GEAR UP FOR YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE

George Washington Sears, aka Nessmuk, wrote in the 1800s of the outdoors that, "We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it. We go to smooth it." That’s as true now as ever. The outdoors are for refreshing the soul and lifting the spirit.

Try convincing yourself of that – or better yet, your spouse, children or friends – when their feet are cold, their line is tangled, their sleeping bag is soggy, or their paddle is broken. Having the right gear can make all the difference.

In the Everybody Adventures shop you’ll find a wide range of products that will outfit you and your crew for every kind of adventure. VISIT THE SHOP.

The Adventure Starts Here

A stream that is, many hope, the last of its kind

Call it an attempt to keep people happy while still protecting a natural resource. That’s what the Fish and Boat Commission is labeling it anyway.

March 31, 2017

Forget about food to stay alive

If you ever find yourself in a survival scenario outdoors, there are some very important things to key in on immediately. Food is not one of them.

March 30, 2017

Kurt Angle: Pittsburgh’s heavyweight hero

When he goes into its Hall of Fame on Friday night, Kurt Angle will rightfully join the WWE’s all-time greats. Read the full article…

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March 29, 2017

More catching than keeping and other outdoors news

A popular fishery is coming back online this April, but under some new rules. Plus, a look at some other outdoors news.

March 29, 2017

Early spring fishing action for the taking

Cabin fever driving you crazy? Northern pike are an overlooked cure. Action on the slender, the toothy fish is often at its best right now.

March 28, 2017

Should an officer be an officer?

No state lawmaker is currently promoting the merger of the Pennsylvania Game and Fish and Boat commissions. But a few have wondered if there aren’t cost-saving opportunities to be had by combining a few of their functions.

March 27, 2017

Signs of spring appear on the landscape

There’s a certain something in the air right now. The seasons have changed and that means it’s time for a new series of adventures.

March 26, 2017

Danger in the dens, or the hazards of tranquilizing big wildlife

You might think the bears are the most dangerous part of surveying bear dens. You’d be wrong. There’s another risk factor involved.

March 26, 2017

Suppressors key to accuracy as well as sound

It’s not just about noise. Right now, shooters who want to buy a suppressor for their firearm have to jump Read the full article…

March 24, 2017

Ultimate Fantasy Wrestlemania Matchups

This is a list of matches for WrestleMania if building the ultimate fantasy card. Can choose from any wrestler past, Read the full article…

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March 23, 2017

More cutbacks to come? Maybe so

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has already made some budget cuts as a result of not having gotten a license fee increase in going on 18 years. More are on the way, agency leaders warned.

March 23, 2017

A winter’s visit to a bear den

March brings with it the beginning of spring. And nothing speaks to the rebirth of a new year in cuter fashion that black bear cubs. Each year, the Pennsylvania Game Commission visits den sites to check on the status of the commonwealth’s bears.

March 22, 2017

A roundup of outdoor news

If you’re feeling cooped up, an annual event meant to get people thinking fishing is on tap. Plus, odds and ends of news from around the state and country.

March 21, 2017

The orange debate begins again

It’s widely accepted that fluorescent orange saves lives in hunting season. But how much of it should hunters have to wear and when? That’s the discussion in Pennsylvania.

March 20, 2017

The cold water basser’s friend

Bass fishing isn’t just for summer. The fish can be caught in late winter and early spring, too, with one lure in particular effective at tempting them to strike.

March 19, 2017

Special places to be found outdoors

Old foundations, spring houses and the like found while walking woodlots and fields provide clues into the past. But what are they saying and who are they talking about? Those are beautiful mysteries.

March 19, 2017

A possible record, a retirement & more

A West Virginia hunter should know soon whether a buck he twice offered to let others shoot will be a new state record. Plus, news on a retirement, a popular wildlife center gone and duck stamp sales.

March 17, 2017

Good collars for training your dog

So you have a puppy you want to train, either to be a hunting dog or just a family pet? You’ll need a collar. one of these three styles might be your best best.

March 16, 2017

A look at the illegal trade in wildlife

Trafficking in wildlife is far from rare, to hear these stories. A desire for profit leads people to ship animals and animal parts all over.

March 15, 2017

Deer harvest estimates show an increased take

The Game Commission’s estimates of the 2016-17 deer harvest is out. It shows the impact of archery season and the continuing trend toward more old bucks.

March 14, 2017

Getting rich on invasive fish

Have a plan to stop the spread of Asian carp? it could make you a millionaire. Plus news on report cards, a proposed exploding target ban and more.

March 13, 2017

Shed hunting booms in popularity

Looking for shed antlers has become a sport unto itself these days. The draw? It’s a fun way to get outside with family and friends.

March 12, 2017

Fishing license fee increases proposed

Two lawmakers have proposed hiking the cost of Pennsylvania fishing licenses. They’re higher than what was proposed last year, in what some say is testament to the cost of delay.

March 9, 2017

In the woods or at work, control bleeding to save lives

A nationwide effort borne out of tragedy may help save the lives of hunters, anglers, hikers, paddlers, backpackers and others Read the full article…

March 8, 2017

A record bass, deer, hunting accidents and more

A fishermen released a monster spotted bass to swim again, but will likely still get credit for the new world record. Plus, news on deer, timbering, hunting accidents and Asian carp.

March 7, 2017

A return to the past, sort of

At one time, hunters and trappers in Pennsylvania got a pocket-sized digest with their licenses. Something very similar is likely coming back this fall.

March 6, 2017

Bridging the gap

The Squirrel Master Classic is meant to showcase the joys of hunting and shooting to teens. And how does it do it? With adults, dogs, air rifles and fast-paced action.

March 5, 2017

Bob Frye is a storyteller with a passion for all things outdoors. He hunts, he fishes, he hikes, he camps, he paddles, backpacks and snowshoes depending on the season. If he’s not an expert at anything, it’s because he’s passionate to try a little bit of everything.