Month: March 2007

Atlatl Comments

Check out this editorial: Former commissioner questions legalization of the atlatl We have solid research by Responsive Management, Cornell University, Penn State University and the Pennsylvania Game Commission that shows Pennsylvania enjoys 82 to 85 percent of the public in

Posted in Hunting

First Opening Day of Trout

Saturday, March 31, 2007 is the first Opening Day of Trout Season in Pennsylvania. I say first, because this year, the Fish Commission split the Commonwealth into two sections. Those lucky enough to live in the Southeast get to fish

Posted in Fishing

Record Buck Shot In Lycoming County

Thanks to an alert reader for pointing out this record Buck. 24 Point Buck Shot in Trout Run, PA during rifle season. The hunter saw it chasing a doe and thought it looked pretty big. Shot at 150 yards, field

Posted in Hunting

Beat Cabin Fever

The perfect solution to cabin fever came to most of Pennsylvania last week in the form of snow.  This is probably the last snow of the year, so get out and take advantage of it.  Coyote hunt! What better time

Posted in Fishing, General, Hunting, Shooting

Alice in Wonderland

It was Saturday morning and Jake, an avid hunter, woke up ready to go bag the first deer of the season. He walks down to the kitchen to get a cup of coffee, and to his surprise he finds his

Posted in General, Hunting

Trout Time

See this AP News story: This trout season will bring two significant changes for anglers in Pennsylvania: The state will stock fish that are larger than those previously stocked, and opening day will be earlier in 18 counties, including those

Posted in Fishing