Thursday, June 18, 2015
By Ken Perrotte
America's great national forests, and especially the wildlife that live within them, are in a bit of trouble.
Virginia turkey hunters killed 92 percent of their spring gobblers in 2014 on private land. The extent to which private land hunting success tops public land is astonishing.
Statistics compiled in 2014 by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries are telling. State-owned lands such as wildlife management areas have...
Note: I held off on posting this blog about a hunt at Uruguay Lodge until the feature in Safari Club International's "Safari" magazine was published. That article ran in the July/Augu...
Anglers frequently ask each other, “What’s your favorite fish to catch?” The followup question is often, “What’s your favorite fish to eat?” For me, at least in terms of freshwater fi...
A rainy, late September Newfoundland moose hunt this year offered challenging conditions and ample opportunities to try out some new gear.
First, in the shooting category, my hunting c...
Note: A portion of this blog appeared in my newspaper column in the July 26, 2019 edition of the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star. Click here to access the paper.
View from atop the lu...
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