Looming changes to PA’s deer management assistance program draw a few complaints, even as more changes are possible.
Two bills that would change what guns hunters could carry in the woods have made some recent progress, from opposite directions.
A survey of Loyalhanna Lake turned up some fish, but not necessarily what biologists were expecting.
A review of the Game Commission’s strategic plan for 2009-2014 shows it got high marks for achieving its deer goals, but lower grades for forest health and hunter recruitment.
Pennsylvania’s got as many trappers as probably any state, but that doesn’t mean there are a lot of them out there. Meanwhile, a local lake continues to shine.
Hunters can’t take to the woods and fields on Sundays in Pennsylvania, with limited exceptions. A state lawmaker has announced plans to try and change that.
Readers have caught some large and, in cases, unusual fish in local waters in recent days. Here’s a look.
Catching bass on topwater lures is about as exciting as fishing gets, but certain lures are better for certain situations than others. Plus a look at turkey vultures and more.
How much “wild” food do hunters and anglers collect in a year’s time in North America? One group founded by a scientist hopes to figure that out.