It’s all about venison: from health benefits to the making of sausage.
Plus: Bear facts, Fly fishing instruction and hunter information.
The Pennsylvania steelhead program could not exist without the volunteer help of co-op fish nurseries.
The report, released in honor of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, compiled statistics from a variety of sources.
Walleye bit is reported strong on the Ohio River with two anglers pulling in catches weighing 10 pounds or more.
Semiautomatic rifles are now legal in Pennsylvania, but it may not be what hunters decide they will use.
Donate your deer to a butcher or deer processor that participates in the Hunters Sharing the Harvest program.
A good number of black bears were expected to have been killed during Pennsylvania’s early extended bear seasons
The weather didn’t perform as expected, but the water was fishable and steelhead were caught during the Post-Gazette’s steelhead bus trip.
This year, the nongovernmental Hunters Sharing the Harvest program celebrates two important junctures.
The bill opens the door for semiautomatic use for hunting in Pennsylvania, which becomes the 49th state to do so.
The initiative passed in all of the 11 counties in which it was proposed.
Everyone knows what a raised white tail means. How about when the tail is slowly wagging?
Lake Erie and tributaries (Erie County): On Wednesday much needed rain forced USGS streamflow gauges at Brandy Run and Walnut Creek to
Whether they were fist bumping or gnashing their teeth, conservation and gun-action groups were quick to critique the election.
Despite hunting seasons designed to slow the advance of bears into heavily populated areas, numbers are increasing.
With populations rising, the osprey would continue to hold state-protected status and federal protections that would carry fines if harmed.
Shore anglers scoring bit for steel and brown trout off Trout Run near Lake Erie.
A bill that would legalize the use of semi-automatic sporting arms for hunting has moved to the desk of Gov. Tom Wolf.
Too tech-dependent to function without electricity, too fragile to tolerate a politically incorrect word or action — the millennial myth.
Fishermen urged to take caution on lakes and waterways and make themselves clearly visable during intersecting hunting seasons
Glade Squires resigned as president of the Board of Fish and Boat Commissioners ended last week after just three months on the job.
Overlapping hunting seasons provide unexpected opportunities to take wild turkeys while hunting for other game.
Anglers getting good results after trout stockings at area lakes.
After DDT was banned in 1972, the state’s populations shifted from no longer present in 1979 to endangered in 1980s to threatened in 1997.