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Fall fishing brings many opportunities, locally and within a day’s drive. I have a particular fondness for fishing behind the office in Narrowsburg and in the many lakes and ponds of northern … more
Problem: It’s cold, rainy, snowing, windy. You want to shoot but don’t want to drive to an indoor range a half hour away. Ammo is getting more expensive and you can’t justify the … more
Archery season is a very different animal than rifle season. The weather is different, the animal behavior is different and, of course, the weapons are different. But as juxtaposed as the two seasons … more
Yes, you’re out there to enjoy nature. Sitting quietly in your stand, or along a body of water with a fishing pole. Maybe you’re sitting in a hut waiting for a fish to nail a tip-up. … more
As anyone who spends enough time outdoors knows, ticks are a problem. A simple walk through the woods or even a trek through the backyard can result in at least one crawling across your skin. Even … more
Graphic Designer Amanda Reed shot this great video and other awesome action pics of dock dogs and so much more while visiting the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg PA. Click Here to read … more
Ever wonder what ammunition and its components look like internally? Fogammo.com cut these rounds in half to show you a perspective that you may not have seen before. DISCLAIMER: Don’t try this … more
In summer of 2017, I had the privilege to attend the Wildlife Leadership Academy. This academy focuses on leadership skills and prepares youth to become conservation ambassadors. This week-long field … more
Not every cut of meat from a harvest, or the store, is the same. Some are tougher than others. Tough meat can be ground into burger, slow roasted, or even turned into stew meat. Another way to make … more
The use of camouflage, or camo, is integral to the art of hunting. While it may be a central part of the sport, many either take it far too seriously or not seriously enough. Believe it or not, there … more
We’ve all been there. Finally get the shot, the animal is down, and it’s time to get to the real work. You make the cut and sigh because your knife just isn’t as sharp as you … more
There are more hunters retiring than joining the ranks each year. It’s a sad truth that the next generation of hunters will have to deal with. There will be fewer in the following generation … more
Hunting the Eastern coyote has become more and more popular over time, to the point that many clubs and organizations now pit hunter against hunter for coyote cash in many tournaments around the … more
• Every hunter and fisher has seen work that he or she likes. Talk to your friends to find out who did their mounts, visit their shops and look at some of their work first hand. Find out how the … more
If you want to try your hand at camo deer-skull dipping, here are a few helpful, step-by-step tips: • Tape It Up: Wrap electrical tape tightly around the base of the horns to prevent paint from … more
Since mobile phones are woven into everyday life, and come packed with features, why not make the most of it when you get outdoors? There’s an app for just about everything under the sun (or … more
In early summer, I braved the lower Delaware River and went striper fishing. It was cold, but we caught some great fish and had a fantastic time. I used bait I’d never touched before … more
The Tri-State Region and Upper Delaware Valley offer outdoor enthusiasts plenty of hunting and fishing opportunities when autumn closes in. There are thousands of acres of publicly accessible land … more
For many shooters, our choice ammo is often “what can we get the most bang for our buck?” This often means we are going for the lowest cost per round, and this will likely lead most of us … more
Historically, the peregrine falcon nested in this region through the early part of the 20th century. However, the peregrine suffered the same plight as the bald eagle; breeding failures became common … more
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