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Winter enthusiasts relish return of cold and snow

December 18, 2010 The winter season, jumpstarted by last week’s deep deposit of snow, suffered a setback when heavy rains condensed the snowpack over the weekend. more »»

Snowstorms usher in beginning of winter

December 11, 2010 The arrival of the season’s first significant snowstorm coincided with the conclusion of New York’s Northern Zone big game season last weekend. more »»

Once again, big game season nearly snowless

December 4, 2010 The northern zone big game hunting season, which ends Sunday, will constitute another full hunting season that provided less than a full week of consistent snow cover on the ground. more »»

DEC does more than people realize

November 27, 2010 There is no question about it, outdoor recreation and tourism are key elements in the Adirondack economy. more »»

North River man bucks trend

November 20, 2010 The big game hunting season has passed its midpoint and, to date, the take has been meager. more »»

Snow is a welcome guest to the North Country

November 13, 2010 I know many people will take umbrage with the mere mention of such an obvious observation, but it sure is nice to have snow on the ground again. more »»

Whitetail hunting season close to its peak

November 6, 2010 It’s that time of year again. For whitetail hunters, the most important two weeks of the entire deer season are just around the corner. more »»

Shirttails intact, camp regular makes up for early misfire

October 30, 2010 Recent weather patterns have been largely conducive for big-game hunters, with a little snow, a bit of rain, some cooler nights and a string of several nice days. more »»

Hunting season opens with snow on the ground

October 23, 2010 On the day the door closed on this year’s trout season, winter came knocking and brought along nearly a half a foot of fresh snow. more »»

The golden age of autumn has arrived

October 16, 2010 In the upper elevations, autumn has reached its golden age, as forests shed their foliage and the evergreens become ever more apparent. more »»

Muzzleloaders have come a long way

October 9, 2010 The inexorable advancement of autumn continues unabated. Birds are still on the wing headed south, brook trout and lake trout are on the spawn and hunters are again on the prowl. more »»

Sporting options abound with coming of October

October 2, 2010 October has finally arrived and on the sporting calendar, it ranks a perfect 10. more »»

Slow down to unveil nature’s mysteries

September 25, 2010 It was a soft morning along the hard road to camp, with a thousand shafts of sunlight illuminating the woods. more »»

As the old saying goes ...

September 18, 2010 If questioned, most people can usually remember at least one old weather proverb. Often, it’s an old adage about a woodchuck seeing it’s shadow. more »»

Raquette River revisted, this time with a motor

September 11, 2010 After paddling down the Raquette River last week, I decided to take a trip up the river the following week, with a plan to do a little fishing along the river and to visit Raquette Fall. more »»

Riding the Raquette River rapids

September 4, 2010 The day dawned bright and blue, offering ideal conditions for an overnight expedition along a lonely stretch of the Raquette River. more »»

Hints of autumn’s splendor

August 28, 2010 Fast on the tail end of a long, hot, mostly pleasant and nearly rain-free summer, the rains finally arrived.  However, it does not appear that the rain is here to stay. more »»

Battle brewing over woods and waters

August 21, 2010 There is a major social and political battle brewing and it is about to strike in the heartland of our nation’s longest-held sporting tradition. more »»

Seeing things through the eyes of a child

August 14, 2010 For the past few weeks, I have been involved in a constant blur of outdoor activities, from hiking and fishing to paddling and camping. more »»

Presidents take to the field to escape ‘strenuous life’

August 7, 2010 I remember the report. A radio news bulletin announced, “A killer rabbit penetrated Secret Service security and attacked President Carter on a recent trip to Plains, Georgi. more »»



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