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The annual Pulaski, NY trout and salmon run this fall did not get off to the start that most anglers wanted in recent weeks. Extremely low water conditions caused a slow start to the popular annual … more
The National Shooting Sports Foundation reported that nearly five million Americans purchased a firearm for the very first time in 2020 and firearm manufacturers reported that 40 percent of sales … more
Multiple teams of lady anglers will compete in the fifth annual Reeling For A Cure ladies fishing tournament to raise money for women fighting cancer. The fishing tournament will be held on Lake … more
The NY Department of Environmental (DEC) wants to increase Deer Management Permits (DMPS) this coming hunting season. Their target is to harvest 712,290 antlerless (doe) deer. That number excludes … more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is making available up to $3.5 million for state and tribal governments to carry out research and management activities … more
President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, recently signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act. This legislation calls for improvements to public lands, stabilize funding for the Land and … more
The officers and trustees of the Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs of Sullivan County have canceled the Federation's annual Dinner Banquet at the Rockland House in Roscoe that was scheduled to be held … more
Gary Diehl with his family runs a gun and ammo shop in upper New York State ran two background checks for gun purchases six minutes apart. The ID numbers given to those checks were more than 10,000 … more
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf recently signed into law, legislation that eliminated the ban on the use of infrared, thermal and night vision optics for hunting. Sheri Baity, who is an avid coyote … more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced that online hunter education courses will continue to be available throughout the summer and that an online bowhunting … more
Reading an opinion about trout by Outdoor News columnist writer Tom Venesky, I thought the article would be interesting for fishermen. Venesky goes on to say, it's not uncommon for many stocked … more
Reading a press release from the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission, one can identify it as the same situation that is happening here in New York State. While COVID-19 virus was taking its toll, … more
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