Rafting outfitters see this weekend as a key indicator
Riding the splashing Ocoee and Nantahala rivers in inflatable rubber rafts has been popular for nearly a half-century, despite ups and downs in the economy.
Earlier this year, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent a letter to Pennsylvania’s governor, Ed Rendell, urging him to support legislation making it illegal for anyone under 18 to hunt in the Keystone State.
BLUE RIDGE, Ga. — In the mountains of North Georgia, the first place in the Southeast where a sanctioned United States Adventure Racing Association event was held, the sport remains plenty strong.
Chambers wins seventh Shackleton sailing series
Wintry winds seem to bite extra harshly into sports associated with warm weather, but not for those sailors competing in the Shackleton Series out of Sale Creek Marina.
“Turkey hunting is by far the best way to introduce anyone to hunting,” Chris Walls said during this year’s National Wild Turkey Federation convention in Nashville.
Almost a decade after Florida bass were introduced into Lake Chickamauga, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officials still aren’t sure if that has enhanced the fishing.
A Kentucky girl used to wear only black attire to school and wrote for 21 consecutive days in her diary: “No one spoke to me today.”
Rossville’s Lanny Gilliam and his nephew Jeremiah Gilliam were among the 158 applicants drawn for the two-day deer hunt at Georgia’s Franklin Delano Roosevelt State Park in January.
The U.S. government’s SAFE program is starting to catch on with farm owners and operators in Middle and West Tennessee the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency recently reported.
Lings won’t forget 19-month sailboat trip to Maine and back
Rodger Ling took his wife and daughter on a 19-month sailboat trip covering 10,000 miles by river and sea.
A 5-pound, 14-ounce spotted bass caught by Jack Watson of Tellico Plains on Dec. 31 in Parksville Lake, east of Cleveland, has been confirmed as the new Tennessee state record for the species.
So there’s no Chattanooga RV Show to ease the winter doldrums for outdoorsmen?
It was a quick summer trip for Mike Haugen, a 31-year-old eighth-grade science teacher in Denver.
Good deer habitat, a lack of hunting pressure and natural protection have been cited as instrumental in big antler racks claimed this season at the Oak Ridge Wildlife Management Area.
Back in the 1970s, the transfer of stripers from Atlantic Ocean tributaries where they thrived to places like Georgia’s Oostanaula and Etowah rivers brought lots of concerns.
Trenniss Elliott was expecting nothing more than a nice family outing when he took his wife and sons to Cooper’s Creek Wildlife Management Area near their Blairsville, Ga., home on Oct. 4.
When 14-year-old Sarah Terry of Mount Sterling, Ky., landed a Kentucky-record 47-pound muskellunge recently, it drew considerable interest from seasoned fishermen and younger anglers alike.
It’s a comment often heard from backyard birders:
When Rick McFerrin cast a Prowler soft shad bait close to a dock on Tims Ford Lake, he saw several smallmouth bass immediately chasing it.