Category Archives: Seasonal

Springing into Spring Gobbler

By: Chris Kibbey

Spring gobbler is right around the corner. It starts April 30, and runs until May 31. In 2013, the turkey population was below average due to a harsh winter, but this year the turkey population is on the rise. The hunting should be good in April due to this year’s mild winter. Many hunters have seen oodles of turkey around and are very eager to get out. Continue reading Springing into Spring Gobbler

Get Ready For Fishing

By: Elijah Lauffenberger

This spring, get your fishing poles out and ready to go. This year’s fishing has already started and the snow is almost gone. Most people prefer to fish in hot, humid weather but there’s also ice fishing for the winter. Last year’s ice fishing wasn’t ideal, considering that we had a warm winter due to El Niño. That’s not all bad, though; because of the mild winter, bass, trout, and perch stayed more active through the cold weather. The weather may cause this year’s fishing should kick start sooner than previous years.  In Warren County, there are a lot of hotspots to fish, such as the Point (where the Allegany River meets the Conewango River), Webbs Fery, Chapman’s Dam, Roper Hollow, and the reservoir. Continue reading Get Ready For Fishing

Working through the Summer

By: Jacob Hamilton

School is getting ready to let out and spring is in the air; it is every young person’s favorite time. Summer is almost here and everyone is excited for the nice weather and fun times -except for one little bump in the road; mom said you have to start becoming responsible and get a job. The first and most grueling step is the job hunt, which consists of filling out applications, going to interviews, and, the whole time, your parents are on your back. Now is the time to begin looking for the best chance at attaining the job you want. Continue reading Working through the Summer