It’s what just about every hunter dreams of: taking that one beautiful animal. This hunter did and may just vault to the top of the record book.
Legislation that would allow the Game and Fish and Boat commissions to set their own license fees was advanced by lawmakers on Tuesday. But not without some controversy.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is going to be audited after the first of the year. For what purpose? Even the auditors don’t know that yet.
More women are hunting and fishing in Pennsylvania now than probably ever. How to keep them coming back year after year? That’s the question.
The number of turkeys, and young turkeys especially, spotted last month varied considerably around the state, according to a new survey. Some really monster bucks were seen, though, while opportunities to have fun outside are available.
Free WiFi in PA’s elk country? A new place to actually hike and perhaps see elk? Special wildlife activities? It’s all here.
Anglers looking for a beautiful setting in which to catch improving numbers and sizes of smallmouth bass might consider the Casselman River. Plus, other outdoor news.
Results of Pennsylvania’s summer turkey sighting survey are coming, and an answer on the timing of the spring season.