Exploring the wilds of Northeast Pennsylvania
When asking for an increase in the price of hunting licenses, Matthew Hough, the executive director of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, described a future where game lands are unplanted, wildlife studies unfinished and poachers unpunished. (read more)
LEWISTON, N.Y. — It was another challenging winter for open-water anglers in search of unfrozen lakes and rivers. (read more)
By late winter, when most of the low-hanging food is gone, some land managers cut trees so deer can reach the buds and twigs. (read more)
History is full of instances where compromise has been an utter failure. (read more)
Fishing in Pennsylvania has improved since John Arway was growing up, but fewer Pennsylvanians are taking part in the pastime. (read more)