Legislation that would lower the price of a hunting or fishing license for people age 75 and over to $1 passed the House today, meaning all that stands between it and state law is the signature of Gov. Pat Quinn.
New 10-horsepower limitation enacted on June 7
Pa. Fish & Boat Commission’s proposal to expand an existing Delayed Harvest Artificial Lures Only area should offer Delayed Harvest-All Tackle.
Young angler finds box of trout flies along an Iowa County stream, but owner’s identity unknown
A fellow sportsman disappears on Lake Ontario
Sluicing carp, buffalo, gar, and other roughfish offers fun, spring target shooting opportunities via compound or recurve
Amazing new Apps take your sonar searching for pike, walleyes, bass or any other fish directly into your iPad or tablet.
The real deal, tasty ice-out crappies demand stealth techniques for hours of angling fun
Angling skills expand in walleye hunt, but essence of opener – family and fun – stays the same.
A week in Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon – it can’t get any better.
Fishing for walleyes demands three top presentations: crankbaits, three-way swivel rigs, and colorful crankbaits
Bruch’s success with the Lake Winnebago sturgeon program expected to carry into new leadership role
Ohioans don’t need a license to fish two days
Whether it’s watching birds or other wildlife, or monitoring game animals via trail cam, the author wonders: Does anyone go outdoors anymore?
Open water is advancing north, and that means the first, best crappie fishing opportunities of spring
Be stewards of the land and water, even removing litter when you find it.
It’s only one example, but when the agency restocked a local stream last week, the fish were big and plentiful.
Kristen Monroe looking forward to next winter already after learning ins, outs of ice fishing
Bassmaster Classic winner Randy Howell says bass fishing in the northern United States is better than the southern U.S.
Winter continues to hang around across the northern parts of the state, however fishing is winding down as lake ice begins to deteriorate.
A charter captain respooling his fishing reels is sign that spring is not far away.
Looking at the bright side, seems like more fishing licenses being sold
Agenda contains some hot button issues for fish and wildlife
Legislative report on combining Pa. Game, Fish & Boat commissions a waste of money, offers nothing new
The Legislative Budget and Finance Committee reveals that money could be
saved, but at what cost to the resource?
Long, cold winter takes its toll on living things
The calendar says that it is March, but the weather sure hasn’t made it feel that way.