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Invasive algae now on state’s worry list

July 21, 2013 Last week, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission announced the spread of yet another undesirable invasive species here in our state with the news that didymo had been discovered on Pine Creek in... more »»

Some working hard for Sunday hunting

July 21, 2013 While sportsmen hopefully cheer for the Pirates and suffer with the Curve, there are still important things to accomplish to have a successful upcoming hunting season. more »»

Officials are considering fishing license proposals

July 14, 2013 All the rain during the past week found me spending much more time indoors in front of the computer catching up on research and other projects than outside fishing or taking photographs as I usually... more »»

Game Commission does its best to keep all of us informed

July 14, 2013 Antlerless deer licenses again are on sale; did you remember to send in an application? Hunter-trapper education classes are filling rapidly, have you reserved spots for family members who will join... more »»

Trio of things to do make for fun fly fishing

July 7, 2013 I’ll never forget the first time I fished with legendary flyfisherman Ernie Schwiebert. It was on a hot, bright midsummer day on Columbia County’s Fishing Creek more than 20 years ago. more »»

Deer licenses, hunting etiquette seem to be all the rage now

July 7, 2013 A last minute reminder for hunters ... applications for antlerless licenses are being accepted Monday morning so if getting a doe license is important to you, get your application in the mail tod. more »»

Bass makes Queen resident $10,000 richer

July 7, 2013 There’s an old saying that having a bad day fishing is better than having a good day at work. more »»

Grenoble: That’s howl it’s done: Offering expert tips on coyote hunting

June 30, 2013 Finding dead bucks during rifle deer season is getting to be a habit with me. This season past I found a nice 8-point buck dead on the first day of season. more »»

Young: Bald eagles add meaning to holiday

June 30, 2013 In 1782, our Founding Fathers designated the bald eagle as our national bird, and since the beginning of our nation, this magnificent bird has symbolized our country on everything from money to... more »»

Not all wildlife comes from Disneyland

June 23, 2013 Summer is here — finally! With it will come the inevitable problem of people chancing upon young wildlife and deciding to raise them as pets. more »»

Plastic worms continue to top the list of effective bass lures

June 23, 2013 Although bass season is now in full swing, heavy rains last week made the Juniata River a bit high and muddy for good smallmouth fishing. more »»

A chance to peek into a nursery of vultures

June 16, 2013 My enthusiasm for outdoor photography has furnished me with some unique experiences and mini-adventures over the years. more »»

It’s never too early to talk about deer licenses

June 16, 2013 It seems always to catch us by surprise when the deadline for sending for antlerless license permits is nearing. more »»

Tips on how to survive a bear in the woods

June 9, 2013 Summer seemed to come on full force quickly this year. more »»

Pa. man’s creation turns into his business

June 2, 2013 When Joe Renosky of Indiana was a mere lad, his mother would drop him off along Yellow Creek to fish. Some hours later, she would pick him up in town. more »»

A fish story that could have been worth big bucks

June 2, 2013 The pleasure of fishing with friends is twofold. First, there are those treasured memories of time spent on the water and the special things that happen there. more »»

A day for black bears and Wired Outdoors

May 27, 2013 Daniel Boone would have loved Ken Faith of Homer’s Gap. Faith recently bagged his 59th and 60th black bear. more »»

You can fish for free on Monday

May 26, 2013 For many folks, the Memorial Day weekend marks the opening of the summer recreation season. With that in mind, the first of two Fish-For-Free days for 2013 here in Pennsylvania will be Monday. more »»

Time to reunite with your favorite trout stream

May 19, 2013 Dealing with the weather and how it affects the natural world can be one of the greatest challenges encountered by any outdoor enthusiast. more »»

The ballad of Sneaky Pete continues to haunt turkey hunter

May 19, 2013 He came in sneaking. His penchant for showing up suddenly, quietly and always getting away earned him the name “Sneaky Pet. more »»

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