The outdoor world of Pennsylvania has many needs, but these are this blogger’s top two.
Pennsylvania – Ron Steffe
It’s all about the same when it comes to hunter numbers and harvested deer.
The carnage of deer and other wildlife hit on Pennsylvania highways is a horrifying loss of one of the state’s most important and loved resources.
Deer hunting during archery season combines challenge, work, beauty and a different animal compared to later gun seasons.
For hunters in Pennsylvania, time spent in the woods allows one to connect with a range of colors and wildlife movement.
Reports across the state speak of more sightings of white-tailed deer.
Agency’s plans to halt spread should be noted by anyone with interest in deer and elk in Pennsylvania.
Fruits, nuts and other nourishment wild creatures depend upon seem abundant.
Tips that may put a few more September geese in your bag.
The season opener is right around the corner.
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.
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.
The deluge of rain, and destructive power of spring storms, if limited, can both hurt and help the world outside.
Not all was lost, however, as Big Pine Creek offered outstanding trout fishing all week.
For anyone seeking a good time in a scenic outdoor setting, this is sure to please.
The tireless work of the agency’s personnel helps ensure sportsmen of the state have ample places to fish.
Welcome warmth greets anglers as the first day of the regional trout opener arrives. But in general, catches are slow and complaints many.
It is important that the hunting public stick to the facts regarding CWD and not subscribe to unproven statements.
Crazy weather has slowed snow geese migration movements locally.
Rather than sitting around and waiting for springtime, utilize the current weather patterns.
The blessing of being a serious deer hunter in turn brings the writer to ponder the future of deer and elk in a world being more and more ravaged by the disease.
Here in southeastern Pennsylvania, flintlock and archery seasons continue for deer, and blogger plans to hunt as much as possible during those remaining days.
Flintlock season for deer in Pennsylvania opened the day after Christmas, and it’s a terrific time of year to be hunting this distinctive season.
Deer numbers appear solid, but with once-vibrant deer camps aging, and fewer youths joining the mix, harvest numbers suffer.
With the first crack of a rifle on the opening morning of the gun season for deer, hunters know they’re in the woods at a special time.