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Family Tracks- Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnist, Brian Lang

Brian Lang grew up in a log cabin in VT with only a woodstove for heat. When not helping his Dad cut wood in the summer (which was a lot!), he could More »

Dylan Smith and Robert Booth

DB fishing Adventures- Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnists, Dylan Smith and Bobby Booth

D & B Ice Adventures is based out of Barre, Vermont and composed of two fishing fanatics: Dylan Smith and Robert Booth. With an equal drive time to the Connecticut River and More »


The Maine Hunter – Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnist, Steve Beckwith

Steve Beckwith - MaineHunters.com owner, Registered Maine Guide, Outdoor writer for The Outdoor Gazette. An avid sportsman sharing his knowledge to other sportsmen in many ways. From being his local rod & gun club Editor More »


Captain’s Corner – Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnist, Matt Trombley

Matt Trombley is a career firefighter, residing with his wife & son in Florence Vermont. He is a U.S.C.G licensed Master captain, guiding & chartering fishing trips through out Vermont & New York. More »


From the Back of a Canoe- Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnist, Jim Norton

Jim Norton is the author of Granite Lines published in 2010 and wrote a monthly column for the New Hampshire Union Leader/Sunday News for almost twenty years as well as articles and columns More »


Outdoors with Anita- Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnist, Anita Williams

Anita lives in Grand Rapids, Minnesota and is the mother of two adult children.  She has been a hairstylist for thirty years.  Her empty nest allows the time to pursue interests of More »


Ways to Find and Catch Fish- Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnist, Nate Laskiewicz

Nate Laskiewicz is an experienced Guide, Tournament Angler and the Host of Lakes Region Fishing TV Show. Nate has 4 top ten national finishes and won many regional and local tournaments. Captain More »

Don’t Let “Skinny Water” Stop You: Browns and Brookies on the Mascoma River with Steve Cole

The Author on the Mascoma River under the tutelage of guide Steve Cole….Almost Home!

Outdoor Gazette Coumnist , Dana Benner spends an afternoon with New Hampshire Guide, Steve Cole. Dana and Steve take to the waters of the Granite State’s Masoma River. To read more “Outfitter Reviews” by Outdoor Gazette staff, just click on the Column Hearder “Outfitter Review” in the orange bar.

Paddling in to Winter


                  Paddling to Winter By Julie Buckles Raven Productions, Inc. 2013 272 pages, $17.95 ISBN 978-0-9835189-2-1 Reviewed by Colonel J.C. Allard   Finally winter is starting to loosen its grip. The days grow slowly warmer and the snow is fading. The ice grows soft on the ponds

Just Bear With Me


As I start a new adventure and journey, writing an outdoor column, I hope you can all “bear” with me as I learn to turn my stories in to words.  Turkey season is going to start in just a couple weeks, so I thought I’d start my monthly column with a story about a turkey

Plenty to do in the Spring

Dave Williams shows off one of his beautiful Adirondack brook trout.

I’m not sure about anyone else, but this winter seems like it hasn’t wanted to let go. It seems as if we haven’t experienced a break since late November.  Looking back at my hunting journal I can see that I was recording below zero temperatures in it the last week of November up until the

Grilled Fished with Strawberry Salsa

1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon minced fresh parsley 1 clove garlic, minced 1 teaspoon dried basil 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 2 (6 ounce) tilapia fillets (or fish of choice) 1 ½ cup hulled and chopped fresh strawberries* 1/2 red bell pepper, diced 2 tablespoons minced red onion 1

Reflections on a NH winter… not quite gone

Blue Jay

Origianlly appearing in the April 2011 Issue of the then “paper” Outdoor Gazette. We will be sharing Alan’s work with our new audience over the next few years. Alan passed away unexpectadley and at a very young age. I miss him as a writer, photrographer, and most importantly as a friend and mentor in this