Sunday, December 10th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Sunday, December 10th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

December 20, 2007

Newlyweds add to rich history of a deer camp

Lancaster, Pa. – Deer camps are the heart and soul of the Pennsylvania deer-hunting tradition. Another chapter was added to the rich bible of stories recorded inside the Sugar Run and Mill Creek hunting camps in Tioga County when newlyweds Cory and Sarah Landis, of Lancaster County, each got their deer on opening day. There

Northern Lower

Baldwin Area Steelhead fishing has been fair on the Pere Marquette River, but fishing pressure has been light. Ice is running up to 3 inches thick on most area lakes. A few bluegills have been caught on Bush, Idlewyld, and Paradise lakes. Deer hunting has been fair. Hunters are seeing a lot of does and

‘Sentinel’ lakes to be focus of study

St. Paul – State officials are hoping a few select lakes across Minnesota will serve them well as proverbial “canaries in coal mines” in coming years. Twenty-four of the state’s lakes – spread geographically across Minnesota and varying in composition – have been chosen as “sentinel” lakes, water bodies that will be the subjects of

Pittsburgh official: No city hunting

Pittsburgh – The area that was to become Pittsburgh had deer in the 1700s. The area encompassed by the city today still does. For the sake of the people living with them, though, they should be dealt with differently, at least in the eyes of one public official. Pittsburgh City Council President Doug Shields said that

Southcentral Region

Yellow Breeches Creek (Cumberland County) – Trout were chasing Woolly Buggers in clear, chilly water earlier this month. Both the main stem and the short spring creek between main stem and the Children’s Lake in Boiling Springs were low and clear. Sculpins are present on the creek. Various color midges hatch year around, and trout

Poaching bill signed; increases restitution

Columbus – Gov. Ted Strickland gave the DNR Division of Wildlife an early Christmas present Dec. 3 by signing House Bill 238, which revises restitution values of wild animals unlawfully held, taken, bought, sold, or possessed. The tougher wildlife crime-fighting law, which takes effect in 90 days, more fairly reflects Ohio’s economy and wildlife populations,

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