Sportsmen bummed out by wildlife diseases, bad news in Keystone State.
Pennsylvania Game Commission
Proposal would have made changes to a hunter’s personal limit of antlerless deer licenses and the number of licenses that could be purchased once over-the-counter sales of remaining tags begin in September.
Agency’s program of adding attractive dove fields to state game lands is a well-received initiative among dove hunters.
New Game Commission facility wows visitors.
Hunters and fishermen shouldn’t complain about occasional license increases that are invariably needed.
Sixty percent of Pennsylvania deer hunters support a Saturday-after-Thanksgiving start to the firearms deer season, while another 12 percent have no preference between a Saturday or Monday opener, and 27 percent oppose a Saturday opener, based on recent survey results presented to the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners.
It’s also the second-best take of black bears since 2011.
Outlook bright for bear hunters participating in traditional bear season coming up.
Thanks to the UBP, the sport has come a long way.
Effort to get more people to go hunting in Pennsylvania.
Some readers have misunderstood a previous blog and commentary, so here’s a better explanation.
Elk tourism, like many outdoor activities across the country, appeared to be pandemic-proof. The ability to have a personal safari without leaving your car caused traffic jams last year in Benezette.
Removing political cronyism from board member selection is crucial. It’s good for the agencies; ultimately it’s good for sportsmen who benefit from better public policy that results.
Heavy snow is finally melting, and snow geese are pushing through in a hurry.
In January, Pennsylvania Game Commissioners approved a statewide 2-week concurrent deer season. But will it hold up for final approval in April?
Game Commission may ban the use of rifles during the fall turkey season in Pa.
The agency’s most recent proposal for certain wildlife management units lacks serious consideration.
With COVID-19, it’s difficult to judge how many hunters took advantage of this regulation change.
The first-ever day of regulated Sunday big-game hunting will take place on Sunday, Nov. 15, for archery deer hunting only.
They can be a lot of fun to hunt, and they’re out there for the taking.
Furbearing species that can be hunted in Pennsylvania are raccoons, foxes, coyotes, opossums, striped skunks, weasels, bobcats and porcupines.
CWD remains a highly serious threat to white-tailed deer and elk populations in Pennsylvania.
Time to get the county treasurers out of antlerless sales in Pennsylvania.
To be hunting once again in Pennsylvania will lower stress of COVID-19.
Declining numbers of state bird beyond worrisome in Pennsylvania.
Video of the November attack circulated quickly on social media and generated outrage, along with pressure on investigators to solve the case.