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Unraveling Pennsylvania’s Ruffed Grouse Decline Photo by Susan Drury Grouse hunting in Pennsylvania is a tradition for many. The northern tier of the state particularly housed robust but variable populations of ruffed grouse. The thrill has always been getting to hear the characteristic thump, thump, thump of a drumming bird. Pennsylvania grouse hunting is a completely different thrill. Harvesting […]
Pre Rut Hunting Tips and Tactics What strategy are you employing when hunting late October and early November? The Pre Rut can contain some great opportunities to tag out on your target bucks or on public ground. This time of year lends itself to calling tactics, hunting over food such as white oak acorns, and […]
Sitka Delta Wading Jacket Is the Standard for Waterfowl Hunting Specifically designed waterfowl clothing is a real consideration and necessity. Your jacket, gloves, and waders along with everything else you are wearing has to hold up hunt after hunt in some pretty extreme conditions. Whether it be a muddy cut cornfield in a layout blind waiting for a flock of geese or sitting in a water-filled duck […]
Squirrel Hunting in Pennsylvania By: The Everyday Outdoorsmen Pennsylvania’s squirrel season runs through February 28th, giving hunters plenty of time to still get afield and have some fun. Hunters must wear at least 250 square inches of fluorescent orange at all times on the head, chest and back combined. The bag limit for squirrels in PA is […]
Proven Reasons Why the Yeti® Tundra® Cooler Is Worth It The Yeti® brand is synonymous with the outdoors. Its coolers can be found from boats to duck blinds across every season outdoor enthusiasts enjoy in Pennsylvania. Over 13 years ago, the company transformed an industry which previously had never been innovated. The Yeti® Tundra® cooler launched at what many would (and still) call an expensive price point for a cooler. However, packaged in that expensive box is an extremely overbuilt […]
Tips for Rabbit Hunting in Pennsylvania Even after the popular deer hunting seasons are over, the upcoming winter months can be a great time to stay afield and pursue some rabbits. With many small game seasons in PA, including rabbits, running through the end of February, it is the last chance to hunt for the […]
Ice Fishing Stoever’s Dam for Trout With temperatures getting colder and colder, ice fishing season is fast approaching. This means it is time to start getting ready for a great time of the year. Ice fishing brings the opportunity to spend time in the outdoors with friends and family, and also catch fish during a time of […]
Ice Fishing in Pennsylvania | Locations Fishing doesn’t have to stop when the water freezes over. In fact, Pennsylvania has some incredible ice fishing opportunities. Once found, targeting a pod or school of fish doesn’t get any easier. Of course, walking on water can be intimidating to many people. From safety essentials to fishing equipment we help […]
Planning Your Late Season Pennsylvania Goose Hunting Attack Frozen ponds and lakes spell nothing but trouble for the average waterfowl hunter. However, those that know how to attack late season Pennsylvania goose hunting are in for some of the best days of the season. Canadian goose hunting culminates with the arrival of winter in the Commonwealth. The September goose season gave way to deer season […]