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Air rifles? Semiautomatic rifles? You can’t hunt with either in Pennsylvania right now. But efforts to change that are underway, and may be gaining some traction.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is seeking an increase in the cost of trout stamps for the first time since 2005. How much might the price go up? Some early ideas are floating around.
Free fishing, airgun shooting, weird workplace troubles, an “outdoor toy” rental program, and the search for new leaders. It’s all here in this outdoors roundup.
Wearing a National Rifle Association shirt to school got a student suspended. Now, his parents are suing the district for nearly half a million dollars.
2014 was a good year in terms of hunter safety. The number of hunting accidents was low, continuing a long-term trend.
Looking for help selling fishing licenses, the Fish and Boat Commission is looking to the Pennsylvania Lottery for expertise and assistance.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission has relied on deputy conservation officers for more than a century. Right now, though, they’re in short supply.
Call his state wildlife agency to handle a bear complaint? This man took care of things himself, right away, on his own.
It’s been talked about for weeks, and appears set to finally appear: the latest piece of legislation aimed at allowing hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania.
Plenty of people have called for moving deer around the state, taking them from areas where they’re too abundant and putting in places that have few. But can it work?
Road-killed deer? Gun laws? Dogs trained to seek out poached fish, dangerous lead fishing tackle, college scholarships for sportsmen and mandatory crossbow hunting? They’re all in the news right now.
Have you ever shared a hunting photo on Facebook? A petition wants to take that option away, suggesting that the images are too offensive for general viewing.
Ready to plan some vacation time for hunting and trapping? Here’s the list of season dates and bag limits to help you out.
What if, on opening day, you found out that many of the trout to be stocked in your favorite water throughout the rest of spring were dead? That’s what fishermen in another state are dealing with.
The Fish and Boat Commission is in the midst of stocking millions of trout for anglers. It’s got some really unique fish that it’s keeping within its hatcheries, however. Anglers can visit to get a look at them, though.
Pennsylvania Game Commissioners will decide Friday whether to change the mentored youth hunting program. Two of the state’s more vocal sportsmen’s groups are offering different advice on which way to go.
Chronic wasting disease exists in Pennsylvania’s deer herd, if on a very limited basis so far. But what might the future hold? Wisconsin offers a look at one unpleasant possibility.