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Grenoble: Plenty of outdoors TV personalities set for big show

February 8, 2015 The furry forecaster is apparently right on — winter will be never-ending this year. more »»

Sportsman Channel stars appearing in Harrisburg

February 8, 2015 NEW BERLIN, Wisc. more »»

Ready to talk turkey at upcoming show

February 1, 2015 Last spring gobbler season I had the hunt of a lifetime. I bagged a six-bearded bird, the one in the photo. It was half luck because I had no idea when I shot that the bird sported 6 beard. more »»

PFBC considering change to Delayed Harvest trout regs

February 1, 2015 This year will mark the beginning of my 51st year as a fisherman and my 27th year as an outdoors writer and photographer here in Pennsylvania. more »»

Game Commission will award trophies

January 25, 2015 Last month, I reported on a monster buck that was taken with a crossbow in Allegheny County by Jeff Lenzi during archery season last fall. more »»

Enjoying my time as an outdoors writer

January 25, 2015 Cabin fever has gripped most outdoors people now and I am afflicted this year worse than usual. more »»

Area man publishes book on 'Little J'

January 25, 2015 Bill Anderson, a Sinking Valley resident, is the author of a book entitled “Trout Boomer and The Little J,” which is a story about the making of a fly fisher and his love affair with the Little... more »»

National Wild Turkey Federation is hard at work

January 18, 2015 It was just a small announcement in a local newspaper that stood out to me like a neon sign: some folks were considering forming a federation for turkey hunting. more »»

Viewers can watch live video from an eagle’s nest via the Internet

January 18, 2015 In early 2014, the Pennsylvania Game Commission offered viewers with a unique look at a pair of nesting bald eagles along the Monongahela River in the Hays section of Pittsburgh. more »»

Grenoble: Book depicts real outdoors

January 11, 2015 Often I have declared that I hated the children’s book “Bambi” because of the totally false picture it presents to children of life in the woods and fields. more »»

Young: Feeding winter wildlife should be strictly for the birds

January 11, 2015 Several days of sub-freezing temperatures such as we experienced last week often increases the awareness for many folks regarding how wildlife copes with those condition. more »»

Getting on course: Seven Springs school will get beginner skiing

January 11, 2015 SEVEN SPRINGS ä Resting at the bottom of a small hill, Rus Davies recalls his first experience on skis. more »»

Exploring the winter woods worth the time

January 4, 2015 The weeks after the end of deer season typically mark my transition into the often bleak days of winte. more »»

Family ties bring out best experiences

January 4, 2015 Even before I took a terrible fall last September and bungled myself up so badly I wondered if I would ever be able to hunt again, my son had planned to come up from Missouri to hunt deer with me. more »»

Hunters urged to report

January 4, 2015 As the deer seasons head toward their close, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is issuing one last reminder for successful deer hunters to report their harvests. more »»

Natural predation remains bane of winter hunters

December 28, 2014 The after-Christmas deer hunters should have a fairly good season, since the weather forecasts are far more favorable to hunting than the unrelenting rain we had during the rifle deer season. more »»

Chasing steelhead in the Erie tributaries

December 28, 2014 My first encounter with Erie steelhead occurred about 25 years ago, and I was immediately captivated with the opportunity to do battle with those big lake-run rainbows. more »»

Raystown holding goose hunts

December 28, 2014 HUNTINGDON — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Raystown Lake announced the opening of areas for Canada Goose hunting, which began on Dec. 1. more »»

Don't get confused over Christmas and nature

December 21, 2014 For the outdoors-minded person Christmas has a number of meanings. For some hunting time is over; for others, the extended seasons are being anticipated. more »»

Mapping out a successful day for deer season

December 7, 2014 By the third day of Pennsylvania’s rifle season, it’s crunch time for hunters. Two hours after dawn on opening day, deer — especially bucks — knew what was u. more »»

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