To be hunting once again in Pennsylvania will lower stress of COVID-19.
After a torrid July in Pennsylvania, it’s time to prepare for fall hunting seasons.
Declining numbers of state bird beyond worrisome in Pennsylvania.
It was no surprise that Bassmaster magazine recently named Lake Erie third in its rankings of the country’s Best Bass Fisheries of the Decade. Only California’s Clear Lake and Alabama’s Lake Guntersville were said to be better.
Fishing license sales, kayak permit sales, camp site rentals through the roof.
Hunting seasons will be here before you know it
Evening rides through deer country show a high number of healthy-looking deer.
PFBC reveals strategy for management of both wild and hatchery trout and their waters over the next four years.
Blogger noticing young animals like never before in Pennsylvania.
Close encounter with Penns Creek rattler in Pennsylvania gets blogger’s attention.
Questions surround how well trout do after numerous releases.
Pennsylvania has enough wild trout streams to keep an angler busy for years.
The owner’s accounts showed that a total of 570 rabbits were harvested off of this exceptional rabbit dog.
Personal complaints aside, it was the correct decision to open trout season early in Pennsylvania, and six weeks out, everything seems normal.
Girl takes bear, buck and a gobbler in a year.
Pennsylvania Game Commission set to take action, reveal spread related to CWD.
It made for difficult first week of spring gobbler hunting in Pennsylvania.
Turkey hunter recounts his experiences chasing spring gobblers.
With all this extra time, high school and college students are spending many hours trout fishing.
Successful hunting seasons make for a freezer full of venison, pheasants and geese to last through these troubling months under lockdown.
To be consistently successful in Pennsylvania, trout fishermen need to be adaptable.
Misinformation and trout law-breakers run rampant on social media – and sadly, they seem to be proud of it and make no effort to become informed.
Double-crested cormorants in Pennsylvania enjoying benefits of stocked trout without human competition.
For those of you in the western reaches of the state who don’t pay attention to the news, spotted lanternflies are the mother of all invasive pests – the worst bug we’ve seen.
The coronavirus is impacting outdoor use and will likely impact it more as the pandemic progresses.
With the coronavirus placing people at home beyond their usual timeframe, spending additional hours within nature’s settings becomes an excellent benefit.