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While hunting seasons are around the corner, Berkshire Woods and Waters columnist Gene Chague also takes a look at why trout-stocking exists, its benefits and drawbacks.
Gene Chague couldn't make this year's Yellowstone trip, but his buddies came home with a few tales to tell.
Gene Chague: Lee's Travis Bailey lands a huge black bear; MassWildlife offers advice for dealing with bears near chicken coops
Whether hunting for bears or fishing for pike, a couple locals brought in some big prizes last week.
This week's rain may have finally made a dent in the drought, but for Berkshire Woods and Waters columnist Gene Chague, nothing will compare to what he saw when he was a 12-year-old trying to go fishing in Lee.
Eagle columnist Gene Chague talks about early hunting season, new board members and some fishing in this weeks Woods and Waters.
A few locals teamed up for a big 10-day journey to fish in some storied waters in Canada, returning to Massachusetts with stories to tell.
Gene Chague breaks down the antlerless deer population in Western Mass. and how impacts both the deer and hunters, among other wildlife and outdoor news.
Gene Chague takes a closer look at Beach leaf disease, before getting his eyes on new type of watercraft spotted on Lake Ashmere.
Gene Chague: Steve Sears of Dalton elected as acting chairman of the Massachusetts Fish and Wildlife Board
Ironically, the day Sears was elected, the Berkshire County League of Sportsmen sent a letter to Governor Baker requesting that he be reappointed to the Fish and Wildlife Board.
The Berkshire Eagle columnist Gene Chague writes about Carp Palooza, antlerless deer hunting, a new book and more in his weekly column.