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Fishing off Florida to catch a tarpon with hook and camera

July 5, 2015 Since I pulled a 9-inch brook trout from a tiny mountain stream on the opening day of trout season 51 years ago, fishing has been one of the all-consuming passions of my life. more »»

Summer is good time to get rifles repaired

July 5, 2015 As I write this, the most important commemoration of what it has cost us in lives and resources to keep America free is just beginning. As you read this, it will be winding u. more »»

Sunday hunting legislation introduced once again

June 28, 2015 For as long as I can remember, the debate about Sunday hunting seems to surface every few years. more »»

Nature more than just a walk in the park

June 28, 2015 My deer-hunting buddy and I have been spending an hour or so every now and then, just cruising around looking for deer and observing through our binoculars how many bucks we se. more »»

There's a safe way to enjoy black bears

June 21, 2015 Game Commission officers are spending a lot of time chasing down black bear complaint. more »»

Pennsylvania state parks rank high as family-friendly fishing spots

June 21, 2015 A recent nationwide vote conducted by Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation’s “Take Me Fishing” campaign revealed what many anglers around Pennsylvania already knew: Pennsylvania’s state parks... more »»

Battle over proposed Yellowstone River dam ramping up

June 21, 2015 The Associated Press BILLINGS, Mon. more »»

Game Commission cracking down on year-long stands

June 14, 2015 There is a new wrinkle in the game law that many hunters need to be aware of. more »»

Avoiding tick bites a must these days

June 14, 2015 Since early childhood, summertime meant many hours spent outdoors, from playing ball in the backyard to tramping about the nearby woods and field. more »»

State game commission closes goose-poaching case

June 7, 2015 Did you hear the one about five guys who went goose hunting and shot 265 birds over the limit? That line almost sounds like the intro to some absurd joke, but sadly it is tru. more »»

A few ways to make your turkey even better

June 7, 2015 Back in the 1970s when I decided to try my hand at outdoors writing, I vowed I would never let myself get pigeon-holed as a cooking columnis. more »»

Young: Time to return to the roots of trout fishing

May 31, 2015 As I pondered what to do on Memorial Day last week, I found myself in a minor dilemma. I say “minor dilemma” because I planned to fish somewhere as I always do on this holiday. more »»

Grenoble: Here’s something for your cookbook

May 31, 2015 Ah, summer! Many of us have trout and wild turkey in the freezer and wonder how to cook these delicacies, especially on the grille or for a summer suppe. more »»

Drought makes it tough on fishing

May 31, 2015 The Associated Press LAGUNITAS, Calif. more »»

Can we really afford stocked trout at the moment?

May 24, 2015 Earlier this month, executive director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, John Arway, presented the annual report for his agency to the Pennsylvania Senate Game and Fisheries Committee. more »»

Perfect time to hit the streams

May 24, 2015 Even with a week left for gobbler hunting, this is, in my opinion, just about the most perfect time for trout fishing, especially with spinning gear. more »»

Young: Fish-For-Free day is just around the corner

May 17, 2015 Most of the natural rituals of spring that I look forward to, such as wildflowers blooming, songbirds arriving or insects hatching on the trout streams, seem to be occurring a week or two late this... more »»

Grenoble: The turkeys are out there if you just listen

May 17, 2015 Monday begins the season for hunting all day. more »»

Deer in some states have rough winter

May 17, 2015 AUGUSTA, Maine — Wildlife regulators in states where deer hunting is a way of life and an important tourism draw are implementing or considering deep cuts to hunting permits after a tough winter... more »»

Gypsy moth spraying to begin

May 17, 2015 HARRISBURG — State woodland managers are preparing for an aerial spraying effort to combat gypsy moth population posed for outbreaks in the eastern portion of the state, Department of Conservation... more »»

 
 
 

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