Upcoming Saturday brings the beginning of chance to pursue numerous game species in the state.
Losing ash and hemlock trees to invasive bugs is sad.
Blogger didn’t realize there were coyotes in the area.
Climate change is real, and denying that is not helping.
A short slow walk, with eyes open and searching, has given the writer a promise that deer are now fattening, and that plenty of winter nourishment will be easily found.
The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission voting to establish a statewide opener for trout season.
Maryland has an invasive it wants removed, and Pennsylvania anglers can help.
What had been in the past a little over a mile of Delayed Harvest Artificial Lures section has been increased to 3.3 miles for this fishing year by the Fish & Boat Commission.
The state’s abundance of lakes and rivers assures anglers seeking bass they’ll have plenty of locations to do so this summer.
Memorial Day reminds Americans that we owe much to those who’ve made certain we have the right to enjoy our lives outdoors.
The week ended without a shot fired, the big birds content with the company they were already sharing.
Some readers have misunderstood a previous blog and commentary, so here’s a better explanation.
This opening of trout fishing, similar at least to openers in years past, offers hope and promise that the world is finally starting to move on in a normal fashion.
Hoping the return to an almost normal opening of trout fishing will fill people with a sense of cheer and enjoyment.
Heavy snow is finally melting, and snow geese are pushing through in a hurry.
Shed hunting in Pennsylvania’s whitetail country.
The agency’s most recent proposal for certain wildlife management units lacks serious consideration.
Aging hunters should consider hunting with youth to invigorate themselves.
For those willing to work, hunting Pennsylvania’s public lands can equate to downing a buck of a lifetime.
With COVID-19, it’s difficult to judge how many hunters took advantage of this regulation change.
It remains to be seen, but with a huge increase of infections the country and our state is facing now, many reasonable hunters may skip their rifle season trips this year.
Losing someone who graciously shared his land with many hunters is a sad thing in Pennsylvania.
Plastics in the stomachs of smallies speaks volumes about pollution.
Cooler weather, shorter days and whitetails’ interest turning to breeding makes for great deer hunting.
Archery hunters and harvest numbers showing strong increases in Pennsylvania.
CWD remains a highly serious threat to white-tailed deer and elk populations in Pennsylvania.