Semiautomatic rifles and shotguns and air rifles are coming to Pennsylvania’s woods this fall, if Pennsylvania Game Commissioners give final approval to rules changes preliminarily adopted this week. Here’s their reasoning.
It’s all over but the certification. Two hunters this past fall killed what seem certain to be new world records.
Pennsylvania’s modern-day elk hunt resumed in 2001. It took until this season, though, for it to be extended. Fifteen hunters who missed out on filling a tag will get another chance.
You don’t need an elk license to share in at least a bit of the excitement of Pennsylvania’s hunt this fall. Plus, plans to link steelhead and anglers and more news.
Hunters will take hundreds of thousands of deer in Pennsylvania this fall. Turning them into tasty dishes on the table isn’t always easy, though. A new cookbook offers suggestions on how to tackle that, from the traditional to the exotic.
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.
Free WiFi in PA’s elk country? A new place to actually hike and perhaps see elk? Special wildlife activities? It’s all here.
A program designed to turn teens into conservation ambassadors is using bass as a teaching tool. That and news of boating, hunting and more.
Have you applied for an elk license yet? The Game Commission deadline has passed, but those seeking what’s known as the “working man’s tag” have a little time left.