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Rabbit hunting was once treasured tradition

October 25, 2015 With the opening of the rabbit and pheasant seasons yesterday, all species of small game are now fair game for hunters. more »»

Pleasant sight of a pheasant

October 25, 2015 The cackling rise of a ringneck pheasant from a frosty grass field or cornfield is among every small game hunter’s greatest experiences. And an ever-present fireside memory. more »»

Lions move to 4-3

October 19, 2015 HARRISBURG — Jordan Misher ran for 152 yards and scored on runs of 7 and 8 yards as State College improved to 4-3 with a Mid-Penn Conference Commonwealth Division victory at Severance Field on... more »»

Young: Grouse hunting brings back memories

October 18, 2015 Reflecting on my early years as a hunter, I fondly remember those days of my early 20s when I first became enamored with ruffed grouse and grouse hunting, although I am not totally sure why. more »»

Grenoble: Hunters have many choices

October 18, 2015 Once the small game season begins, it seems like they all descend on us at once and on the day or two each week that most hunters can find to go afield they must make choices: small game, archery or... more »»

Grouse event coming to The Casino

October 18, 2015 The Thunderbird Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society will host its 35th annual Conservation and Sportsmen’s Banquet on Friday, Nov. more »»

Small game an afterthought for hunters

October 11, 2015 The first of the traditional fall small-game seasons will get under way next Saturday with the opening of the squirrel and grouse seasons statewid. more »»

Keeping pocket guide can spare some anguish

October 11, 2015 Beautiful autumn days get the hunting juices flowing and the seasons seem to explode on the scene all at once, and suddenly there isn’t enough time to get everything i. more »»

Choosing correct scent can help hunters bag deer

October 4, 2015 Thanks to the hurricane that came close to us, the opening day for archery deer hunting was pretty unpleasant. more »»

Commission rolls out details for trout program

October 4, 2015 Back in August, I reported on new program the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) was considering that would stock significant numbers of large trout on a handful of stream sections around... more »»

Fall brings with it plenty to do

September 27, 2015 There is still good space available, but it is going fast for the 7th Annual Upland Bird Hunt in the Pennsylvania Wilds. It will be held Nov. more »»

State game lands up to 1.5 million acres

September 27, 2015 This past weekend, the Pennsylvania Game Commission held a ceremony in Jefferson County to dedicate the acquisition of nearly 2,109 acres to State Game Lands 195. more »»

Preparing early can trigger successful hunting season

September 20, 2015 My buddy and I have been doing a lot of “deer looking” this late summer, and we have seen a number of spots that bear further checking out. It is all so exciting. more »»

Trout fishing heats up as waters cool off

September 20, 2015 As the weather turns cooler with the transition to fall, rout fishing tends to make an upswing. more »»

Family has fun raising deer

September 20, 2015 The Associated Press NEW IBERIA, La. — Farming often brings to mind chickens in pens, cows in pastures and pigs in the mud, but for the Lipari family, farming is a pasture full of dee. more »»

After injury, hunting season can’t come soon enough

September 13, 2015 I’m celebrating an anniversary of sorts: it was a year ago today that I took the terrible fall that resulted in injuries that waylaid me for most of last year’s hunting seasons. more »»

Elk camera ready for public viewing

September 13, 2015 About 1.5 million viewers logged on the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s website earlier this year to watch the live-streaming eagle cam that monitored an active bald eagle nest in York County. more »»

Wondering if license increase is necessary

September 7, 2015 Have you had a raise in the last 15 years? If you haven’t, what sort of cuts have you had to make in your household budget? Along with most of you, I’ve felt the pinch. No new guns, no crossbow. more »»

This is going to be your last chance for summer smallmouths

September 7, 2015 Labor Day is here, the first week of September is almost over, and it has been one of the hottest weeks of the summer so far. more »»

Fish and Boat Commission offer Labor Day incentives

August 30, 2015 Although Labor Day occurs late this year, it still signifies the unofficial transition from summer to fall. more »»

 
 
 

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