Rediscover the youth within you. Buy a “brick” of .22 ammo, find a safe location, line up the cans and have some good, old-fashioned, plinking fun.
Reports across the state speak of more sightings of white-tailed deer.
The state leads the country in Lyme disease cases.
There are just so many variables that could work in favor or against the monarch butterflies.
Agency’s plans to halt spread should be noted by anyone with interest in deer and elk in Pennsylvania.
For hunters and anglers, crickets and katydids add to the allure of this time of year.
Statewide archery deer season opens Oct. 5 in Pennsylvania.
Gruesome “fibromas” caused by a papilloma virus common across deer range.
Fruits, nuts and other nourishment wild creatures depend upon seem abundant.
Veterans, families honored at Susquehanna kayak event.
It soothes. It heals. It revitalizes. Instantly.
Tips that may put a few more September geese in your bag.
Blogger lands nice smallmouth on 3-D printed lure, demonstrates innovative learning in Pennsylvania.
The season opener is right around the corner.
Blogger finds solitude and excellent trout fishing.
Invasive insect is wiping out important tree species.
With a little work you can create a sweet hunting hut.
Braving the heat of summer to scout deer can give hunters an edge when seasons open.
Those with an interest in whitetail deer and elk in this state are splitting over how to deal with chronic wasting disease crisis.
Blogger takes in a twilight performance, and gives thanks.
Blogger slows down to smell the roses and finds a little time to hunt groundhogs.
Common sense and current scientific studies demonstrate that there is no place for fly-fishing-only or artificials-only regulations.
With all the new-fangled mock bass attractants being marketed today, plus an uncountable number of lures constructed in vast varieties, live baits have taken a back seat.
Event held on Clarks Creek in Dauphin County.
Precipitation in Keystone State is up 10% in last 20 years, according to National Weather Service.
The deluge of rain, and destructive power of spring storms, if limited, can both hurt and help the world outside.