The Game Commission wants hunters to pay more for licenses. Some hunters are asking why if it’s got Marcellus shale revenue coming in. One man’s answers are here.
The Game Commission wants to increase the cost of hunting and furtaking licenses, but has been told it needs to get sportsmen buy-in first. Plus, a look at some special fishing opportunities, and more.
You don’t often connect Eliot Ness of Untouchables fame with Pennsylvania fishing, but he — courtesy of his third wife — once dealt with the law here.
A fish once long gone from Pittsburgh are rivers is back on at least some level, as an angler catch proves.
Cooked correctly, Canada goose is actually much better than most people realize. That, and more, in this Sunday’s coverage.
A money shortage at the PA Game Commission has put plans to revamp a popular wildlife attraction on hold, while volunteers are working to document PA’s reptiles and amphibians in a way never done before.
The system whereby hunters report taking banded waterfowl provides lots of great data — when it works. It’s not, at least not always, so changes may be on the way.
Who’s using state game lands, and are they doing it legally? Game Commission officers recently took a look at that.
Fishermen are being asked to help name the Fish and Boat Commission’s new trout program,