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This week in Berkshire Woods and Waters, Gene Chague catches up on a pair of MassWildlife programs for novice women hunters and junior conservationists. Also, a Steller's Sea Eagle appears to have gotten lost in the US.
In this week's Berkshire Woods and Waters column, Gene Chague goes deep on the settlement by Barnhardt Manufacturing Company, which allegedly spilled gallons of hazardous acid in Colrain.
Berkshire Woods and Waters columnist Gene Chague lets readers know just how concerned they should be about reports of COVID-19 appearing in deer. Also, get which local communities are seeing MassWildlife's Habitat Management Grant money, and a new-look MassFishHunt site.
To hear DFW Biologist Susan McCarthy tell it, paraplegic hunters across Massachusetts had an excellent outing.
Recently, flyfishing friend Gary Hebert, from Richmond, New Hampshire, sent me a photo of a large brook trout (Speckled trout, as they are cal…
Bat Week starts tomorrow and is designed to raise awareness about the need for bat conservation and to celebrate the role of bats in nature. R…
Four buddies, three states, some tiny flyfishing flies and a whole bunch of big trout. Gene Chague took a trip out west to do some flyfishing in Yellowstone National Park this summer. Here's his tale.
Well, I’m back home in the Berkshires after a wonderful fly-fishing trip to the Yellowstone National Park (YNP) in Montana/Wyoming and in Idah…
With the help of a former outdoors columnist at The New York Times, Gene Chague tries his hand at getting to the bottom of one of life's great questions: Why do we fish?