Nothing gets in our outdoor-loving hearts and minds like the sight of a full moon coming out and drifting across the horizon. In truth, any full moon – winter, spring, summer – or fall gets
I love podcasts. It wouldn’t be a stretch to suggest I’m addicted to them.
I listen to them daily. I enjoy the immediacy of the spoken word. My choices cover a range of topics, many
The state agency that promotes hunting in Pennsylvania has hired a lobbying firm run by a former top lawmaker using tens of thousands of dollars in public funds, an unusual arrangement that at least one
I don’t quite remember how we pulled it off, exactly, but I vividly recall more than once getting out of school to help stock Pennsylvania creeks with friends during my high school years.
Momentum has built during the past decade within a passionate segment of the hunting community that believes in being as mobile as possible.
The mindset is to hunt lighter and go further in pursuit of
Forty years ago, bird dogs lived in kennels built on the sides of garages or in backyards. Today, they’re far more likely to be found squeezing into bed with us or sleeping on a comfy
Fly-fishing’s first lady, Pennsylvania’s Cathy Beck, widely mourned after her death on Argentina trip
The fishing world is mourning the loss of legendary fly-angler Cathy Beck, of Benton, Montgomery County, Pa., who died suddenly Feb. 7 while hosting a group at Laguna Verde Lodge (Jurassic Lake) in a remote
Late-winter fishing without ice slow with few hotspots. A look at the Pennsylvania fishing report on Feb. 22, 2024.
Earlier this month I traveled to Cumberland County, Pa., hopefully to see and photograph an unusual bird – a limpkin. If you have never heard of a limpkin, you aren’t alone. Limpkins are native to