A father and sons enjoy a magical weekend of hunting. Plus, lawmakers agree to allow new types of firearms in the woods. Now it’s up to the Governor.
Legislation that would change what hunters could carry into the woods is up for one last debate. Plus, changes coming to two lakes and a fast food chain test markets a venison sandwich.
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.
Sportsmen, hunters and anglers alike, donate a lot of money to support the wildlife and fish they love. How well is it spent?
A relative handful of sportsmen actually run most outdoors clubs. Here’s a look at one with a special level of devotion.
Hunters can’t take to the woods and fields on Sundays in Pennsylvania, with limited exceptions. A state lawmaker has announced plans to try and change that.
Wearing a National Rifle Association shirt to school got a student suspended. Now, his parents are suing the district for nearly half a million dollars.
It’s been talked about for weeks, and appears set to finally appear: the latest piece of legislation aimed at allowing hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania.