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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.
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Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commissioners were thinking about allowing children and adults to fish with bait in delayed harvest artificial lures only stream sections, to make better use of stocked fish. An avalanche of opposition has changed their minds.
Game Commissioners have spent almost a year talking about the need to create a state game lands user permit for mountain bikers, snowmobilers and horseback riders. It’s future is up in the air, though.
Some sportsmen upset with a Game Commissioner’s behavior want an official investigation done. it doesn’t look like they’ll get it, though.
A social media site aimed specifically at gun owners and a hunting organization targeting minorities are hoping to make it easy and comfortable for sportsmen to interact.
Legislation that could hurt outdoorsmen, hunting as a health benefit, finding turkeys, bear attack protection, and the necessary, if stark, role of coyote hunts.
With an eye on the success a private club has had with stocking large fish, the Fish and Boat Commission is exploring the idea of creating a trophy trout program.
The state championship of the National Archery in the Schools program is set for Friday in State College. A number of area schools are participating.
Two bills introduced in the state legislature would let officers with the Pennsylvania Game and Fish & Boat commissions enforce traffic laws.
All of the snow outside might appeal to some, but it’s not doing those trying to stock trout any favors. The Fish and Boat Commission just started its annual stocking program a few days ago, and has already had to reschedule some releases.
Pennsylvania’s ban on hunting on Sundays dates back more than a century. Some are rallying sportsmen to get it repealed, though.
Fundraising banquets held over the winter by sportsmen’s groups are providing some tangible benefits for hunters and wildlife.
A special brook trout program may be on its way out, while a change to how would-be hunters can take there safety course is in. And some criminals deserve what they get.
Biologists here in Pennsylvania have come across some exceptionally old deer in the wilds. In Minnesota, meanwhile, a police officer had to resort to an unusual method to save a nice buck
Bears, mountain lions, archery and revolvers. Today’s outdoors blog has some pretty wild videos featuring all of those things.
Deer hunting has changed dramatically in the past decade, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. Experts take a look at what may come next.
Hunters with money to spend and a vision of a trophy in mind spend big. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s “hunter rendezvous auction” raises more than $600,000.