The Department of Environmental Conservation will be partnering with several groups to deploy two new pen-rearing projects to hold Atlantic salmon.
March 27-28 – Hawkeye Bowmen Archery Club will hold its Alaskan Shoot at 13300 Clinton St., Alden. Registration is from 7 a.m.-moon. Cost is $…
March 14 – Winter 3-D Team Archery League at Evans Rod and Gun Club, 864 Cain Road, Angola. Call Jerry Gorski at 698-3008. Sign up from 7 a.m.…
Pless' massive Niagara County whitetail deer officially broke the New York State record for a nontypical set of antlers taken by bow and arrow.
See coming events in our Outdoors Calendar.
Archery, fly tying and more on this week's calendar of events.
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Here is what's going on for outdoors enthusiasts.
Venture to Buckhorn Island State Park or Reinstein Woods.
Check out these events happening in Western New York.
If you would like to become a charter captain for fishing, make on-water deliveries, become a dive boat captain, tow boat, sunset cruises or sailing trips, Great Lakes Charter Training will offer classes and tests in Rochester, Syracuse and Buffalo.
Dec. 21 – West Central Area Canada goose season reopens through Jan. 3. Daily limit is two birds per person per day. For info, check www.dec.ny.gov.
For Canada goose hunters in Western New York, the late season in the West Central Area will begin on Monday and run through Jan. 3.
It is the perfect time for crossbow users to get things ready for opening day Nov. 7.
Sept. 16 to Oct. 15 – Land Conservancy Challenge. Scavenger hunt at the 7 nature preserves around WNY. Great way to get outdoors. Check out wn…
Early black bear seasons will open to help kick off the state’s big-game fall hunting action.
Pheasant permit lottery for state parks set
It must be getting close to archery seasons in New York. The Wilson Conservation Club, located on Route 425 in Wilson, starts its popular Sunday morning warmup shoots Sunday (Aug. 23).
The Southern Zone early big game archery season is set to kick off Oct. 1, and there are still plenty of last-minute details to take care of if you’re anything like the average bow bender. At the top of the list is shooting proficiency. “With the technology that is put into the bows on the market today, most dedicated
By Jim Lickfeld, Williamsville This is the 18th year Pennsylvania has had an elk season, but the first with a specific archery season (Sept. 14-28). Previously, the general season lasted six days and any weapon could be used. I have been hunting in Pennsylvania since 1983, and this year I bought a big game license online in July and