And then God created gobbler hunters
In the event you are not
already properly pumped
up for the rapidly
approaching spring gobbler
season, let me suggest
that you purchase a
copy of “Spring Beckonings,
gobblers call and we
must go” by Otha Barham
and read it during the next
couple of weeks.
Duck count sky high in Maryland
aerial survey teams of pilots and
biologists from the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service and the Maryland
Department of Natural
Resources make visual estimates
of ducks, swans and
geese along Maryland’s Chesapeake
Bay shoreline and
Best fishing photo sought for Maryland guide cover in 2015
The Maryland Department of
Natural Resources announced a contest to find
a photograph to use on the cover of the 2015
Maryland Fishing Guide.
Big Game Bulletin available
2013 West Virginia Big Game Bulletin is
available at Division of Natural
Resources district offices, the Elkins and
South Charleston offices, and on the
agency’s website, according to Curtis I.
anglers have been
recognized by the
West Virginia Division
Resources for catching trophy
Deer group slates dinner, speaker
The Quality Deer Management Association
will host an educational event and free dinner
March 22, 5 p.m., at the Pleasant Valley Community Center.
Gobbler stuff can get crazy
Tough, old bird
The third gobbler I killed was in 1990 while hunting on Pond Hill near McCoole. Relatively early in the morning I sent out a couple yelp calls. Immediately, 75-100 yards away, what sounded like three gobblers got into a fight.
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AGSA creates website
The Allegany-Garrett Sportsmen’s Association, in existence since 1972, now has a website (www.agsaclub.org).
City-limits deer kill rises
The number of deer killed during Parkersburg’s 2013 urban archery hunt jumped 100 percent from 2012’s total.
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