Hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania hunters will tramp into the woods this week for the first day of the state’s major deer hunting season.
A year after a national shortage of firearms ammunition was being felt at sporting-goods stores, Pennsylvania firearms dealers say supply is catching up with demand.
It’s a big weekend for local hunters. When the sun rises Monday, Penn’s Woods will be alive with blaze orange-clad hunters, looking for the thing hunting dreams are made of.
Saturday, Nov. 1 marks the start of the Fall Turkey Season in Pennsylvania.
A pastor from Western Pennsylvania is getting national attention for his idea of “Camo Sunday.”
A 300 pound black bear was shot and killed in Elizabeth Township.
Hunters took to the woods bright and early Monday morning. It wasn’t exactly the weather they had hoped for, but it was a little colder than last year, which was helpful.
Thousands of hunters are expected to head into the woods Monday morning to mark the start of the gun deer hunting season.
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is opening state forest roads for deer hunting season, which begins on Monday, Nov. 26.
Almost one million hunters will be looking for the ultimate prize in wooded areas around the state on Monday.
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