The first of two Tennessee young sportsman deer hunts for the 2018-19 season will be held the weekend of Oct. 27-28.
LAKE MEAD – Swaths of mineral-stained white rock, more than 100 feet tall, mark Lake Mead’s basin, punctuating decades of drought in the Southwest. At one point, the white rock was underwater.
Strong opposition from walleye anglers derailed a proposed management plan for reservoirs near Helena Wednesday, with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks agreeing to gather more public input before bringing the plan forward again.
During a visit to the rolling prairie between Roundup and Grass Range, west of Highway 87, the sky often competes with the landscape for visitors’ attention.
As winter approaches, we will begin to see more birds showing up at our backyard bird feeders or in our bare trees. Some of those birds will be woodpeckers. As a result, winter is a great time of year to see the many different kinds of unique woodpeckers we have in Iowa. So, grab your binoculars and check out these fascinating birds.
The most common comment heard lately has something to do with when will this incessant rain stop. The heavy rains and high water levels in September kept me from getting an article out, but I took advantage of the sunny morning last week to get to one of our higher ground parks to enjoy the brisk day and fall colors. All the moisture and the warmer temps have resulted in quite a diversity of fall fungus to go with the beginning fall foliage. While the ground was soft and sometimes squishy underfoot, my shoes were not caked in mud nor did I get wet feet. Sounds like the sun will return for a while now – go out and enjoy fall.
South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership resources are on scene working to stop the spread of the Stukel Fire approximately 4 miles southwest of Olene, according to a press release.
PELL CITY — Anytime B.A.S.S. brings a tournament to town do not expect the weather to cooperate. In the late summer temperatures around the South are hot.
Rays of sun shower down across the stalks and husks of a cut corn field. Crows caw in the distance. A slight breeze is welcomed as hunters dressed in camouflage fade into the trees and brush along the field edge. Hunters make ready their shotguns as the clock ticks toward high noon.
For most all hunters, the primary mode of travel is their feet. Whether walking to a deer stand, flushing a covey of quail, or sitting in a duck blind, proper foot care is critical.
Sean Wadsworth, 22, of Munford is a big fan of camping, hiking and fishing. He enjoys camping for the alone time and getting back to nature. For Wadsworth, hiking provides a good form of exercise. He said that while hiking you can discover some spectacular views, especially around Mount Chea…
One of the largest undertakings of any hunting land improvement is developing food plots. Hunt clubs and leases utilize food plots as a supplemental food source for deer and other wildlife. The ideal plots will provide nutrition to help sustain wildlife when other food sources are scarce.
During the summer, bass retreat to the cooler depths in lakes and rivers across the state. Creek channels and river ledges become the favorite hideouts for bass seeking some reprise for the sweltering southern sun. Although some bass will move shallow to feed, most of their summer is spent l…
Elisha Burdett, 14, of Alexandria enjoys doing just about anything outdoors. About four years ago, he learned to ride a bike. This was something really special for Burdett. He is non-verbal autistic and communicates by using a special communication device, which looks like an iPad but is muc…
In 1938, Alabama took the initiative to become the first state to outlaw alligator hunting. In 1967, the American Alligator was put on the endangered species list. Through conservation efforts and protection, alligators have flourished throughout the Southeast — even more so in recent years,…
The big day is only two weeks out. Father’s Day is upon us once again. Before the gifts can be purchased some idea for a gift is needed. Having a plan and a good starting point will make the experience much easier.
Madison Wyatt, 15, of Delta, is a tough competitor in the outdoors. She enjoys mountain and road bike racing along with running, camping and kayaking. Riding the mountain bike trails, she is in the woods and the road biking takes her along the back roads.
LINCOLN — The Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) visited Logan Martin Lake last week. This was the second stop on the LBAA tour for 2018. This is the second consecutive year the lady anglers have held a tournament here.