The real thrill, the glamour and the mystique that make turkey hunting such a fascinating endeavor is calling.
American Indians sucked on turkey wing bones to imitate the calls of turkey hens. Modern hunters have more options.
While thousands of Pennsylvania anglers focus on trout, crappies are turning on early on some waters in the region.
Turtle Creek Watershed and Nine Mile Run Watershed recently were awarded small grants intended to make a big difference in their waterways.
Register and leave your used outdoor gear and other items at Saturday’s Reuse Fest to be sold at Sunday’s Gear Fest.
An Arbor Day hike on April 29 will be led by guides from both Forbes State Forest and Laurel Hill State Park.
Steel Valley Trail Council’s April 29 bike ride on the Great Allegheny Passage Trail will stop at the Hays eagles’ and other nests.
Bolstered by recent stockings, the statewide opening of trout season was a success with elbow-to-elbow casting in some area waters.
The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania affirmed that one eaglet is alive in the Hays nest and two are at Harmar.
“Birds are breeding a lot earlier. Plants are budding a lot earlier. This paper is the first to put all those pieces together.”
Pennsylvania trout anglers will wade through Chesapeake watershed streams and kick up sediment containing agricultural and urban toxins.
When junior hunters and mentored youth get the first crack at spring turkeys April 22, they can reasonably expect an exciting hunt.
Expect a wet opening to statewide trout season this weekend for most anglers; for a dry day, head north to the Erie watershed basin.
Step 1, catch fish. Step 2 will make all the difference whether the fish will live to fight again or is destined for the dinner table.
Since chronic wasting disease entered Pennsylvania in 2012, the state’s defensive strategy has been to contain and reduce. Where infected
On May 13 outdoors editor John Hayes will lead a motor coach fishing trip to Fisherman’s Paradise on Spring Creek, Centre County.
Community art project and scavenger hunt draws trail veterans and the curious for opening day on Three Rivers Heritage Trail.
The second Mentored Youth Trout Day will be from 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturday for fishermen under the age of 16.
Skiers ages 8 to 18 are competing in the largest snowboard and freeskiing event in the world for the title of National Champion.
You know that thing where you make cast after cast and get nothing, and somebody walks right up to your spot and pulls out a monster?
Pennsylvania is the last state to allow some hunting use of the sporting arms, which require one pull of the trigger for each shot.
Lake Erie and tributaries (Erie County): A good rain put some stain in the creeks but it didn’t last long and flow remained low. Shore
The practice of monitoring bears began in the mid 1980s after the population had dropped to about 5,000 in the 1970s.
Use a poorly tied knot and that fish becomes the one that got away, leaving nothing but the weak knot’s curly remains.
Hosted by TU instructors Rob Reeder and Scott Loughner, the program includes equipment, knots, flies and fly casting.