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Furano Captures SFL Title

August 1, 2018 Well, she did it. Boardman High School freshman Kennedy Furano caught one fish in the final event of the Student Fishing League to capture the 2018 Angler of the Year award. That 1. more »»

NSSF Expanding Programs

May 22, 2018 With everything that’s being going on the past few years with guns, shootings and increasing talk of gun control, the National Shooting Sports Foundation has taken a proactive stance on firearms... more »»

It’s Cold! — Try Military Surplus Boots

January 23, 2018 Some would say it’s a blessing, others might call it a curse, and who knows, maybe I’m the only hunter who has experienced this problem, but this past Fall, I had it happen to me again. more »»

Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center is Open

June 3, 2016 CALCUTTA, OH — Since 2001 the Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center has entertained visitors young and old at the Columbiana County facility. more »»

The Art and Science of Staying Dry Outdoors

March 15, 2016 “What was the worst weather you ever experienced, while you were in the field?” This is one of the most frequent questions I receive when I tell people I was assigned to Fort Wainwright in... more »»

Art in a Tree

September 14, 2014 Hornet and yellow jacket nests are a work of art. They display a variety of colors and they are all differen. more »»

How To: Before and After

September 12, 2014 Walking sticks are special to most hunters and hikers. Each has a story behind it that makes them very unique. more »»

Tag Soup...Choice or Just a Bad Decision

March 10, 2014 For me, it was another year with of an unfilled deer tag. I am not in a panic. I’ll get another chance this fall. My question is to you is: (and I’m hoping to see some honest feedback on this topic). more »»

Elk - Up Close and Personal

October 30, 2013 What a special thing Pennsylvania has going on with the continued success and numbers of elk in the state. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the efforts to restore elk to PA. more »»

Gun Rights Supporters…Sometimes, We’re Our Own Worst Enemy (Part 2)

June 17, 2013 A couple months ago, I wrote a short article and gave two prime examples of how law abiding, gun rights supporters are acting in ways that actually support the gun control advocates position. more »»

“It’s My Opinion”

May 10, 2013 If you have read any of my other opinion articles or have talked with me, it’s quite obvious that I am on the side of being a gun rights supporter, but not to an extreme. more »»

The First Experience Was a Good One

June 11, 2012 I didn’t write this in my article about the PA Crappie Camp, but my visit to Pymatuning Lake for the camp in May was my first fishing experience there. more »»

Bushnell’s HD Torch…Big Output from a Compact Package

May 24, 2012 Manufacturers excel when it comes to promoting their products as the “best” or “greatest”. Sometimes, it’s all ‘huff’ and no ‘puff’. more »»

Resurrection of the Chestnut Tree

May 24, 2012 What does the blight of the American chestnut tree in the early 1900s have to do with this region and the outdoors? A lot actuall. more »»

Effort and Reward in Hunting

May 24, 2012 As I write this I’m watching a gobbler court a hen turkey less than a hundred yards out the back window of my house, in a wide open fiel. more »»

Keep Reading and Learning

March 29, 2012 You just never know what you might learn from an outdoor TV or radio show or magazine article. That’s what keeps us in business. Thank you, and you’re welcome. more »»

Enjoying the Outdoors at 14

February 7, 2012 His sisters call him ‘Frontier Boy’. Fourteen “and a half” year-old Gabe Nelson doesn’t mind the nickname. He just enjoys the outdoors. “I do all of this stuff out in the woods,” said Gabe of name. more »»

Happy New Year:

January 20, 2012 Happy New Year!!! Yes another year has slipped past — 2012 is upon us. more »»

Are Cell Phones in the Deer Woods Legal?

December 6, 2011 Are cell phones permitted in the deer woods? This is the question I posed — along with others on the topic — to OVO’s Pro Staffers and writers/contributors of Ohio Valley Outdoor Times and Ohio... more »»

Persistence Pays Off

July 14, 2011 Persistence is one of the most important qualities an angler can have. It’s also a necessary quality in any of our endeavors. more »»

A Tax Plan That Works — Really!

June 14, 2011 Finally someone has reported on a tax plan in this country that WORKS! Yes, a tax plan that works, and benefits the outdoor industry — on both ends. more »»



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It’s Been Fun, But We’re Done

February 22, 2019 Note: this column ran in the February 2019 issue of the Ohio Valley Outdoor Times, the final issue that will be printe. more »

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