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THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Why We Miss Turkeys

May 5, 2012 Now that spring turkey season is underway, some hunters haven’t shot yet, some have connected and some have missed. Why do we miss? Here are six reasons. 1. Stretching the range of your shotgun. more »»

Ups and downs of crappie fishing

April 26, 2012 Population cycles are common to crappie. Lakes where crappie fishing is great every year are rare. more »»

Outdoor Calendar

April 26, 2012 To get your items in the Outdoors Calendar: mikeb73@verizon.net or phone 726-1035 - Tuesdays, 5 p.m.: trap and skeet practice, Kalbfus Rod & Gun Club - Thursdays, must arrive before10 a.. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: A note to wives of hunters

April 21, 2012 If you find a shed antler, please bring it home. I’m not talking only to wive. more »»

Kloses ‘Hike the Hill’ to defend of our trail system

March 23, 2012 This year marked the 15th annual “Hike The Hill” in Washington, D.C., Feb. 13-1. more »»

FAW donates books

March 22, 2012 The Warren-based non-profit organization Friends of Allegheny Wilderness (FAW) recently donated two books to the collection of the Warren County Historical Society. more »»

Kalbfus Penn York trap champ

March 21, 2012 Kalbfus won the Penn York Winter Trap League championship on Sunday, defeating Sugar Grove, at Field Day at the Celoron Rod and Gun Club. There were 91 shooters in attendanc. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Get Acquainted With Ned Smith

March 10, 2012 As a writer I’m exposed to lots of things worth sharing, and some things worth shouting from the housetops. What I have to say today is in the latter category. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Pennsylvania Conservation History: The Early Years

February 25, 2012 The Pennsylvania Game Commission has been up and running since 1895, but for more than 200 years before that, wildlife regulations abounded. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Waging war against lead ammo

February 11, 2012 It’s no secret that gun owners in our society battle to keep gun rights. Since I was in sixth grade, I’ve been aware of attempts to prohibit, control and even confiscate gun. more »»

Winter backpack trip in Scandia planned Feb. 11-12

February 9, 2012 Friends of Allegheny Wilderness (FAW) and the Scandia Wilderness Committee are inviting people on an overnight winter backpacking trip into the proposed Scandia National Recreation Area during the... more »»

Running Home To Fifty

January 28, 2012 Jon Shaffer took a road less-traveled on his last lap around the sun to fifty. He fine-tuned his already conscious awareness of the importance of diet and exercise. He ran often and far. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Cures for Cabin Fever

January 28, 2012 It’s the time of year when deer are dropping their antlers, turkeys are following manure spreaders and Phil, the famous Punxsutawney groundhog, is ready to tell us how much cabin fever season we hav... more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: How Animals Die

January 14, 2012 If you’ve done much walking in the woods, you’ve found the remains of a dead animal. And you’ve wondered how it died. The truth is there are lots of ways and none of them are pleasant. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER

December 30, 2011 Over the course of a year, I gather thoughts that either aren’t worthy of a full column or disappear via the delete button when I edit for length. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Field dressing — no bones about it

December 17, 2011 I’ve never taken a deer to a butcher until this year when I took one to Jim Seder on the Big Four Road. more »»

THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Seven mistakes your taxidermist can’t fix

November 19, 2011 Have you heard the one about the boy who shot a nice gobbler? His dad was proud and decided to get the big bird mounted. more »»

 
 

 

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