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  • Outdoors: Hunting, fishing are both hot with clear weather

    The deer season is in full swing, the weather is improving and butcher shops are busy. Deer are on the move, mostly late evening or early morning. The hunters I talked to told me the early scouting for stand placement is really paying off. One lucky...
  • Outdoors: Enjoy the hunt, nature whether a kill is recorded or not

    Each year as deer season is about to open, I, like many other hunters, re-live seasons past. There were seasons with successful kills and those without. The main thing was that I was outdoors enjoying the fall season. To some, the season is not...
  • 50 years ago: State gives Harford Junior College $500,000 for building at Schuck's Corner

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, August 2,1962: The Harford County Commissioners agreed to provide half a million dollars for construction of the new Harford Junior College at Schuck's Corner. Under a plan by the Maryland General...
  • Sparrows Point student a world-champion duck caller

    Sparrows Point student a world-champion duck caller
    Bobby Spivey can walk through the halls of Sparrows Point High School without drawing much attention from anyone aside from his group of close friends. But put the 16-year-old in the small Southern hamlet of Stuttgart, Ark. — the self-proclaimed...
  • Commentary: Bearly able to conceal excitement about bears

    Since I was a kid, I've spent a lot of time in the woods. My family has camped in state and national parks along the East Coast from Maine to Florida, and I've even hiked relatively short portions of the Appalachian Trail in Maryland, Pennsylvania and...
  • Helping veterans to recover with hunting

    Helping veterans to recover with hunting
    There was a time before the three heart attacks, before he was effectively paralyzed in the lower half of his left leg, when Army Spc. Stephen Ramsey wouldn't do much on his Georgia farm other than pick cotton and peanuts, and hunt. Actually, he can...
  • Deer hunting won't heal America's wounded warriors

    Anyone can understand that sharing experiences helps people bond, especially when it involves an outdoors activity. But doing so by teaching wounded veterans to kill innocent whitetail deer with bows and arrows is inhumane and should stop ("Helping...
  • Arrests rise as Maryland black bear hunt grows

    With an increase in the number of permits given out and a record number of bears killed during last month's five-day Maryland black bear hunt came another high mark — arrests made for illegal baiting and other violations. According to the Natural...
  • Outdoors: Women becoming more involved in hunting and fishing

    I am really proud of my granddaughter, Summer Putnam, who just completed the hunter safety course at Delta Peach and Game. She scored a perfect 100 on the test. She plans to hunt with her other granddad in Pennsylvania. This again goes to prove that...
  • Nobody is forcing wounded vets to hunt

    Letter writer E. Joseph Lamp's irrational condemnation of bowhunting is bad enough, but the idea that he would deny wounded veterans the option to hunt if they want defies understanding ("Deer hunting won't heal America's wounded warriors," Aug. 16)....
  • Outdoors: 50-some years of writing about the outdoors

    Writing this column over the many years has been both fun and a learning process. When I started back in the 1960's at the suggestion of Tom Penrod, then sports editor of The Aegis, I knew nothing about writing. All I had going for me was a love of the...
  • Deer firearm season begins Saturday in Maryland

    Deer firearm season begins Saturday in Maryland
    Two days after hundreds of thousands of turkeys were consumed at dinner tables across the state, white-tailed and sika deers are now in the crosshairs for hunters looking to feast on venison. The state's two-week deer firearm season is scheduled to...