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It was nice to finally have a weekend that was fairly dry, after all the rainy days we’ve had this spring, with a partly sunny week expected ahead. Surprisingly with all the rain, our … more
Nutrition can be one of the most challenging aspects of our health to master. There is so much emotion attached to food that it can be difficult to objectively look at what we eat and determine … more
The Pennsylvania Game Commission reported results from the 2023-24 deer seasons, which ended in January. Hunters harvested an estimated 430,010 white-tailed deer. The statewide buck harvest was … more
There are many factors that influence our ability to reach our goals and become the version of ourselves we aspire to be. Of course, one very important factor is us. We have the ability to respond to … more
Our rivers and streams had been in a very fishable shape last week, with the early hatches of Quill Gordons and Blue Quills noted. Fishing below the surface with wet flies and nymphs has been … more
The trout opening day of April 1 is not what it used to be. Driving around Sullivan County on the opening day of trout season and checking out many trout streams, it was very disappointing not to see … more
One of the most frustrating and unfortunate parts of exercise is injury. While there are many precautions we can take to try to avoid it, there is always a chance that something unexpected happens. … more
The Mosquito Creek Sportsmen’s Club recently completed its 33rd annual coyote hunt. For the first time in their contests, the top three entries of coyotes all weighed over 50 pounds. With … more
Over the course of the last six years, I’ve learned there are many ways managing our health is similar to running a business. In both, we think it needs to be complicated, and that complexity … more
After several cold, gloomy and dreary days, this past Easter weekend brought glorious sunshine that lifted spirits. Our rivers and streams are in good shape for the beginning of the trout season and … more
The National Shooting Sports Foundation recently released the Firearm Production in the United States including the Firearm Import and Export Data 2023 Edition. The report consists of the most … more
Have you ever told someone about a goal or dream of yours and their response was all of the reasons why it might not work out? Having a support system is crucial to successfully reaching our goals, … more
We are less than a week away from Opening Day of the regular trout fishing season in New York State that anglers have looked forward to! It’s been a relatively easy winter, with only a few … more
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil M. Seggos, who has held the Commissioner’s position for over eight years, announced he would be stepping down once the … more
The extra hour of sunshine hitting my face in the afternoon this week has me feeling more energized than I have all winter. You may be feeling similarly, now that daylight savings time has arrived … more
The National Deer Association (NDA) recently released their annual deer report. An average of 41 percent of North America’s deer hunters successfully harvested at least one deer during the … more
Strength training is one of my favorite forms of exercise. Few things can make you feel as accomplished as proving to yourself that you can lift a heavy weight, do more pushups than you have been … more
Wayne LaPierre, Executive Vice President of the National Rifle Association (NRA), is resigning from the NRA. He addressed the members of the NRA in the latest issue of the American Hunter Magazine. … more
Movement is a crucial component of our health. Unfortunately, many current jobs require us to sit for many hours at a time, which increases the amount of time we spend sedentary each day. We all know … more
The state’s bear hunters remain as loyal in their pursuit as ever to hunt bear, but there is a tremendous increase in bear hunters.   Pennsylvania had fewer than 130,000 bear hunters … more
Failure is something we all try to avoid. Putting ourselves in positions with the possibility of not being successful makes us vulnerable, and that can be scary and frustrating. While we usually try … more
Two men were arrested in Montana for killing about 3,600 birds, including bald and golden eagles. This took place on Montana’s Flathead Indian Reservation and elsewhere, then they sold eagle … more
It all started one summer night after a Sullivan County Women’s Softball League game at Collin’s Park in 2018. Cosmos and I were on our way home to Montgomery after the game and as the … more
The Pennsylvania Game Commission recently honored wildlife biologist Dr. Gary Alt. Alt, 72 years young, formerly from Moscow, PA and now living in California, received the John C. Oliver Lifetime … more
Breakfast is a highly debated topic. Many experts advocate for eating breakfast every day, while there are just as many who encourage avoiding it at all costs. Whether or not to eat breakfast is a … more
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