Conventional wisdom has long held that deer are more active on moonlit nights and most active under a full moon. The day after, the conjecture followed, deer move around less in the daylight.
Crouched down in the forest, knife in hand, Brennon Leman starts to skin the bull elk lying dead on the ground. He draws his blade across the animal’s belly, over its legs and along its neck, peeling back the hide bit by bit. Leman removes the elk’s legs and trims off cuts of meat, laying them off to the side. When the animal is fully butchered, Leman stands up, sets down the controllers in his hands and removes his virtual reality headset.
Summer is over and fall is in full swing (with a dose of winter for good measure). Which means its time for area high school students to rev their writing engines.
Join the Spokane Canoe & Kayak Club general meeting Oct. 28 as Bill and Debbie Pierce recount their 12-day raft trip on the Alsek River.
The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness is seeking hiking leaders for the 2019-20 winter season.
All walleye caught on the Thompson chain of lakes in Lincoln County must be killed immediately and the entire fish turned over to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks under an emergency regulation adopted Thursday by the Fish and Wildlife Commission.
For hunters heading to Idaho, make sure to check out the Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s Access Yes! program providing hunters access to private lands.
The film “Winterland” will be shown Oct. 24 at the Bing Crosby Theater.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to hear updates on wolf, cougar and bear management, and a number of proposed revisions to fishing regulations on Friday and Saturday.
Now that I have a partner, I never get to have any fun in the yard.
As heavy machinery shunted earth, dug pits and generally disturbed a sunny September day, Michael Lucid explained how all this commotion may combat the worst effects of climate change.
By all accounts, opening weekend for the general deer hunting season was slow in Northeast Washington.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Oct. 17
Aspens are changing to autumn colors as Meredith Heick treks the trails southwest of Spokane at Fishtrap Lake.
You know the feeling. When your back itches, you’ve gotta scratch it.
State, federal and tribal governments will hold a practice on how to respond if invasive mussels make it to Lake Roosevelt.
A fishy fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Dorian has raised more than $40,000.
Washington managers are preparing for when northern pike, a voracious invasive predator, make it below the Grand Coulee Dam.
We’re rambling and bumbling through thick country in northeast Washington, the lingering snow from an unusual late-September storm sliding from the understory of the pines and aspens.
The idea for Jim Manroe’s new company SneakyHunter started with a problem.