Hunter’s encounter with a Pennsylvania predator spurs surprising soul searching
Following behind an energetic springer spaniel is a ticket to a couple of limits of Pa. cock birds
This diminutive migrant that enjoys thick and soggy forest bottomland can add to a hunters day afield.
While many don’t consider Pennsylvania a great waterfowl-hunting destination, it’s actually pretty good.
If you enjoy the outdoors, October in Pennsylvania has a wealth of seasonal activities to take advantage of.
Best advice I ever got from a highly successful bowhunter was short and to the point “Take only close shots at deer, 20 yards and in – no further.”
A few hours spent watching birds of prey on the ridges of this stunning sanctuary can direct a young person toward a lifetime enjoying and preserving wild creatures and untamed places.
Near record temperatures cannot keep tried and true Pennsylvania goose hunters from fields on the opening day.
With the Game Commissions announcing the early hunting seasons for migratory birds, now is the time to get ready.
Fish & Boat Commission recently added 54 streams to list of waters with self-sustaining wild-trout populations.
Take a walk on the wild side and enjoy some of the fresh fruits and berries that grow wild on public land.
It seems that even over the summer months, when many hunters are fishing, boating, hiking or otherwise vacationing, coyotes still lurk in the back of our minds.
Although smallmouth bass are associated with flowing water, many lakes across the state hold good bronzeback populations.
If you intend to keep smallmouths or largemouths, keep only those within a limited size range.
Remembering youthful experiences: One who returned alive from WWII saluted his fallen comrades by becoming a mentor to me.
Gobbling toms and big fat rainbows whacking abundant hatches are outdoor endeavors difficult to top.
Trout Unlimited once again spearheads efforts to ensure natural gas production has minimal effect on the Northeast’s environment
A proposed pipeline running from northeast Pennsylvania to New Jersey will transverse many fish and wildlife habitats, and Trout Unlimited wants to make sure it’s completed with little consequence.
Hunters and fishermen must fight the liquidation of federal lands.
Witnessing a couple of strutting gobblers brings thoughts of warmer weather
Trout fishing action was slow for youth and their mentors on a local stream as a cold, blustery wind chilled hands, feet and body.
Winter is hanging on, but soon enough lakes will open, and hungry crappies will be in a feeding mood.
Snow geese are making their way through our area now, and we hunted them in a way we never did before.
Query is about the new proposal requiring the tagging of treestands and blinds on federal, state and private land
If you enjoy hunting, or even just watching red foxes, consider the impact an increasing coyote population may have on their numbers.