Plans go by the wayside when blogger spies a wounded doe.
Pennsylvania – Mark Nale
Sharing opening day hunting experiences from a treestand in Pennsylvania
Each year Pennsylvania hunters harvest many heavy bears, but they also take some very old bruins.
North Carolina allows the use of bait for bear hunting – well sort of.
Many species of Pennsylvania wildlife depend on acorns to carry them through the winter. This is shaping up to be a bountiful autumn.
Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission cooperative trout nurseries are in weather-related trouble, and this summer’s extended heat and dry weather will mean fewer trout stocked next spring.
Despite well over 2, 000 letters in opposition, the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission voted to delist the timber rattlesnake. It was the right thing to do.
House Bill 2013 and state park commercialization – who should control it? A look at surrounding states.
Who should control commercialization in Pennsylvania state parks?
Discarded tangles of monofilament create dangers for animals and people in Pennsylvania, and give all spin-anglers a bad name.
While you might not be thrilled with the idea of the Pennsylvania Game Commission using sharpshooters to cull suspected CWD-positive deer, you should support the concept.
Outdoor writers’ conference provides opportunity to improve craft
Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission makes the right decision with respect to adult mentors not keeping trout
A positive change was made to the PFBC’s Mentored Youth Trout Days for 2016 – adults will be required to release their catch.
Pennsylvania’s wild-trout streams provide the best angling in the state.
Even veteran, experienced hunters learning from and enjoying frequent posts
Hunting or fishing is not always the best option when Mother Nature opens up her deep freeze. Maybe it is just time to stay inside and watch the birds.
Author gives details and reflects on the true bargain of purchasing a Senior Lifetime fishing license.
Fish & Boat Commission adding 38 new sections of wild trout streams to the Class A list, but the majority of anglers still don’t understand the program.
Many factors come together to make an enjoyable rifle deer season in Pennsylvania, which the author experienced.
Rumors about coyotes being stocked live on in different forms.
Hunting with your ears can provide big benefits.
Author gets back into archery deer hunting after a 30-year hiatus.
Have you ever stop to think about the hunting and fishing benefits that we enjoy with our award-winning state park system?
Deer, trout, grouse – October bristles with Pennsylvania outdoor opportunities – get out there and enjoy them.
No one likes a license fee increase, but two new stamps are a possible way for the agency to raise more revenue and stay financially solvent.
Pennsylvania’s new ‘big trout” program – the devil is in the details.