Budget cuts in 2005 forced the Pennsylvania Game Commission to stop providing schools with free subscriptions of its popular Game News publication, but now they’re back in schools and libraries in the Keystone State.
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The behavior of boating anglers, shoreline fishermen, and even hunters, at times makes me wonder if good and courteous behavior is no longer a desirable practice.
Read a list of all the activities available to hunters in the Lone Star State and you'll practically feel deprived if you live in our neck of the woods, Maryland and Virginia.
A Field & Stream magazine writer apparently believes that all lovers of the outdoors can afford binoculars that cost thousands of dollars.
Is it just me, or are you, too, bored to tears with hunting and fishing shows on cable or satellite TV?
In the always politically correct Britain, it has been decided that a Boy Scout carrying a pocket knife might turn him into a bully.
The American Sportfishing Association says the government will take a new look at the recreational sportfishing community.
Far too many boating accidents are caused by people who know little or nothing about handling a powerboat.
If you're a Maryland crabber with a Commercial Limited Crab Catcher license and you don’t use it, the state says it will buy it back for $2,260.
Do you know the most popular saltwater fish species that recreational anglers go after? I had no idea it was the . . .
The federal government is about to raise the price of the migratory bird stamp from $15 to $25. Is it really necessary?
In Florida, wildlife officials are hardly alarmed when someone calls and says they’ve seen what appears to be a large snake – a python, in particular.
Intoxicated drivers are bad enough when found in cars, but how do you know the boat that is approaching yours is steered by a sober operator?
Even if it is summer, hunters should begin to think of upcoming hunting opportunities in Maryland.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries puts to rest a lot of the myths that surround snakes and we’re grateful for the service.