Hunters can be the eyes and ears to help law enforcement protect the resources which belong to all of us.
Plan being crafted is the next step in the evolution of trout management after work to improve habitat and water quality for many years begins to pay dividends in West Virginia.
Brett Preston retires from his position as Assistant Chief of Fisheries for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources
New regulation lifts the restriction on killing coons during night hours only.
West Virginia Department of Agriculture says the escape was reported within the required eight hour window and the stag eventually returned on his own, leading to the case being closed.
So far the wild hogs have not been compromised, but there are fears that could change in the future.
Hatchery Chief admits the idea of delaying autumn stocking by a week had merit.
Mast survey reveals almost every food producing species was a winner in West Virginia in 2017
DNR Director hopes to attract more families out in hopes of catching the unique West Virginia golden trout in one of 13 waters across the state next spring.
Although fairly common in W.Va., outbreaks often cause widespread concern.