Books for summertime reading tradition.
Pennsylvania hunters need a knife to notch their harvest tags.
Rookie tips to ensure a safe, successful stay under the stars.
Conditions are often often crueler than a well-placed arrow or bullet.
Remember to support the organizations that support hunting, fishing.
Blogger noticing young animals like never before in Pennsylvania.
Girl takes bear, buck and a gobbler in a year.
State won’t commit to necessary pollution abatement for estuary’s health.
Hunting for bears, deer, turkeys and grouse in Pennsylvania.
Statewide archery deer season opens Oct. 5 in Pennsylvania.
Veterans, families honored at Susquehanna kayak event.
It soothes. It heals. It revitalizes. Instantly.
Blogger lands nice smallmouth on 3-D printed lure, demonstrates innovative learning in Pennsylvania.
With a little work you can create a sweet hunting hut.
Blogger takes in a twilight performance, and gives thanks.
Also, in AP hunting zones – including southeastern Pennsylvania – the length of the regular season has been decreased from 50 to 30 days and daily bag limits have been reduced from three to two geese per day.
In a world where money talks, Pennsylvania’s sportsmen have some clout.
After nearby angler lands a beautiful fish, and celebration ensues, blogger thankful to be a part of this experience – and that his boy could witness this all-around positive camaraderie along the stream.
Blogger recounts thrill of discovering a perfect set of whitetail antlers.
Pennsylvania agency offers live online streaming of bears and snow geese.
Rounding out the top five states of the nation’s overall deer-vehicle-accident claims during this time period, in order, are Michigan, New York, North Carolina, and Texas.
Expansion of Pennsylvania bear season intended to deal with growing population.
A tale of late-season deer hunting with a crossbow in Pennsylvania.
The outdoorsman’s truck: Often overlooked and underappreciated, but an invaluable asset to the cause
My pickup sassed me while driving to cash in a holiday gift card at a nearby outdoors retail store recently. While “Old Smokey” seldom complains — even after all I’ve put her through this year — she couldn’t help but bare her teeth and ding me with an “idiot light” warning that an oil change was long past due. “Who…
Hunting after the holidays can be difficult in terms of weathering the elements, but it’s also still a decent opportunity to fill a tag for those willing to put in the extra time and effort.
But it’s worth it, especially when you consider how hard you worked and the lifetime of memories made in the process.