Gun season will be better – hopefully without all this crazy weather.
Hot afternoons and warm mornings muddle archery hunters during the rut.
As the rut approaches, appearances change.
No place better than the Keystone State in autumn.
Wildlife management units 2B, 5C and 5D set to open this coming Saturday.
Agency’s program of adding attractive dove fields to state game lands is a well-received initiative among dove hunters.
Finding something to do with outside temps hovering around 100 degrees is a challenge.
Make time to visit hunting spots to ascertain foods deer eat there.
And that may not be as welcomed as many think.
Hunters and fishermen shouldn’t complain about occasional license increases that are invariably needed.
Fawns face many risks, a collection of hazards that may bring their demise before they even know that human hunters are dangerous, too.
For this writer, during some recent turkey interactions, the birds chose to cooperate.
Hunting springtime gobblers is even harder nowadays because of the proliferation of predators, which has decreased turkey numbers.
The opening of trout season in this state is so unique and memorable that anglers will never allow its demise.
The special day may well be responsible for a memory that moves that child as an adult to not only become a dedicated fisherman, but to also be one of those people who protect and enhance our waters.
If we don’t win this battle against CWD, prepare for wild places without deer. That would be a terrible loss.
The state’s trout waters should be considered a blessed resource for all.
If you’re bored come February, try squirrel hunting for both a challenge and tasty meal.
Snow geese passing toward wintering grounds much later than normal.
A couple of days with Katie took author back to those most marvelous times.
Hopefully, future weather will bring some better waterfowl hunting circumstances, and improved flights of migrants, or this may end up as a “no duck dinner” year for this blogger’s home.
Archery hunting a Sunday in Pennsylvania sure felt strange.
Up to this point, Pennsylvania’s bigger bucks are rarely seen in daylight in my neck of the woods.
No denying that the season of whitetail mating is on the way.
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.