Monday, June 5th, 2023
Monday, June 5th, 2023

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March 29, 2007

After flap, Rendell taps top candidate for PGC

By Tom Venesky Contributing Writer Wilkes-Barre, Pa. – When Luzerne County resident Jay Delaney applied to fill the vacant Northeast Region seat on the Pennsylvania Game Commission last spring, he did so because he wanted to make some changes to bolster the future of hunting. It looks like Delaney will get his chance. On March

DNR supports sidearms in woods for permit holders

By Mike MooreEditor Columbus – One of the biggest changes Ohio sportsmen will see this fall is that proper license holders will be able to take two firearms into the woods. But, they still will be able to hunt with only one of them. The DNR Division of Wildlife is recommending that those Ohioans who

TV report featuring HSUS draws ire of state trappers

By Tom Watts Correspondent Otsego, Mich. – Charlie Brown Sr. is an experienced Michigan trapper who denounces the illegal practice of skinning animals alive. Brown, 59, of Otsego, was outraged after a report aired on WWMT Channel 3 showing officials from the Humane Society of the United States being interviewed about the practice of trapping

Light goose migration blows through Dakotas

By Mike KallokStaff Writer Bismarck, N.D. – This weekend might be the last chance for light goose hunters to take part in federal ‘conservation order’ hunting for snow, blue, and Ross’ geese in the Lower 48. The birds were sprinting through North Dakota as of early this week. On Monday, South Dakota Game, Fish and

Bill would let farmers hire pros to kill deer

By Bob Frye Capital Correspondent Harrisburg – Where hunters have failed to control deer – or where they’ve never been given the chance, depending on your perspective – professionals may get to do the job. State Rep. Art Hershey, a Chester County Republican, is the prime sponsor of House Bill 550, a piece of legislation that aims

The week in review

Joe Albert Associate Editor Iowa and ducks. A trip down to, or back from, southern Iowa affords a person plenty of time to ponder and reflect. This is what I came up with: If ducks are in trouble, it’s their own fault. Here’s why: As we stood along the shoreline of the Mississippi River on

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