What’s better than catching a giant musky? How about catching a giant wild one? One Pennsylvania river offers that chance.
Could Pennsylvania fish hatcheries go the way of game farms and close? That’s a possibility state officials should be preparing for, says one of them.
It may cost more to volunteer — or at least buy a voluntary youth fishing license — in the future. Federal rules are the reason why.
The Fish and Boat Commission came very close to losing tens of thousands, or more, of its hatchery trout due to drought. Officials say they’re back on track to stock more than 3.2 million trout starting this spring, however. Details are here.
Taking a page from competitive kayak anglers, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is going to allow a tournament during the bass spawn, under certain conditions.
If the chance to catch big trout — fish up to 20 inches or more — is your thing, these are the places you want to be fishing.
Four waters were in the running, but only one could be named Pennsylvania’s river of the year for 2017. We’ve got a winner.
Who better to recruit women anglers than a female fly fishing guide, right? And have a spare $55,000 to spend? The gun of the month club might be for you.
The two agencies charged with serving the state’s anglers, hunters and trappers are going to have to wait a bit longer to get any new decision makers.