Game Commissioners will consider a proposal to change the shape of several wildlife management units to better fight chronic wasting disease. It’s not just deer hunters who could be impacted, though. Those who chase bears, turkeys and more might feel the differences.
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.
When healthy, they’re among the most beautiful creatures in the woods. Pennsylvania’s black bears, though, are showing evidence of a disease problem, on e well-meaning people are making worse.
Cheaters looking for an edge have been filling Penn’s Woods with piles of bait, even in a season when the supply of wild foods is amazing.
There are lots of opportunities to combine fishing with paddling across Pennsylvania, or simply float downstream amidst nature’s wonders. Here are four rivers up for special consideration, though.
A new count shows ospreys are doing well in Pennsylvania, while a Tennessee hunter may have taken a new world record whitetail. Plus, more outdoor news.
Anglers looking to get in some last-minute fishing can target freshly-stocked trout on some area waters. Steelhead fishing is improving, too.
Sure, it’s fall. But that doesn’t mean sportsmen should forget completely about fishing. As these men prove, there are some wonderful fish out there to be caught.