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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
Eight-year-old Jason Leusch from Webster, NY fishing from shore on Lake Ontario on his parents property yelled to his parents that were nearby, “Got a big one.” His parents were slow answering … more
The fishing and hunting community continues to feel the effects of the COVID-19 virus pandemic, including the trapping industry. Trappers enjoyed an overall trapping season. They are now facing … more
A gun rights group from western New York State has teamed up with a firearms retailer from Genesee County, NY in filing a lawsuit against NY Governor Andrew Cuomo. The plaintiffs are seeking a … more
Pennsylvania Game Commissioners acting on legislation approval that permits hunting on three Sundays to the hunting calendar for the 2020-21 hunting season. The Commissioners gave archers permission … more
Reading a press release by the PA Game Commission about their 2019 hunting shooting incidents, I thought it would be of interest to sportsmen here in New York State. Their spring turkey season was an … more
The coronavirus pandemic has caused many events and fishing contests to be canceled or postponed. But one group of anglers that has been successful in holding their tournaments are those centered … more
One of the largest fishing contests that were impacted by the COVID-19 virus was the BI-State Shad Fishing Contest. The contest was scheduled to take place on April 23-26 out of Easton, Pennsylvania … more
New York State will receive $23,888,754 in federal conservation funding in 2020 that sportsmen/women have paid in excise taxes in 2019. Through the Pittman-Robertson Federal Aid in Wildlife … more
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