Hunt Wild Pennsylvania

Jun 7th

2019

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The Positive Impact of Youth Field Days

By Tagge Forrest, Youth Field Day Coordinator Taking aim with archery equipment at the Youth Field Day in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Photo by Derek Stoner. During the course of conducting a Youth Field Day, in the midst of hurry, it can be easy to get caught up in the hassle of details and miss the […]

May 9th

2019

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When Hens are a Problem, Be the Hen

By Steve Sorensen Peak spring gobbler action arrives when gobblers get lonely. Be there and you’re halfway to success. But more often, gobblers are “henned-up.” They won’t gobble much, they’ll go only where the hens go, and they’ll frustrate turkey hunters from novices to experts. No hunter has a foolproof solution to dealing with competition […]

May 6th

2019

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Rekindled Fire: Bringing Back the Turkey Hunting Passion Through Mentoring

By Todd Holmes, Shooting Sports Outreach Coordinator I was born into a Pennsylvania hunting family. My great grandparents, grandparents and parents all were avid outdoorsmen and women in Penn’s Woods. So when I was old enough to take hunter education (age 11) it was like a rite of passage for me. My first success was […]

Apr 30th

2019

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Birds and Bows

By Jenn Danella, Pennsylvania Hunter and Outdoorswoman The Hunt On opening day of the 2018 Pennsylvania spring gobbler season, I was able to get my first turkey with a compound bow. As an avid bow hunter, this was something I have always wanted to accomplish. And to this day, it is still one of my […]

Apr 26th

2019

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Five Tips for a Safe and Fun Spring Turkey Hunt

By Pennsylvania Game Commission Hunter Education Staff The excitement of hearing a thundering gobble and watching the approach of a fired-up gobbler is enough to rattle hunters with even the steadiest of nerves. For turkey hunters, we thrill to the challenge of calling in a Wild Turkey and harvesting it at close range. What is […]

Apr 25th

2019

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Spring Gobbler Season 2019 Forecast

By Joe Kosack (excerpted from Pennsylvania Game News May 2019 issue) At a time when spring turkey hunting is drawing less of a crowd, Pennsylvania offers an almost unimaginable gobbler carryover for its 2019 spring season. Crafty old toms, strutting 2-year-olds and even ambitious jakes are available in above-average numbers to turkey hunters willing to […]

Apr 23rd

2019

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Improve Hunting Success by Identifying Turkey Habitats

by Josh Fuqua, Game Lands Maintenance Supervisor, Southwest Region The wild turkey has a long rich history here in the Keystone State. Although the Eastern Wild Turkey at one time here in Pennsylvania had extremely low populations, we now have a thriving turkey population for all to enjoy.  There are many different factors that go […]

Apr 19th

2019

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Top Five Tips for Taking a New Turkey Hunter Afield

By Hunter Wallis, Champion Turkey Caller from Pennsylvania When it comes to knowing the ways of the Wild Turkey and how to lure a trophy gobbler into range, few hunters are as well-versed as the aptly-named Hunter Wallis. A native of Greenfield Township in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Hunter has been winning national calling contests and harvesting […]

Apr 15th

2019

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Celebrate Spring Gobbler Season 2019!

By Bryan Burhans, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Game Commission A Pennsylvania gobbler on the move. Photo by Jacob Dingel. Turkey calls should come with the following warning label: “Exposure to turkey hunting can result in loss of sleep, rapid heart rate, severe fatigue, dry mouth, and sore muscles. Highly addictive, please consult your physician prior to […]

Mar 21st

2019

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Game Commission’s Lauren Ferreri Named 2019 “Woman of the Environmental Education” Award Recipient

Congratulations to Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Middle Creek Wildlife and Management Area Manager Lauren Ferreri for recently being named PennFuture’s 2019 “Woman of the Environmental Education” award recipient! The award honor’s Lauren’s dedication to educating her community about sustainability and environmental policy. At Middle Creek, a popular tourist and wildlife watching destination, located in Lancaster and […]

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