Tuesday, July 16th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Tuesday, July 16th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967


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Wildlife college students taught to respect hunting

By Jeff Mulhollem>/b> Editor University Park, Pa. — There was a time not so long ago when most wildlife management students were hunters, and their early involvement with and appreciation for the outdoors drove them

Lycoming man plays head games with hungry bobcat

By Vic Attardo Contributing Writer Williamsport, Pa. — When 81-year-old Fred Taylor felt a hard “thunk” on his head while turkey hunting one day in early November, he was pretty sure it wasn’t just a

Panel gives PGC advice about deer

By Bob Frye Capital Correspondent Harrisburg — Pennsylvania Game Commission officials have asked deer hunters to adapt to a lot of changes over the last few years. Now, some deer hunters – and some landowners,

Snow, cold may have nixed odd tick threat

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor University Park, Pa. — A Thanksgiving Day snowstorm that made for ideal early season deer-hunting conditions in some of the state may have thwarted an unusual threat from ticks. Small game

Tourism officials rap Pa. law enforcement

By Bob Frye Capital Correspondent Harrisburg —Officials with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission have long said that hunting and fishing bring a lot of people and money into the state.

Scientists say CWD may be here already

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor University Park, Pa. — The big question about chronic wasting disease is no longer if it will show up in Pennsylvania, but rather when and where, according to scientists who say

Historic season to open in southeast

By P.J. Reilly Southeast Correspondent Lancaster, Pa. — When the firearms deer season opens Nov. 28, hunters in the southeast region will embark on the longest season in state history. The antlered and antlerless season

Pitt on the lookout for ‘girlie-man’ river fish

By Deborah Weisberg Contributing Writer Pittsburgh — Anglers on western Pennsylvania rivers are fishing for science. The Highland Park Dam – one of the Allegheny River’s hottest spots – has become a field lab of

This may be a record harvest for Pa. bears

By Mark Nale Northcentral Correspondent More than 14,000 black bears will be available for hunters when the three-day season opens on Monday, Nov. 21, according to Pennsylvania Game Commission bear biologist Mark Ternent. Although his

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