The cold wouldn’t keep Kevin Jeffrey and David Sears inside, though. In their world, it was a perfect afternoon to hit the snow for … a bike ride.
It was only later, after he saw the golden orb he then captured on his smart-phone camera, that Scott Vierck got to thinking about the odd feeling he experienced on his drive into the forests of southwest Oregon in search of elk.
Why do you hunt or fish? How about your friend — what’s her reason? Is it for the meat, the recreation, or maybe it’s a way to connect with family and friends.
I’m wedged on one haunch between the turkey itself, a box of Thanksgiving decor and sundries, and my squirming daughter in the back of my mother-in-law’s sedan as it travels toward the Bar M Ranch near Adams, Ore.
Winter is dropping down on us out of the Gulf of Alaska. The sun has slipped off to the south and daylight periods are getting shorter. In the Blue Mountain region about the only warm thought is that summer is approaching south of the equator.
Fines and incentives have boosted hunter compliance with mandatory reporting programs to help states manage game populations, but a good share of hunters still don’t voluntarily help the cause.
A holiday gift-giving guide for any outdoors enthusiasts on your list.
Perhaps it’s time to think ahead to the end of this hunting season, and find something else to keep us busy before the spring thaw.
As a young girl April Vokey became fascinated with steelheading — the antithesis of instant gratification — and matured into a woman with a tireless work ethic, polished skills and a good helping of brains and beauty.
Myanmar may have a new tallest mountain, though so far it seems quite happy with the old one.
A newly revised Forest Service management plan outlines 161,400 acres suitable for official wilderness designation in North Idaho.
Sara Waller is collaborating with students at MSU and California State University-Dominguez Hills student Angel Pinedo to gather recordings of rural and urban coyotes.
Idaho Fish and Game crews battle to bring once plentiful game fish back to Lake Cascade.
Why, all of a sudden it seems, are women finally discovering shooting?
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