How they’re biting around Western Pennsylvania.
All fish must be caught in Chartiers Creek as it flows through Heidelberg's boundaries.
Citiparks’ Cinema in the Parks, Poetry readings, Squirrel Hillbillies perform in Schenley Park, Health fair in Lincoln-Lemington and more...
Darby Kreiser, just tagging along when his older brother took the state Hunter-Trapper Education course, passed the course himself.
The failure of many municipalities to provide science-based stewardship of their wild places has led to massive
Big brown trout can feed aggressively, brazenly -- even recklessly -- under the cover of darkness.
Trout streams are low and clear, but cool, deep pools still can reward anglers.
Still, “the idea of being killed in a car crash with a deer just doesn’t scare people” like “a cougar leaping on your back.”
Tours of the old Allegheny County Jail Museum, poetry readings at Hemingway’s Cafe, Summer Fridays at the Frick and more ...
Bad news for the Susquehanna River and Chesapeake Bay as state budget falls short of providing funding needed to reduce pollution.
How are public lands funded, who is using them for outdoor recreation and what do they do there?
There were some good walleye catches reported from Lake Erie and Pymatuning Reservoir.
The bald eagle fledglings, no longer a novelty in these parts, are beginning to stake out their own airspace.
A new study shows that like bucks, whitetail does can travel miles to permanently relocate away from home territories.
Smallmouth bass in the Yough are among species that are thriving.
Tommy Lippert takes TriAnglers bragging rights on the north shore of the Allegheny River with a 25-inch carp and 22-inch bigmouth buffalo.
Researchers say cleaner water is improving the Youghiogheny River fishery, but speakers at recent symposium warned about warming headwaters.
There’s little evidence that gamefish are seriously impacted when municipal water treatment systems experience temporary sewage overflow.
There’s a new threat to Pine Creek as elevated levels of chlorides in surface waters were detected in the 67.3 square mile watershed.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays through the summer, TriAnglers provides rods, reels, tackle and live bait to anglers of all ages.
Perch and walleye being pulled in at Lake Erie in good numbers.
Crews from Ohio’s Department of Natural Resources, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and partner groups built and sunk 125 structures.
In its annual “Women in the Outdoors” survey, Southwick Assoc. reinforces past claims that American men and women fish in different ways.
Since the 1970s women’s participation in outdoor recreation has increased substantially, according to the Women’s Sports Foundation.