Month: December 2005

New Mentored Youth Hunting Law

Thanks to alert reader The Predator, for passing on the big news of Pennsylvania’s new mentored youth hunting law, just signed by the Governor. The US Sportsmen’s Alliance reports: Pennsylvania has become the first state in the nation to pass

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Merry Christmas

To all the PA: Hunt. Fish. Shoot. readers, and everyone else… M E R R Y C H R I S T M A S

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Harey Situation

“Hare” is a big surprise: PENN STATE RESEARCHER CONCLUDES PENNSYLVANIA SNOWSHOE HARE POPULATION IS IN JEOPARDY Snowshoe hares never were very common in Pennsylvania, according to Duane Diefenbach. After completing research recently on their distribution and habitat preferences, the adjunct

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2006 Eastern Outdoors Sports Show

The 2006 Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show is coming to Harrisburg, PA February 4 -12, 2006. This is the 51st Year of the Show! There’s plenty for the whole family to see and do. There is plenty more…see you there.

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Bonus Gobbler Tag

Here is the latest. The Game Commission is allowing us to buy a second Spring Gobbler tag. Pennsylvania hunters interested in applying for a second spring gobbler tag can begin doing so on Jan. 1, according to Game Commission Executive

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Fish Humor

It’s too cold to fish…ice fishing for a dry fly fisherman is out of the question. So here is a little fish humor: What do you call a fish with no eyes? A fsh. What part of a fish weighs

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Must See Online Hunting Game

How appropriate for this season…. http://www.jingleshells.com/flash_content/flash_content.html Play Here! Special nod to the Colonel, thanks!

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Ice Fishing Tourneys

Check out this article: Web guides for competitive fishing through the ice Any good angler living in the northern states knows that fishing doesn’t end when the temperature dives and the lakes freeze over solid as concrete. It just takes

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Rather Be Fishing Icon Dies

Ernest Schwiebert, Who’d Rather Be Fishing, Dies at 74 rnest Schwiebert, an architect and planner whose lifelong passion for fishing led him to write influential books on piscatorial matters like how trout perceive insects – all the better to make

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PA Hunters Dwindling

Now here is a surprise. First the deer, now the hunters. Read the story here.

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