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THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Archery — for the kid in you

August 13, 2011 Most rural kids, when I grew up, were intrigued by the idea of shooting game the way Native Americans did — with a stick and string. But I never killed a buck that way until I was in my 40’s. more »»

Dave Hess Jr. wins E-Mod Invasion, Bump Hedman Super Late Model feature at Stateline Speedway

August 1, 2011 By GLENN SLOCUM BUSTI, N.Y. — Clear skies and a pit full of E-Mods describe the Applebee Motor Sports E-Mod Invasion on Saturday at Stateline Speedway. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Let there be more than light

July 30, 2011 Back in May during a turkey hunt, a buddy and I were talking about flashlights. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER

July 16, 2011 Does a hunter have anything in common with a quarterback who gets slammed to the ground by a defensive end? And with a boxer who gets a serious cut that could cost him the fight? And with a point... more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: A 21st century walking varminter

July 2, 2011 If you’re under 50, you might be asking, “What’s a walking varminter?” Well, it’s a rifle, but neither I nor anyone else can define it precisely. If you’re an old-timer, you know one when you see one. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Join your local buck bachelor group

June 18, 2011 Spring gobbler season has been over for only a few weeks, and its already time to begin thinking about the fast approaching fall hunting seasons. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: What I learned from a 500-mile gobbler

June 4, 2011 20 pounds. 9-inch beard. 1-inch spurs. That’s not one of the gobblers I shot this year. more »»

Sorensen wins the Best Newspaper Column award

June 4, 2011 BEDFORD — For the third time in six years, outdoor writer Steve Sorensen won “Best Newspaper Column” from the Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association (POWA). more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: The shooting organization you’ve never heard of

May 21, 2011 Lots of hunters think the National Rifle Association does a lot for them. And it does. As the chief defender of the Second Amendment, no gun rights organization is as large, or as effective. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Spring gobbler goof-ups

May 7, 2011 If you’re like most spring gobbler hunters, you’ve probably committed several gobbler goof-ups by now. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: It’s true — deer shed their antlers

April 16, 2011 It was a Saturday afternoon in the mid 1970s and I was in New Hampshire with a group that had finished climbing Mount Monadnoc. more »»

Hunting wild turkey with the locals

April 8, 2011 I’ve heard turkey hunters complain that the how-to lessons they read in magazines are often hard to apply in our neck of the woods. more »»

Benefits of the Youth Turkey Hunt

April 8, 2011 Too many kids are at risk – at risk of becoming indoorsmen. more »»

Getting youths involved in hunting: Make it fun and make it interesting

April 8, 2011 Introducing a youth or a newcomer to the experience of hunting can be every bit as exciting as hunting for yourself—sometimes even more so. more »»

The blessings of Kinzua Country outdoors

April 8, 2011 I don’t know about you, but when I try to count the number of outdoor reasons we are blessed to live in Kinzua Country, I can’t count that high. more »»

Essential Allegheny River trout fishing

April 8, 2011 A fishery where trout are commonly 15 inches to 20 inches in length, where fishing is allowed year-around, where access is unlimited if you have a small boat or a canoe; how possible could this also... more »»

Morrison Run project is making progress

April 8, 2011 Warren County has a long history of active sportsmen groups taking on big projects. Improvements to Morrison Run by the Cornplanter Chapter of Trout Unlimited is one of the latest. more »»

Saturday’s expo will focus on fishing and local conservation

April 8, 2011 How and why local volunteers are keeping our waterways clean ... and the resulting changes in fishing ... will be the theme for the Fourth Annual Trout & Clean Streams Expo from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Taking care of our water, aka life

April 8, 2011 Clean water is important to the quality of life on Earth. Every living creature needs clean water to liv. more »»

‘The Road to Brook Trout Recovery’

April 8, 2011 Located on the Allegheny National Forest in McKean County, the South Branch Kinzua Creek has several miles of tributaries impaired by acid precipitation. more »»

 
 

 

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