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'CSI (Critter Scene Investigators): Adirondacks'

January 4, 2014 "CSI: Crime Scene Investigators" is one of the most popular television shows on the air. more »»

One last shot for big game hunters

December 7, 2013 Although winter will not officially arrive until Dec. 21, recent weather patterns seem to indicate the season is well underway. more »»

Step off the pavement for a healthy retreat

November 23, 2013 Game on! From all reports, it appears that the peak of the rut has arrived. The rut is a term used to describe the annual whitetail deer breeding seaso. more »»

In search of more snow at hunting camp

November 16, 2013 The month of November is already halfway gone, and there’s barely been enough snow to reveal deer tracks, much less ski tracks until this week. more »»

Challenges and rewards of sportsmen’s pursuits

November 9, 2013 As the regular big game hunting season shifts into full gear, North Country hunters are again learning how to deal with unexpectedly warm weather patterns that have limited the supply of any... more »»

On the hunt as the weather finally turns

November 2, 2013 Finally, the weather pattern has begun to look and feel more seasonally appropriat. more »»

Camping: An American vacation tradition

October 26, 2013 The annual American Camping Report, sponsored by KOA and Coleman Outdoors, has long provided some of the finest and most comprehensive information on the state of an industry that has rarely been... more »»

Whitetail deer: the original Adirondack attraction

October 19, 2013 Although Indian Summer weather has been hanging on well into the autumn months, Adirondack residents know that the weather can turn ugly at any moment. more »»

State forests’ history a lot like the present

October 12, 2013 While rummaging through an old trunk recently, I uncovered an original copy of the “Official Report of Forest, Fish and Game Commission for New York — In the year ending September 30, 1901. more »»

Demystifying hunting as the season kicks off

October 5, 2013 All woodland travelers should be aware the annual big-game hunting season has already begun. However, it will be at least two weeks before hunters are carrying firearms. more »»

Autumn is in the air and the mountains

September 28, 2013 Autumn has arrived, and it didn’t just sneak through an open door. This year, the season has barged right into town, flouting its grand colors with the accompanying chill and frosty coverings. more »»

Conference participants get taste of the Adirondacks

September 21, 2013 The season’s first true blast of cold autumn air visited the region earlier in the week, delivering the first significant frost of the season. more »»

Self-induced seasonal sporting schizophrenia

September 14, 2013 While golfers are still busy chasing their balls and clubbing the duff at distant downstate golf course grounds, Adirondackers are lusting for the fall. more »»

Bird’s eye view of the fishing season

September 7, 2013 Fast on the trail of the recent Labor Day crowds will be the hundreds of paddlers who journey north each year to participate in the Adirondack Canoe Classic 90-mile race. more »»

Mind your mountain manners

August 31, 2013 Over the course of my many years in the woods, I’ve managed to put a lot of trail miles under my feet. I’ve climbed most of the High Peaks and hiked the Northville-Placid trail. more »»

A family that hikes together stays together

August 24, 2013 It appears the recent spat of fair weather has combined with the looming threat of a new school year to drive more than half the nation’s population outdoors. more »»

With fall closing in, kids take to the woods

August 17, 2013 As the summer season starts to wind down and children begin to stir under the threat of returning to school, it seems I’ve been running into a lot more young anglers on the water than usual. more »»

Time stands still with a rod in hand

August 10, 2013 Gary Berti once claimed, “Brook trout are the canary in the coal mine when it comes to water quality, and the presence of brook trout in a watershed indicates that water quality is excellent. more »»

Further adventures with Doctor Bob

August 3, 2013 Over the course of many years working in the woods and on the waters, I’ve come across plenty of unique characters. more »»

Summer storm brings bass, bear and birds

July 27, 2013 Over the weekend, I managed to get in a few days on the water with an old, young friend. more »»

 
 
 

 

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