has just announced that 30 to 40 deer were found dead in Crawford County, PA, and it was determined their cause of death was due to the hemorrhagic disease.   … more
Recovery is a very important part of our exercise routine. We often think of a rest day as a day where we do nothing related to exercise to allow our bodies to rest and recover. This is called … more
The “regular” trout fishing season in New York State ends this Sunday, October 15. On some rivers and streams the season is expanded by Special Regulations - such as in the Catch and … more
Archery deer hunting seasons in both states, New York and Pennsylvania, are already underway. New York opened on October 1st and runs to November 17th, and then again from December 11th to December … more
If you’re reading this on the day it is published, today is my 29th birthday. My birthday always brings up a wide range of emotions for me, as it is also two days after the anniversary of my … more
Mark your calendar for this Saturday, October 7, 2023. The Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum will hold its annual Fly Fishing Hall of Fame Induction from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the Wulff Gallery, … more
Each year, more than 8.1 million meals of venison are donated to the needy from Hunters for the Hungry and supported by the NRA. The venison is donated by hunters who want to share their excess … more
It can be very tempting to wish health could be given to us. Instead, it is something we must prioritize, plan for, and earn through our actions. Our lives can get busy and it can feel impossible to … more
As Hurricane Ophelia makes its way up the coast, we are experiencing the residual effects with continuous rainstorms and showers. On Monday morning September 25, 2023, the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls … more
Recent developments include the reorganization of the New York Crossbow Coalition, following the passing earlier this year of its founder, Rick McDermott. Hunters with disabilities or injuries … more
While goal setting is easy, actually following through and achieving them is a completely different story. The two main reasons we don’t achieve our goals are that our goals are too vague, and … more
The rivers and streams in our area continue to be in great shape - and above the average flows for this time of year, providing great growth opportunities for the trout. On Sunday September 17, … more
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