Some readers have misunderstood a previous blog and commentary, so here’s a better explanation.
Perhaps those big insects will help boost poult recruitment in problem areas this spring.
You never know when you will need to offer a gobbler a different sound.
This opening of trout fishing, similar at least to openers in years past, offers hope and promise that the world is finally starting to move on in a normal fashion.
It’s good to see so many showing an interest in the sport.
The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission made a wise choice when it created a new “all-tackle” Keystone Select Stocked Trout Water in Centre County.
Once upon a time in Pennsylvania, eels swam through Susquehanna River watershed.
Hoping the return to an almost normal opening of trout fishing will fill people with a sense of cheer and enjoyment.
Removing political cronyism from board member selection is crucial. It’s good for the agencies; ultimately it’s good for sportsmen who benefit from better public policy that results.
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary’s “Stay at Home Speaker Series” soars.
Writers’ group offers financial support to college students related to outdoors communications.
Heavy snow is finally melting, and snow geese are pushing through in a hurry.
In January, Pennsylvania Game Commissioners approved a statewide 2-week concurrent deer season. But will it hold up for final approval in April?
Without question, firearms, ammunition and shooting supplies are hard to come by these days.
Shed hunting in Pennsylvania’s whitetail country.
Many believe mountain lions still exist in Pennsylvania.
Game Commission may ban the use of rifles during the fall turkey season in Pa.
Conditions are often often crueler than a well-placed arrow or bullet.
The agency’s most recent proposal for certain wildlife management units lacks serious consideration.
Whether the idea holds that wolves can limit CWD in the West, they won’t be stocked to do the job here.
Aging hunters should consider hunting with youth to invigorate themselves.
After years of trying, blogger finally traps a red fox in Pa.
The number of shots heard while hunting is not an accurate measure of the deer population in the state.
Raccoon trapping is a worthwhile winter activity in the state.
For those willing to work, hunting Pennsylvania’s public lands can equate to downing a buck of a lifetime.
With COVID-19, it’s difficult to judge how many hunters took advantage of this regulation change.