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Hunters provide season-long economic boost

November 28, 2015 Big-game hunting is quite likely the most traditional of all Adirondack sporting pursuits. more »»

Physical, social and nutritional benefits of hunting

November 21, 2015 Although there continues to be a recurring debate surrounding the issues of firearms and sport hunting these days, one of the most important benefits that sportsmen and women derive from the hunt is... more »»

Finding the past in a familiar place

November 14, 2015 Well, it appears the deep woods are slowly beginning to open up as the fall foliage is finally falling. The heavy, leafy understory of beech whips and maples has limited hunter’s vision all season. more »»

Basic skills for beginner hunters

November 7, 2015 The majority of hunting media sources — ranging from magazines and newspapers to television and the internet — continue to provide a wide range of beneficial information on hunting skills that are... more »»

Highs and lows of Adirondack beef through the years

October 31, 2015 As hunters return to the deep woods of the Adirondacks, it is easy to forget that white-tailed deer were nearly expatriated from the region about a century ago. Following on the tail of Re. more »»

Time to drop the bumbling idiot persona

October 24, 2015 Big game hunting season kicks off this weekend in the North Countr. more »»

In a hunting camp state of mind

October 17, 2015 As I look forward to the beginning of the big game hunting season, which opens this weekend for muzzleloaders, my most recent brook trout outing provided a fitting end to a wonderful fishing season. more »»

In the grips of Seasonal Sporting Syndrome

October 10, 2015 Seasonal Sporting Syndrome is a unique malady that is known to slowly overcome both sportsmen and women alike. more »»

Dam removal clears the way for migrating fish

October 3, 2015 Although restoration work continues on the site of the old Saw Mill Dam on the Boquet River in Willsboro, the major portion of the impoundment’s structure is no longer standing. more »»

Out of the kitchen and into the woods

September 19, 2015 As the trout season slowly winds down to an end on October 15, the primary focus of most sportsmen, and women will shift to the hunting season with birds in the air and whitetails in the woods. more »»

Transforming outdoor skills into life skills

September 12, 2015 Although summer-like weather continues to hold sway across the region, there are already many natural signs to indicate autumn is looming on the near horizon. more »»

Humans stake claim as ultimate predator

September 5, 2015 I recently received a press release from the Maine Department of Fish and Wildlife regarding the state’s annual bear season that began Monday, Aug. 31 and concludes after Thanksgiving. more »»

Playing it safe for more than 40 years

August 29, 2015 Over the years, I’ve often taken the opportunity to look back to consider how lucky I’ve been in the course of my travels. more »»

The storm that changed the landscape

August 22, 2015 Nearly four years have passed since Tropical Storm Irene blew through the Adirondacks during the summer of 2011, roughing up the roads and tearing down the towns. more »»

Adirondack Park evolving toward diversity

August 15, 2015 The Adirondack Park was created in 1892 in an effort to protect the valuable water and timber resources of the region. more »»

Finding solitude off the beaten path

August 8, 2015 Fortunately, the summer-like weather has continued to hold sway over the region for over a week or more, and has provided visiting vacationers and locals alike with an opportunity to enjoy a long... more »»

Bass back in action on rivers and streams

August 1, 2015 As water temperatures continue to rise into the 70-degree range on the larger rivers, it is a good time for ethical anglers to seek alternative fishing opportunities. more »»

Berry patches disappearing at alarming rate

July 25, 2015 Since the early 1980s, I’ve made my home in Ray Brook in the shadow of Scarface Mountain. more »»

Equal angling opportunities, night or day

July 18, 2015 Although there are many talented anglers to be found in most Adirondack communities, one simple fact unites them all. more »»

Tupper goes wild over elevated attraction

July 11, 2015 Over the holiday weekend I took a little trip to Tupper Lake for the grand opening of Wild Walk, The Wild Center’s newest attraction. more »»



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