Low number of hunting-related shooting incidents, no fatalities in 2016. continue reading ›
The 45-page decision could make it more difficult to lease state forests for oil and gas drilling, and it could force governments to be more careful about allowing development that would damage public lands, wildlife, groundwater, rivers and air quality. continue reading ›
The steady action is great for introducing novices to the sport, but even experienced fly anglers can appreciate this unique approach to a time-tested fishing favorite. continue reading ›
Two fishing outings during the past week demonstrate that plenty of stocked trout are still available. continue reading ›
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They've teamed to restore thousands of acres of idle, difficult-to-manage habitat for ruffed grouse and woodcock in state forests. continue reading ›
Baby wood ducks; after hatching in a nesting box, making the leap to the ground and heading to the lake. continue reading ›
I’m always amazed at today’s fly tiers who can create exact replicas of various insects... continue reading ›
Save your boating bacon by staying safe and paying attention on the water continue reading ›
Debate over seniors paying for stocked pheasants continues in Pennsylvania continue reading ›
In addition to learning about safe lockage procedures, attendees received information on safe boating, sharing the river with commercial traffic and the availability of locks on the upper stretches of the river in Armstrong County. continue reading ›
The federal agency and most doctors agree that people who are treated early and appropriately usually are fine. But dealing with the disease is more difficult for a growing number of people who identify themselves as members of the Lyme community. continue reading ›
Chronic wasting disease sampling in 2016 turns up 25 positive cases, all in the area of DMA 2 — the only area of the state where CWD has been detected in the wild. continue reading ›
The pleasures of floating a fly for trout on moving water while alone and unhurried in northcentral Pennsylvania
Sensation of harmony with nature when watching a drifting fly cause a trout to rise on solitary streams in northcentral Pennsylvania continue reading ›
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