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2017 Southern Turkey Forecasts

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2017 Southern turkey forecasts: Where to go, what to expect and how to increase your chances of bagging a bird. The cabin fever… more »

Virginia Turkey Forecast

2017 Virginia Turkey Forecast

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Last spring while afield in Franklin County on the opening day of turkey season, I experienced snow, high winds, bitter… more »

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2017 Top Virginia Bass Fishing Spots

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The Tidewater Region has many great bass fisheries, one of which is Lake Chesdin. At 3,100 acres located near Chesterfield,… more »

VA Fishing Forecast Feature

2017 Virginia Fishing Forecast

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Saltwater, freshwater, big water, small streams: Virginia’s got some top angling for any taste. We’ve picked three of the best… more »

Virginia Trophy Deer

Virginia Deer Forecast for 2016

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Matt Knox, Deer Project Coordinator for the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF), reported that there were 209,197 deer… more »


Virginia Family Fishing Destinations for 2016

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School is winding down and the kids are anxious to get outside and do something. Obviously fishing is a great… more »

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Virginia Bass Forecast for 2016

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Each year we try to change up the waters we profile for largemouth destinations. This year we continue that effort… more »

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Virginia Turkey Forecast for 2016

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The benefits of scouting a few days before opening day of Virginia’s spring gobbler season had never been more apparent…. more »


Virginia 2016 Fishing Calendar

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Saltwater, freshwater, big water, small streams — Virginia offers excellent angling in every state year-round. Most anglers have several “favorite”… more »


2015 Trophy Deer Forecast: Virginia

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Last month we noted that Virginia’s total deer harvest last season declined 21 percent. Of the deer checked in this… more »

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