Still time to hunt fox and coyotes this winter in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania – Tyler Frantz
Trail cameras are a great way to figure out the different kinds of animals that are on your property
Predator, waterfowl and bunny hunting, ice fishing, outdoor shows, exploring game lands, fly-tying, jerky making, bow shooting – it’s all good!
Winter deer drives, while hunting with a flintlock in Pennsylvania, are tough to beat
When the seasons cluster close, the opportunities seem endless
Many things went wrong during encounter with big 8-point
Follow this advice to be sure your trophy offers great memories for a long time.
When rutting action intensifies, getting aggressive can lead to a filled tag
Tips for taking an excellent photo of your buck after harvest
Tips for early season archery hunting in Pennsylvania
Fund-raising initiative takes a page out of Ice Bucket challenge
This month offers fine, fun shooting opportunities
He finally figured out what was killing his shrubs, trees
To get access to private property, hunters need to ask the right way
Catch native brookies all summer long
Allowing their use might ease shortage of .22 ammunition
Scheduling an antler scoring session is easy.
Support groups like Ducks Unlimited for the good of sport
For us to live, something else must die – it’s part of life
Fun project provides a long-lasting, attractive showcase of your trophy bird
New pupil, same old lessons as visions of the past come full circle.
Be stewards of the land and water, even removing litter when you find it.
Looking at the bright side, seems like more fishing licenses being sold
This time of year, good chance you’ll find shed antlers if you know where
Sportsmen should take advantage of down time now to save time later.
Many communities hold meals to sample harvests