A state budget amendment that would have allowed the DEC to decide whether crossbow use should be liberalized has been left out of the 2013-14 spending plan.
New statewide and specific site bass fishing regulations are now in effect for the 2013-2014 license year.
It’s looking like the state Legislature is again going to press forward with the idea of merging the Pennsylvania Game and Fish & Boat commissions.
The fate of hogs may soon once again be up in the air.
In recent years, Pennsylvania Game Commission officials have talked about when, not if, chronic wasting disease would show up in the state’s wild deer
Mortality at Rome leaves production down by 300,000
Report says legislation needed in New York
They looked at it in 1989. They looked at it in 2003. They may look at it again this year.
24 incidents, two fatalities
Gun owners and sportsmen were poised to descend on Albany next week to protest New York’s recently enacted SAFE Act gun legislation.
There was a time last summer when it looked as if Pennsylvania game commissioners might change the boundaries of several wildlife management units.
Lake Ontario fishing – at least for the big lake’s salmonids – just keeps getting better.
Crossbow use ‘sunsets’ effective Dec. 31, 2012
One thing is known for certain about the mid-October death of Gary Lininger: He died in the forest near his rural Clinton County home while cutting firewood.
Pa.-killed deer can’t be transported back into New York
Third highest figure in U.S.
Pennsylvania may have its second case of chronic wasting disease.
A license “restructuring” that could be pushed by the state’s Conservation Fund Advisory Board next year would actually roll back some sporting license fees just four years after an increase.
New York’s single biggest hunting day is the opening day of the Southern Zone firearms deer season.
A river otter attacked an angler on Sept. 11 at the junction of French Creek and the Allegheny River, just off Ninth Street, adjacent to the Riverfront Park in this Venango County town.
For the first time, starting now, bowhunters in the state’s four most urban wildlife management units will be able to participate in overlapping bear- and deer-hunting opportunities.
Shorter season, increased in minimum size
Duck hunting seasons set in north, south,
Lake Erie zones
After a week of intensive electrofishing and gill netting activities officials have found no bighead or silver Asian carps in western Lake Erie
DEC has increased the statewide Deer Management Permit allocation by about 12 percent for the 2012-13 season, the second consecutive double-digit jump.
New York bear hunters generally will have a tough act to follow heading into the 2012 season.