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Though gobbler harvests have fallen of late, good to excellent shooting is still possible in many areas of West Virginia. Read on for some of the best!West Virginia's Best Spring Turkey Spots

West Virginia's Best Spring Turkey Spots

Though gobbler harvests have fallen of late, good to excellent shooting is still possible in

John McCoy

From walleyes to hybrid stripers and more, there's always something biting in the tailraces of the mighty Ohio River. (January 2006)Hot Winter Tailrace Action On The Ohio River

Hot Winter Tailrace Action On The Ohio River

From walleyes to hybrid stripers and more, there's always something biting in the tailraces of

Bushytails haven't been doing that well of late in our wild and wonderful state, though rabbits seem to be holding their own. Here's the latest on two favorite small-game species!West Virginia Squirrel & Rabbit Update

West Virginia Squirrel & Rabbit Update

Bushytails haven't been doing that well of late in our wild and wonderful state, though

Bluestone and Beech Fork are but two of four hot hybrid waters you should try this season in West Virginia. Read on for the latest on these hard-pulling game fish! (May 2006)Our State's Top 4 Hybrid Lakes

Our State's Top 4 Hybrid Lakes

Bluestone and Beech Fork are but two of four hot hybrid waters you should try this season in

From as recent as last year to some 75 years ago, here are amazing tales of bucks that battled to their deaths!True Tales Of Lock-Horned Bucks

True Tales Of Lock-Horned Bucks

From as recent as last year to some 75 years ago, here are amazing tales of bucks that battled

Bob Fala

A county doesn't always have to be No. 1 to offer fine deer hunting. Is one of these counties near you? (August 2006)West Virginia's Best Bow Counties By Region

West Virginia's Best Bow Counties By Region

A county doesn't always have to be No. 1 to offer fine deer hunting. Is one of these counties

Are you looking to take a tom? Your timing couldn't be better. (March 2008).Oregon Turkey Hunting Outlook

Oregon Turkey Hunting Outlook

Are you looking to take a tom? Your timing couldn't be better. (March 2008).

Where are the best places to find top trout-fishing in the Beaver State in 2008? (April 2008)Oregon Trout Forecast

Oregon Trout Forecast

Where are the best places to find top trout-fishing in the Beaver State in 2008? (April 2008)

Hunters in northeast Washington take 70 percent of the state's birds. (April 2009)Turkey Corner

Turkey Corner

Hunters in northeast Washington take 70 percent of the state's birds. (April 2009)

Hit Oregon's highways now to get to these world-class trout-fishing destinations around the Beaver State. (April 2009)It's Time For A Road Trip

It's Time For A Road Trip

Hit Oregon's highways now to get to these world-class trout-fishing destinations around the

Rainbows quickly grow to trophy proportions at this reborn eastern Washington lake. (May 2009)Success At Sprague

Success At Sprague

Rainbows quickly grow to trophy proportions at this reborn eastern Washington lake. (May 2009)

April 24 marks the trout opener. Whether you like to cast spinners for rainbows, drift night crawlers to wild cutthroats, work minnow imitations for big brown trout, or float diminutive dry flies to mountain brookies, here's the region-by-region information you need.Oregon Trout Forecast

Oregon Trout Forecast

April 24 marks the trout opener. Whether you like to cast spinners for rainbows, drift night

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