The warmer weather doesn’t seem to have affected the fish bite, according to individual fishing reports and tournament results, especially on some of our smaller lakes.
Since I retired 19 years ago, I’ve spent three to four days a week bass fishing, mostly on area waters, and have had some very good days, but last Friday was my best ever.
Average catch for columnist is down 75 percent after dredging equipment is broken down.
Mike Auriemma is a dedicated fisherman and a very successful Great Sacandaga Lake walleye angler.
I applied for my first NYS pistol permit in Albany County in 1968 and received it on Feb. 4, 1969. On the bottom of my permit in large capital letters was, “HUNTING AND TARGET ONLY.”
Apparently the big bass that swim in Saratoga Lake have decided to bite.
As of Sept. 15 of this year, it will be illegal to possess, sell, distribute trade or transport Eurasian boar in New York State.
In 2013, New York State made it illegal to import, breed or release Eurasian boar.
I always enjoy getting stories about kids in the outdoors, especially when it comes to fishing.
Saratoga Lake continues to give up some good bass, both large- and smallmouth.
Assuming the summer is really here, you might want to consider spending a weekend sleeping under the stars in our Adirondacks.
The regular bass fishing season has finally opened and the fish are biting, especially on Lake Champlain.
Two of the oldest sponsors of fishing contests for kids have paired up for the Ryan’s Farmers Market free fishing contest.
Local teens, hunting with relatives, bring home turkeys
Tom turkey taken at Outdoor Writers conference
Turkey season opening day unusual, exciting
Zack Galcik of Schuylerville bags a turkey on opening day
Spring turkey season begins Friday
Now that the ice is gone, boats are appearing on lakes and rivers
Some items offered to help spring turkey hunters
Michael Mach doesn’t pretend to know the loss suffered by Joseph A. Christman’s mother and family, he told a court Tuesday at his own drunken driving manslaughter sentencing.
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.