Gun season will be better – hopefully without all this crazy weather.
Knowing the odds will help increase your chances of bagging a buck this year.
When hordes of hunters hit the woods, deer behavior changes.
This was an incredibly easy, yet satisfying way to use up just one rabbit, which otherwise might not have been quite enough to feed a family of four.
Hot afternoons and warm mornings muddle archery hunters during the rut.
As the rut approaches, appearances change.
The best part of bowhunting season is November in Pennsylvania.
Whether it be hunting, fishing or environmental issues, extreme doesn’t work.
Novel use of venison in Pennsylvania and beyond.
No place better than the Keystone State in autumn.
Sportsmen bummed out by wildlife diseases, bad news in Keystone State.
A new attitude may bring you success this season.
While national parks and forests have a minimal imprint in Pennsylvania, ample public land is still one of state’s strong points.
Serves as a goodbye toast to a summer well-lived – now bring on fall.
Wildlife management units 2B, 5C and 5D set to open this coming Saturday.
Modern sportsmen have many options.
Beginning in mid-August, many trees — sometimes entire groups of trees — started to turn prematurely brown. What is the cause?
In Pennsylvania and beyond, propulsion on the water changing.
Agency’s program of adding attractive dove fields to state game lands is a well-received initiative among dove hunters.
A light, sweet and delicate version of one of the most pleasant-tasting North American fishes.
Finding something to do with outside temps hovering around 100 degrees is a challenge.
Good books by Pennsylvania authors.
Make time to visit hunting spots to ascertain foods deer eat there.
It tasted like summer – simple, carefree, and just a touch hot.
And that may not be as welcomed as many think.
New Game Commission facility wows visitors.