There are multiple game birds and waterfowl worth pursuing for Pennsylvania hunters during their time away from work and school.
Too many days of rain along with flooded woods and fields have hurt prime-time archery hunting in Pennsylvania.
He lived in Pennsylvania most of his life and was a favorite of this blogger.
It’s the first time deer and bear archery seasons have been held at the same time in Pennsylvania.
With so many various seasons in play, October’s third week gives hunters an option to chase just about any game species.
It seems that fewer Pennsylvania hunters chasing stocked pheasants because of stamp price.
Many different deer species may be infected with EHD, and white-tailed deer are highly susceptible, and experience high rates of mortality.Much like October of last year, the weather is just too darn humid and warm to immerse myself full-bore into archery hunting. This past Friday was my first excursion afield. The afternoon was cooler than the earlier part of week…
Unseasonably hot weather has spoiled early-season hunting.
The spraying of roadside ditches with herbicide in a state park causes blogger to wonder – what were they thinking?
In Pennsylvania and across the Northeast and Great Lakes region, warm, soggy conditions to prevail.
States need to be allowed to manage burgeoning bear populations.
Hunt usually offers extended chances to harvest a deer without hurting the resource. That’s a good thing for both young and older hunters, at least those who don’t have excuses for not hunting.
After New Jersey governor bans bear hunting on state property, Pennsylvania Game Commission expects “visitors.”
Pennsylvania’s above-average rainfall translates into good September trout fishing.
New CWD rules will affect Pennsylvania hunters who hunt in other states.
A long stay of extreme heat has resulted in poor goose hunting, and may allow biting midges to nibble on whitetails much too often.
The ability to recognize “touch-me-not” and use its medicinal powers could help rescue a late summer or early fall fishing or hunting trip.
And the big kicker is that hunters may now manipulate crops and other vegetation for the sole purpose of improving dove hunting.
Scouting, hard work, patience and serious planning with a willingness to change from what worked in the past are the ways to go.
It will be interesting to see how this management decision plays out and the rationale that the commissioners use to arrive at their decision. The implications are much broader than one 3.8-mile section of Penns Creek.
Parts of June and all of July have been pretty rough on the writer – in both body and mind.
Writer admits he’s not quite ready yet, but has no doubts he’ll be there when it’s go-time.
On the heels of catching a huge trout, blogger ponders flooding.
Not easy to trust politicians’ words, but let’s hope they come through with the license-fee increases so desperately needed by agencies.
Fishkill in Pennsylvania stream from lampricide shows risk of program that protects Great Lakes.
Pennsylvania agency struggling to fund trout stocking, other programs.