Tuesday, March 21st, 2023
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November 24, 2005


Jan. 28-29: Monaghan Fire Co. Fishing Show, Sat. 8-4 p.m., Sun. 9-3 p.m., 245 West Siddonsburg Rd, Dillsburg. For more info call Bob Stahl, 717-796-9533. Shooting/Archery Pitcairn-Monroeville Sportsmen’s Club 2005 events. 505 Mosside Boulevard (Route 48), North Versailles, PA. For more info contact Ronald Bachy, 412-824-3790 or www.pmsconline.com First Sunday of every month: CMP, 9

Tourism officials rap Pa. law enforcement

By Bob Frye Capital Correspondent Harrisburg —Officials with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission have long said that hunting and fishing bring a lot of people and money into the state. Their counterparts at the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, as stewards of the state’s parks and forests, have

Two bears in U.P. top 600 mark

By Marty Kovarik Correspondent Marquette, Mich. — The Upper Peninsula bear factory continues to produce huge, record-book black bears. At least two huge bruins were bagged this fall that each pushed the scale past 600 pounds (live weight). The largest of the two most likely weighed more than 700 pounds with a full belly and

Fall walleye bite coming on big time across state

Fall came late in many parts of the state, and so did the fall walleye bite. Anglers continue to catch trout on stocked streams and lakes statewide. While temperatures and flow were reported good in most places, fallen leaves were becoming a challenge. For trout-stocked waters, visit www.fish.state.pa.us. NORTHWEST REGION Erie — Joe Smith, of

Options limited in final days of state duck hunt

Late Canada goose prospects bright By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Rochester, Minn. — These are the good times for the so-called “river rats” of southeastern Minnesota – those that chase the big greenheads on Mississippi River backwaters while others hustle after bucks. This year seems to be working according to plan, said Don Nelson, DNR

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