Compilation of "rifle, pistol and shotgun to solidify all your skills and combine them altogether and do it for time, under pressure" is the lure. continue reading ›
Praising the Fish & Boat Commission for all it does for trout anglers. continue reading ›
Using a double hook technique will allow you to go through heavy cover and brush. continue reading ›
A light turkey harvest last fall and a mild winter have set the stage for what could be a fast-starting spring wild turkey hunting season. continue reading ›
Best thing to do — while also avoiding being gored — was to try to shoot off one of the antlers. Third attempt was the charm. continue reading ›
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I’m all in favor of trees in general and ash trees in particular. I’m dead set against emerald ash borers and criminals. continue reading ›
Special opening day for trout in the southeastern portion of Pennsylvania saw high and murky waters, but not many trout continue reading ›
Got open-water fishing fever? Grab some live bait, and set the hook into massive common carp, suckers and catfish. continue reading ›
Action helps ensure training activities don’t chase off ringnecks released for hunters. continue reading ›
Amendment package includes expanded Sunday hours at Game Commission ranges. continue reading ›
Revenue to help sustain pheasant propagation and release. continue reading ›
Among the restrictions now covered by regulation is the prohibition on importing into Pennsylvania any high-risk parts from deer, elk, moose or other cervids harvested within states or Canadian provinces where CWD is present. continue reading ›
Every March, in three study areas of the state, crews visit dens that the Pennsylvania Game Commission has identified. They give each new cub numbered ear tags and assess the health of the cubs and the mother. continue reading ›
How predators deal with each other in Pennsylvania may determine fawn mortality (and a lot more) continue reading ›
Guided by scientific survey of state’s hunters, commissioners remove proposal for big-game hunting. Still, Pennsylvania becomes the last state in the nation to approve semiautomatic rifles for hunting uses. continue reading ›
- DNR officer Steve Converse named Wildlife Officer of the Year in Michigan
- Big-game hunting recommendations, changes get the OK in Nebraska
- New York state fishing, hunting, wildlife mobile app gets a boost
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