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A real Thanksgiving treat

November 22, 2015 For those of you of my generation I’m sure you remember sitting in class while the teacher led you in singing the lyric “Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go. more »»

Oh deer: It’s that time of year

October 25, 2015 This is a special time of year that hunters and buck deer love to see come. This is the time of year when girl deer flutter their eyelashes and drive the boy deer to do crazy thing. more »»

Time stands still for no one

October 11, 2015 What ever happened to those transitional days of autumn? You know, those warm Indian Summer days with blue skies and lazy times spent gathering walnuts and other tasty foods to store for winte. more »»

So many things to do, but so little time

October 4, 2015 Fall, just like spring, comes at a time when there is a lot to do other than hunt and fis. more »»

How did you do on opening day?

September 27, 2015 Archery deer season opened Saturday and if all went well I was out there. I can’t say for sure as I have to write this column early in the week so it can be included in today’s MoJ. more »»

Getting harder to catch fish

September 13, 2015 While some anglers might consider trolling a lazy way to fish, it can be effective if done properly. more »»

Better fish where the fish are

September 6, 2015 An old fisherman once told me, “There ain’t no sense fishing where they ain’t.” Other than a possible conviction for murdering the English language, what the old codger told me made a lot of sens. more »»

Real fishermen use real worms

May 31, 2015 I think it would be safe to say that more fish are caught using worms than with any other bait. That even includes my favorite artificial baits such as Road Runners, Hot n’ Tots, and Shad Raps. more »»

Connoisseurs of carp unite

May 24, 2015 You might find this hard to believe, but the common carp was imported to the United States in 1879 as a food fish. more »»

Fishing for the facts

May 17, 2015 Our dogwood tree is definitely in blossom so the crappies have just begun to bite. Right? Well, not necessarily. more »»

Nothing better than free fishing

April 26, 2015 Do you like bargains? Is it even better if the bargain is actually free? If so, you bargain hunters have hit the jackpot because on May 2 and 3, you can fish in Ohio without purchasing a fishing... more »»

Good to be outside

April 5, 2015 The needle on our back deck’s thermometer was huffing and puffing as it struggled to climb up to the predicted 60 degrees. It finally gave up and stopped at 52, but I knew even that was optimist. more »»

Making a list and checking it twice

February 1, 2015 Last week’s column had no sooner been emailed to the Morning Journal when my mailbox yielded another fishing catalog. more »»

Shazier shines in linebacker debut

August 18, 2014 PITTSBURGH — There were a number of good things to take away from the Pittsburgh Steelers 19-16 preseason win over the Buffalo Bills on Saturday night at Heinz Field. Forget the score. more »»

Homemade lures an alluring alternative

August 17, 2014 With the old lure having a price tag just shy of sixteen bucks I considered it too costly for my budge. more »»

It's up to you to find what works best

August 11, 2014 Ask any fisherman to name his or her favorite fish and you will get a variety of answers. more »»

Weather hasn’t been kind this summer

August 10, 2014 During the waning days of July and opening days of August one can expect hot and dry weather with thirsty corn rustling in the wind. more »»

Archer excited to be a Steeler

August 1, 2014 While rookie Dri Archer may be the smallest player on the Pittsburgh Steelers roster, big things are expected of the team’s third round draft choice as the team gets ready for the 2014 seaso. more »»

Born in Ohio, Noll was a true Pittsburgher

June 15, 2014 When I heard the news early Saturday morning that the former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Chuck Noll had passed away in Sewickley Friday evening, it brought back a flood of memories. He was 82. more »»

USA set for rumble in the jungle

June 11, 2014 There’s a strange feeling surrounding the 20th World Cup which opens Thursday in Brazi. more »»



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