After serving the outdoor sporting community for more than 30 years, Dale Dunkelberger of Lockport will be inducted into the New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame in the Class of 2021.
As the weather across the country warms up, outdoor activities will become more attractive to people looking to find ways to get moving.
March 7 – Winter 3-D Team Archery League at West Falls Conservation Society, 55 Bridge Street, West Falls (Mike Cummings at 655-5030). Sign up…
The Wilson Harbor Invitational Salmon Tournament is making some significant changes in 2021 to increase participation and prizes for the competition.
The ice fishing action continues to be good and it looks like we can sneak in at least one more weekend locally, according to Ice Team Pro Scott Brauer, of Gasport.
If you fish the inland streams, 2021 is shaping up to be a good year, especially in Western New York, and it’s a good time to get started.
Find out more about the first Virtual Great Lakes Fishing Show, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. March 6.
Take note: Ice shanties must be removed from all waters by March 15.
If you are looking for a fishing competition this weekend – soft or hard water – look no further than the Finger Lakes or the lower Niagara River.
The Genesee River roars over icy waterfalls and through the jagged vistas that have earned the park the nickname "Grand Canyon of the East." T…
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“It’s too bad we did not have a show this year because we were going to be expanding our education even more,” said Joe Yaeger, the point person for all the education at the Expo. “However, it is giving us even more time to plan to the 2022 Expo.”
The “Holiday Deer Hunt” that was proposed last year from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1 in the Southern Zone is approved for 2021.
The cold continues for some great ice fishing opportunities and Lake Erie, with more than 80% ice cover, is helping the lower Niagara River set up perfectly for the Roger Tobey Memorial Steelhead Contest on Feb. 27.
Fishing was one of the few sports where participation seemed to pick up when everything else went on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Pless' massive Niagara County whitetail deer officially broke the New York State record for a nontypical set of antlers taken by bow and arrow.
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As incentive for joining the action, there will be $10,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs in the five main categories.
Despite some of the coldest temperatures of the year, diehard fishermen are still catching nice fish.
Ice forms on the the 40-foot waterfall on Murder Creek in Akron Falls Park, pictured Monday, Feb. 8, 2021.
During the same weekend, the 24th annual Great Backyard Bird Count will take place for bird watchers of all ages and abilities.
Archery, fly tying and more on this week's calendar of events.
After a brief warm up, look for temperatures to dip into some of the coldest weather of the season, making it perfect for ice fishing.
"New York State is among the most restrictive states in the country when it comes to hunting big game with a firearm," writes Bill Hilts Jr.