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South Bend Tribune“You never know what you’re gonna catch out of the St. Joseph River.” It’s been said many times, and likely similar sentiments were shared with the Potawatomi and Miami Indians who once roamed its shores. But I bet they never...
Hunters across the Commonwealth are casting a wary eye toward Harrisburg on Tuesday. The Senate Game & Fisheries Committee is considering several bills that could have significant impact for hunting in the state. The most controversial is SB 597,...
When I saw a pair of ducks in the lake, I thought I knew what they were. "Mallards," I said to myself reflecting upon childhood memories. When I was young, I often saw mallards swimming in the lake next to my Pennsylvania home. Male mallards have...
Tags: Sports, Swimming, Lakes and Ponds
John Arway, executive director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, will present the agency's annual report to the House Game and Fisheries Committee at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Room 60 of the East Wing of the Capitol in Harrisburg. Arway is expected...
South Bend TribuneLooking for an inexpensive break from this winter’s cabin fever? Stop by the Century Center and the Michiana Boat and Sport Travel Show next weekend. That’s where you will find an assortment of fishing boats, pontoons, pleasure boats and...
South Bend TribuneAs we reflect on the past outdoors season, it’s time to think about what the New Year will bring. Overall, I’d say 2012 was a good year for outdoorsmen although the hot dry weather certainly impacted our time on the water and in the woods....
Tags: Catfish, Fishing, Hot Dogs, Hunting, Foods and Beverages
Kirk Cressley pointed with dismay to the 14 nearly 100-foot long empty fish pools that he cleaned out by hand shovel and wheelbarrow, a project that took a year to accomplish. After he and his wife, Denise, bought the former Kriss Pines Trout Hatchery...
South Bend TribuneYou get the sense from Hoosier biologists that good things are beginning to happen for northern Indiana walleye anglers. Biologists seem to be getting a better handle on what it takes to produce even better fishing. One of those is how fish are...
Lehigh Valley anglers and boaters received very welcome news late last week when the state Department of Environmental Protection gave the final approval to begin refilling Leaser Lake in northwestern Lehigh County. According to the Pennsylvania Fish and...
If you want to find out about the delays in refilling Leaser Lake, plan to attend a public meeting of the Leaser Lake Heritage Foundation 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Lynn Township Municipal Building on Route 143. George White, president of the...
Tags: Fishing, Scranton, Orefield, Allentown, Hellertown
Lehigh River enthusiasts have reason to celebrate. The U.S. Army Corps Engineers Philadelphia District announced today that there will be an additional whitewater release from Francis E. Walter Dam in White Haven, Luzerne County on Aug. 25 as well as...
Last Friday the temperature was in the 60s, this Friday it's supposed to be in the 90s. Wednesday was gorgeous with no humidity; Thursday was stifling with widespread storms. The water levels are still low locally, but the Lehigh River should get some...
Tags: Fishing, Orefield, Weather Reports, Allentown, Hellertown
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