Well, “Spring Around The Trail” is off to a pretty good start. The weather is cooperating for the most part, and several sections have been either checked and/or cleared.
While the weather is just now becoming warm enough to fish, I’m already stressing about turkey hunting. Guess it got even worse on the trout opener while I was standing stream side waiting for…
When I was a kid several decades ago I heard a senseless rhyme that has stuck with me through all the years. It relates to this time of year when we expect certain things to happen at the end …
With the uncertainty of the COVID situation, it’s hard to plan anything, so the trail club is kind of holding off on that for the time being.
With the arrival of spring, the days have slipped by quickly and carried us into April. This is the time of year when those of us who enjoy the outdoors seem to get our second wind.
Without a doubt, many of you are fisherman who purchase the latest technology in rods, reels and other fishing gear. Then you go fishing and never give a thought to how gear has changed over t…
Well here it is April already, and time to “Spring Around The Trail.” This is our yearly event to check out the Susquehannock Trail System.
They claim some rain helps to bring the frost out of the ground. If that’s the case, we’re getting some help today (March 18) in that regard.
The following are results from the Black Forest Conservation Association’s open trap shooting on Sunday, March 14.
We’re well into the month of March and, just like clock work, I was questioned about why I was out fishing before the April opener. I answered them with, “Don’t you know that year-round trout …
Not only is the weather getting better, but hopefully so are our plans for this year. The access road into Bolich Run may be getting the necessary improvements to allow us to get materials in …
I just made a visit to a couple of gun shops in the last week or so looking for a new sling for my turkey shotgun and couldn’t believe the number of people purchasing guns and looking for ammo…
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced campsites will be available at an additional 16 state parks to accommodate fishing enthusiasts who wan…
As the snow is melting and the streams are running high, this would be a good time to check out this suggested hike, especially if you are a fan of waterfalls. I’m speaking of the trek to Sand…
While much of the month is still technically winter, the start of March is considered by many to be the start of the spring season in Pennsylvania. And, as winter gives way to warmer weather, …
NU's young backup QBs need time to develop. So, some advice in that regard courtesy of the great John Wooden: Be quick, but don't hurry.
GM Brian Gutekunst a proponent of developing assets continually at the quarterback position.
At least two key transfers are coming to bolster Brown’s group; plus, Stanley Berryhill III continues to excel and why Gunner Cruz has been off on deep throws.
Chimere Dike showed big-play ability, tight ends were all over the field and Leo Chenal shined at the Badgers' ninth spring practice.
ESPN's analyst Mel Kiper says this year's draft is "mysterious" and "complicated."
Notes and takeaways from the UA's second full spring scrimmage, which took place under the lights at Arizona Stadium on Saturday.
The UA coach has followed up on his vow to connect with past Cats, hiring Brandon Sanders as a liaison, among other program initiatives.
Rolling up a school-record 807 yards of total offense, SIU closed the regular season with a non-conference win over 15th-ranked Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday at Saluki Stadium.
The Tigers were swept at Florida, falling to 11-23 overall.
Montana State might be closer to choosing its next starting quarterback.
There was plenty for Husker fans to like about Saturday's practice. But fan anxiety should be expected right now.
The first spring of the Bryan Harsin era is almost complete.
Here are several other observations from nearly three hours at Memorial Stadium, including a pretty slick play from Omar Manning and company.
Elsewhere for Missouri track and field, Chris Conrad and Arianna Fisher each won events in the second day of competition at the War Eagle Invitational in Auburn, Alabama.
White defeated Crimson 13-10 at Alabama’s A-Day spring game in Bryant-Denny Stadium.