Changes may be coming to Pennsylvania’s hunting and trapping seasons. Plus, some previously temporary rules may become permanent.
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.
Once a rarity, fishers are becoming more and more common in more and more places across Pennsylvania. Deer hunters might want to keep an eye open for them next week.
Archers prepping for the coming season — and those looking to hunt out of state at some point — have a new option for learning.
Youth field days, those events meant to introduce children to Pennsylvania’s outdoors heritage, are in cases getting a makeover. They’re sometimes welcoming moms and dads and participants.
Sportsmen, hunters and anglers alike, donate a lot of money to support the wildlife and fish they love. How well is it spent?
The Game Commission is making some changes to how it manages state game lands. Habitat — and probably cost, to a lesser degree — are the reasons.
State game lands draw all kinds of users. Only some pay to buy, maintain and access the property, however. Should that change? A new survey aims to find out.