Armed with a new crossbow and a bum shoulder, archery deer season should be a good experience for blogger
A hot, dry spring and summer in Pennsylvania may greatly reduce areas with enough water to attract migrating ducks.
From the get-go, local Canada geese in Pennsylvania have avoided hunters at every spot.
High time state designates Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River ‘impaired” so damage can be repaired
Geese are starting to fly to feeding and watering spots, and now’s the time to get a good idea where your first day of September goose season will begin.
Small Pennsylvania stream proves modern kids can have fun beyond advanced technology
Chronic wasting disease changing deer management in Pennsylvania and beyond
If you seek bass, Pennsylvania offers a wealth of lakes and rivers home to plenty of largemouths, smallmouths
Blogger’s visit to the Northern Tier’s mighty trout stream provides incomparable beauty, invigorating solitude and plenty of trout.
The spotted lanternfly is making my hunting woods their new home.
Turkey and trout pursuit in Pennsylvania fail, but walking through the aftermath of a prescribed burn saves week
A Pennsylvania state forest area, freshly scorched, provides a lesson on just how quickly nature rebounds.
Pennsylvania’s youthful hunters apparently chose not to brave rain and wind for a crack at a gobbler.
The restocking of trout streams always brings a following of vehicles carrying anglers with high hopes.
Recent nice weather has local toms strutting their stuff, trying to impress their girlfriends.
Not allowing mentors to keep trout is fine in one way; not so much in another
An unusual winter pattern still influences waterfowl migrations in Pennsylvania
A bounty on coyotes within Pennsylvania would be a move of political expediency rather than common sense.
The exhibitors at outdoor shows put a lot of time and effort into their displays, and any visitor should find exactly what he or she is looking for.
Unlike most years when members of the group I hunt with shoot many Canada geese, this year has seen few birds moving through the area
Plan a day or two in Pennsylvania’s frozen winter woods and fields for some late-season rabbit hunting.
The fabulously wealthy Humane Society seems determined to spend its overflowing coffers, not in support of animals, but rather in support of its money grabbing self interests and mislaid political agenda.
A program with its roots in Pennsylvania, allows hunters and fishermen across the country to help feed this nation’s hungry.
The rifle season ended after an unbelievably poor two weeks, so waterfowl will be the quarry until flintlock season begins.
There has been little shooting, and virtually no sightings of deer for this hunter, and many like him.
This is a busy week for Pennsylvania hunters, and we should be thankful for the opportunities
Hunter’s encounter with a Pennsylvania predator spurs surprising soul searching