It’s been talked about for weeks, and appears set to finally appear: the latest piece of legislation aimed at allowing hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania.
Plenty of people have called for moving deer around the state, taking them from areas where they’re too abundant and putting in places that have few. But can it work?
Road-killed deer? Gun laws? Dogs trained to seek out poached fish, dangerous lead fishing tackle, college scholarships for sportsmen and mandatory crossbow hunting? They’re all in the news right now.
Have you ever shared a hunting photo on Facebook? A petition wants to take that option away, suggesting that the images are too offensive for general viewing.
Opening day of trout season brought sunny skies, warm temperatures and lots of smiles. Plus, a little talk about deer management.
Ready to plan some vacation time for hunting and trapping? Here’s the list of season dates and bag limits to help you out.
What if, on opening day, you found out that many of the trout to be stocked in your favorite water throughout the rest of spring were dead? That’s what fishermen in another state are dealing with.
Is lead ammunition bad for the environment? One firearms industry group says no, but banning it would be bad for hunters and shooters and the wildlife and wildlife managers that rely on them for funding.