Fundraising banquets held over the winter by sportsmen’s groups are providing some tangible benefits for hunters and wildlife.
A special brook trout program may be on its way out, while a change to how would-be hunters can take there safety course is in. And some criminals deserve what they get.
The past fall’s bear season was a good one, but not as historic as it might have been. Meanwhile, trout season is closer than you might think.
Biologists here in Pennsylvania have come across some exceptionally old deer in the wilds. In Minnesota, meanwhile, a police officer had to resort to an unusual method to save a nice buck
Two local taxidermists showed just how beautiful mounts can be at the recent national championships, and came home winners in the process.
Fishers and bobcats seem to be doing well across Pennsylvania, while the Fish and Boat Commission is renovating one new facility and one old one.
Bears, mountain lions, archery and revolvers. Today’s outdoors blog has some pretty wild videos featuring all of those things.
Deer hunting has changed dramatically in the past decade, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. Experts take a look at what may come next.
Hunters with money to spend and a vision of a trophy in mind spend big. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s “hunter rendezvous auction” raises more than $600,000.