Pennsylvania Game Commissioners recently gave preliminary approval to creating a pheasant permit to be required of any adult chasing stocked birds. But why did they settle on the price they did?
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.
Interest in small game hunting has been waning for decades, but one sportsmen’s club is trying hard to keep it alive. Can it succeed?
Bad news with stocked pheasants? Sunday hunting? Unusual animals in unusual places, wildlife trafficking, hunter harvests and changing seasons? It’s all here.
For likely the first time in decades, there may well be some hunting for wild pheasants in Pennsylvania next fall. Only a very few will get to participate, however.
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.
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.
What percentage of pheasants stocked each fall get taken by hunters? And which hunters should pay for them?