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What's in store for Keystone State spring turkey hunters in 2006? Our expert has the current update and predictions for your WMU this season.Pennsylvania's 2006 Wild Turkey Forecast Hunting

Pennsylvania's 2006 Wild Turkey Forecast

October 05, 2010

What's in store for Keystone State spring turkey hunters in 2006? Our expert has the current...

This is your last chance to fill those leftover buck or doe tags. Charge your pan, lock your frizzen, and then give these top-rated public hunting areas a try this month. (January 2006)January's Top Flintlock Deer Hunts Hunting

January's Top Flintlock Deer Hunts

October 05, 2010

This is your last chance to fill those leftover buck or doe tags. Charge your pan, lock your...

Aggressive management strategies mean more and better shad fishing on the Keystone State's fabled Delaware River. Discover where and how to find these popular spring-run battlers.Pennsylvania's Delaware River Shad Other Freshwater

Pennsylvania's Delaware River Shad

October 05, 2010

Aggressive management strategies mean more and better shad fishing on the Keystone State's...

Numbers of grouse hunters in Pennsylvania are down, yet there are plenty of birds in areas where there is suitable habitat. What can be done to make hunting "the grandest game bird of all" more exciting? Our expert has some answers.Our Grouse Management Plan: Is It Working? Hunting

Our Grouse Management Plan: Is It Working?

October 05, 2010

Numbers of grouse hunters in Pennsylvania are down, yet there are plenty of birds in areas...

Mike Nicola's Allegheny County buck not only carried the largest typical rack ever taken by a bowhunter in Pennsylvania, but even more amazing is that it was shot inside thePittsburgh city limits!A New State-Record Typical Archery Buck Hunting

A New State-Record Typical Archery Buck

October 05, 2010

Mike Nicola's Allegheny County buck not only carried the largest typical rack ever taken by a...

Biologists are expecting high numbers of migrant and resident Canada geese to winter in the Susquehanna River valley, which means great hunting on nearby public lands. Here's where! (December 2005)Pennsylvania's Susquehanna Geese Hunting

Pennsylvania's Susquehanna Geese

October 05, 2010

Biologists are expecting high numbers of migrant and resident Canada geese to winter in the...

Let's look at what's in store for the Keystone State's walleye anglers in 2006. (April 2006)Pennsylvania's 2006 Walleye Forecast Walleye

Pennsylvania's 2006 Walleye Forecast

October 05, 2010

Let's look at what's in store for the Keystone State's walleye anglers in 2006. (April 2006)

Chris Jones' incredible Montgomery County non-typical may well be the highest-scoring crossbow buck ever taken in the Keystone State. Here's the story behind Jones' remarkable three-year quest.Pennsylvania's Biggest Crossbow Buck Ever? Hunting

Pennsylvania's Biggest Crossbow Buck Ever?

October 05, 2010

Chris Jones' incredible Montgomery County non-typical may well be the highest-scoring crossbow...

Here's a look at what's in store for Keystone State winter trout fishermen in 2006. (January 2006)Pennsylvania's Winter Trout Outlook Other Freshwater

Pennsylvania's Winter Trout Outlook

October 05, 2010

Here's a look at what's in store for Keystone State winter trout fishermen in 2006. (January...

We'll give you a peek at what's in store for Keystone State trout anglers as we enter the 2006 open-water fishing season. (March 2006)Pennsylvania's 2006 Trout Forecast Other Freshwater

Pennsylvania's 2006 Trout Forecast

October 05, 2010

We'll give you a peek at what's in store for Keystone State trout anglers as we enter the 2006...

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