Vermont

His and Hers

A couple that hunts together……Vermont couple/hunters Rachel and Mike Pierson

Vermont couple hit the woods for an unforgetable day of deer hunting!

VERMONT’S ANTLER RESTRICITION: DID IT WORK?

Barn in Lamoille Co., Vermont with Typical Pre-APR Antlers Displayed.

The title says it all! Hear what Wayne has to say about Vermont’s APR (Antler Point Restriction) program.

Family Tracks – Meet Outdoor Gazette Columnist, Brian Lang

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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 be found with a fishing rod at the pond on their property, or exploring the nearby woods. He was an avid reader of

In the Books

Recrnt entry to our Trail Camera Photo contest

Well it’s December 2013. Another year older, another deer season is almost in the books and a new Ice fishing season is just around the corner. 2014 promises to bring many new adventures for the staff here at The Outdoor Gazette. First off we are a sponsor for one of, if not the biggest ice

Articulated Flies

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Articulated   adj.   Built in sections that are hinged or otherwise connected so as to allow flexibility of movement.     When you talk streamer fishing to a Yankee fly fisher the flies that readily come to mind are patterns like the Gray Ghost, Mickey Finn, Edison Tiger or the Barn’s Special. Today these flies are becoming

Buck of a Lifetime

Dave's Vermont 9 pt weighed 160 lbs dressed and green scored 117"

The opening of the Vermont rifle season brings me much anticipation and, working at R&L Archery, busy days helping central Vermont hunters get what they need from ammo to licenses and everything in between. Knowing that I had to work opening day of rifle season, it didn’t give me much time to hunt in the