The Fifth Annual Genesee River Wilds River Float is scheduled for Sunday, June 2. Last year's event drew a record number of participants.
With the help of volunteers, Cohocton Watershed Shade Enhancement Project gets underway with the planting of hundreds of trees.
Part of a dream came to fruition Friday when the Genesee River Wilds, Inc. committee officially cut the ribbon on the first Genesee River Access Park.
A fund of $25,000 was approved for a Cohocton Watershed Shade Enhancement Project, which will reduce erosion and benefit the trout population of the Cohocton River.
The Broome County Department of Parks and Recreation and the Whitney Point Sportsmen’s Association have announced the cancellation of this years’ crappie derby. This year marked the 40th annual attempt to stage this event.
New regulations for hatchery-reared smallmouth bass and largemouth bass (collectively, black bass), were adopted, DEC Commissioner Joe Martens announced.
Walt Franklin presented “Anchorholds: A Fly-Fisher Reads the Water” as part of Alfred University’s fall Environmental Studies Seminar Series to a group of students and community members in the Roon Lecture Hall of Alfred University’s Science Center.
A new guide to flatwater paddling in the Adirondack Park offers canoeists and kayakers a diverse selection of adventures, from remote, winding streams to broad lakes reflecting spectacular mountain vistas.
State Sen. Tom O’Mara (R-C, Big Flats) reminded area sportsmen and sportswomen this week that 2012-13 hunting, fishing and trapping licenses, and Deer Management Permits, are now on sale at 1,500 license outlets statewide.
The Andover Kids' Fishing Contest is set for Saturday, Aug. 4.
When the water warms in many Northeast and Midwest rivers during a mid-summer heat wave, it’s the right time for some hot smallmouth bass action.
A family tradition was passed down to the next generation in a big way at Hornell’s James Street Park this week.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has designated this Saturday and Sunday as this year's "Free Fishing Weekend," Commissioner Joe Martens announced this week.
Todd Goins landed a 31-inch-long hybrid striped bass while largemouth bass fishing on Otter Lake near Girard, Ill., on May 29 — but it wasn’t until later that he realized how big a catch it really was.
For the seventh time in eight years, the record for catching the largest brook trout in New York state was broken, state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced Friday.
Citizens can get a glimpse of what the Genesee River currently has to offer when the Genesee River Wilds hosts its Fourth Annual River Float Sunday, June 10 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
For adults who want to pass on their love of fishing to the next generation, there is no better way than introducing the sport to children, boys and girls alike.
Unseasonably warm weather seems to have been a hot topic this winter. For at least two groups of sportsmen, however, the mild temperatures put a damper on their outdoor activities. Both pond hockey and ice fishing have suffered a deep freeze.