Underwater cameras will truly open up the hard-water angling world and help you put more fish topside continue reading ›
Controversy persists over allowing semi-auto rifles for big game in Pennsylvania continue reading ›
The latest in turkey loads: Tungsten Super Shot a hand-loader’s dream and a nightmare for longbeards
Spring gobbler hunters always seem to be tweaking something, whether it’s their various call lineup, camo patterns or, especially, shotgun loads to deliver the best pattern possible when the moment of truth arrives. continue reading ›
Focus will be on status of Atlantic Flyway waterfowl populations and proposed federal frameworks for the 2017-18 waterfowl hunting seasons. continue reading ›
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Install a few wood duck nesting boxes in Pennsylvania continue reading ›
Relatively mild weather has started the yearly northward swing of snow geese early this year continue reading ›
To me, owning a boat is a wonderful thing, but it doesn’t mean that I need it to catch fish. In fact, I have found that some of my best fishing experiences have been in a pair of breathable waders standing in the middle of a flowing river. continue reading ›
More than 3,500 bear harvested in 2016, including 60 weighing 500 pounds or more, 17 exceeded 600 pounds and the largest about 740 pounds. continue reading ›
The weed mats can be a nuisance to boaters and anglers, and scientists also concerned about starry stonewort's potential to harm native plants, fish habitats and other aquatic ecosystems. continue reading ›
Remember the acronym C.O.L.D to keep yourself warm when hunting, fishing, recreating outdoors in winter
If ice fishing or other activities tempt you outdoors these days, the one thing that can ruin the experience is getting cold. continue reading ›
There are dozen if not hundreds of ways to cook prime cuts of venison, but what do you do with the tougher cuts like the neck and shanks besides grinding them for hamburger? continue reading ›
Agency proposes assigning hunters drawn for a permit to individual zones, with permits valid over a span of several days to several weeks within existing deer seasons instead of the current one-day hunt. continue reading ›
Agency says move would provide more permanent status and structure to requirements and restrictions that have been addressed by executive order. continue reading ›
- Maple syrup: Tapping into a rite of spring in Minnesota, Ohio
- Nearing last call for input on Minnesota deer management plan
- Bid to return Arctic grayling to Michigan waters gets a boost
- In Iowa, interest continues to swell for National Archery in the Schools Program
- In Pennsylvania, improving wildlife habitat one seedling at a time
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