News on western Pennsylvania’s independent lure makers, a move to combine the Fish and Boat and Game commissions, and more.
As one of the most popular movies in America right now, and a tragedy in the Yukon, illustrate, bears have the potential to be dangerous. Could you survive an encounter?
Pennsylvania is home to a lot of bobcats, probably more than at any time in the last 40- years, according to the biologists. Still, this was unusual.
It’s one thing to suggest recruiting more females into hunting and fishing. It’s another to be able to do it, as two examples playing out show.
This isn’t your typical outdoor show. This one focuses on the old technology that helped pave the way for settlement of America.
State lawmakers have always kept the authority to set fishing license prices to themselves, but some are willing to give that up. Plus, the new trend in buck harvests across the whitetail’s range.
One of America’s oldest hunters, if not it’s oldest, is still going strong at 102. He took two deer last year, one a dandy buck.
If you’ve noticed fewer hunters in the woods on certain days, you’re not alone. Changing the look of seasons has changed hunter behavior, it seems.
Pennsylvania has made a concerted effort in recent years to keep wild hogs from taking root. Now, that work is underway in Butler County.