Hunt Wild Pennsylvania

Oct 13th

2019

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Ten Most Forgotten Archery Hunting Items

Statewide deer archery season opener takes place Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019! It’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to need to have in your backpack before you head into the woods. Pennsylvania Game Commission Shooting Sports Outreach Coordinator Todd Holmes shared ten of the most forgotten items bowhunters can easily forget to have […]

Oct 9th

2019

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Learning to Hunt In the Pennsylvania Wilds

By Ta Enos In Fall 2018, Ta Enos harvested a Black Bear with her bow while hunting in McKean County, Pennsylvania. I spent my twenties working as a newspaper reporter in Alaska. One thing that struck me from my travels in the Bush was how Alaska Natives I met often used harvest seasons to mark […]

Sep 23rd

2019

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Five Preseason Archery Tips

We have less than one month until Pennsylvania’s statewide archery season opens on Saturday, Oct. 5. [If you’re hunting in WMUs 2B, 5C and 5D, it opens Saturday, Sept. 21.] If you’re planning to hunt with your bow this fall, take some time over the next few weeks to prepare for the season. This will […]

Sep 6th

2019

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Tried and True Tips for Dove Hunting Success

By Tyler Frantz With one subtle flip of a calendar page, the 2019-2020 hunting seasons are born. The long awaited September migratory bird openers mark the official commencement of Pennsylvania’s fall hunting opportunities. As camo-clad hunters flock to farm fields in pursuit of resident Canada Geese and Mourning Doves, a long summer lull is rapidly […]

Sep 2nd

2019

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Simple Strategies for September Geese

By Derek Stoner, Hunter Outreach Coordinator The heady scent of fresh-cut field corn competed with the odor of cow manure to keep my sense of smell occupied while awaiting the arrival of geese. Scouting efforts revealed that this small flock of Canadas should arrive in the pasture around 7:00am. Patience wavered as I perched on […]

Aug 19th

2019

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Deer Antlers in Velvet

By Jeannine Fleegle, Pennsylvania Game Commission Deer Biologist Photo by Jacob Dingel. Antlers captivate the masses whether you’re a hunter or not. I don’t think anyone can put a finger on exactly why people are so fascinated with them. Perhaps on some subconscious level we recognize and marvel at the complex process driven by hormones […]

Aug 1st

2019

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Considering a Pennsylvania Elk Hunt?

By Pennsylvania Game Commission Elk Biologist Jeremy Banfield For most hunters, we started off chasing small game, trailing our dads, grandpas, or maybe an uncle, through the forests and fields looking for squirrels or grouse. That’s basically my story, and it was those early experiences afield that jump started my affinity for wildlife and hunting. […]

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 […]

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