The warm weather and lack of rain that’s marked much of spring has delayed some scheduled trout stockings. Did your stream get fish?
If you used the Game Commission’s GoHunt app to find a place to hunt, you’ve been out of luck lately. But a re-boot of sorts is in the works.
The busiest public shooting range in all of Pennsylvania — located in Allegheny County — is closing for repairs as of mid-May. That’s going to force shooters to find somewhere else to go for nearly four months.
Freshwater drum? Black buffalo? A lot of states — including Pennsylvania — have them, but few grow them this big.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are going to talk again about whether to remove the state’s ban on Sunday hunting. Plus, news on why the Game Commission doesn’t want trespass powers.
Poachers found guilty of taking fish and wildlife illegally pay fines, and occasionally even go to jail. Should they also have to work off their misdeeds? One state says yes.
Deer can thrive living among people, that’s a given. But can that be too much of a good thing? And what to do about it?
Where in western Pennsylvania can you find public land gobblers? Here are some recommendations. Plus, news on fishing license prices, a new bass lure and more.
A proposal to limit how many crappies anglers can harvest on Pymatuning Lake, and to restrict the size of those fish, is meeting with nearly unanimous support.