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Many skilled hunters wonder how the probable low harvest will impact the late-season hunts and next year's doe tag allocations.
If you're dreaming of a new pair of binoculars, keep these tips in mind.
The Pennsylvania Hunting and Trapping Digest ... read closely -- it's complicated.
The hunt, to be coordinated by police Chief Coleman McDonough, will correspond with the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s archery season.
A brown trout stocking program is paying off on Lake Erie tributaries
As the holidays approach, here are some new books that would make great gifts
Outdoors notebook: Many would agree that the owners of large ocean-going fishing trawlers should get a permit before discharging waste.
On Nov. 4, during the statewide archery deer season, Zachary Abel, 15, of Franklin Park took this 8-point whitetail in Marshall.
This holiday, help the outdoorsman or outdoorswoman in your world to stay active with an equipment upgrade or something totally new.
The two-week tradition begins today, with temperatures reaching into the 40s and a chance of rain.
After the first shot, all bets are off. The scouting, upgrading of gear and day-before preparation, the planning, -- it can all get lost.
It's tough to stalk deer because their sense of sight and hearing are so well developed.
Last week's warm spell melted that bright blanket of snow covering Allegheny County and most of the western side of the state.
Dylan Miller intends to live this winter in a 17-by-17-foot structure to cap off his degree in literary and philosophical studies.
Deer aren’t susceptible to Lyme disease, but they do provide ticks with a place to mate.
New research confirms 20-year-old suspicions about ways that deer perceive light that can't be seen by humans.
Raising white-tailed deer is big business in Pennsylvania. Its regulation was transferred to the state Department of Agriculture in 2006.
The heaviest, estimated to weigh more than 872 pounds, was shot by Mark Colt of Ligonier.
PixController will set up two cameras in Hays in mid-December, and has partnered with the Audubon Society to expand educational outreach.