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  • The Roving Sportsman… Time to Check Your Turkey Vest0

    March 20th is finally upon us — the official first day of spring! In just over four short weeks, the Pennsylvania Youth Turkey Season will occur — Saturday, April 20 to be exact, and the following Saturday, April 27, will begin the month-long Spring Gobbler Season! With that in mind, this would be a great

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Prepping for Spring0

    Could it be that Old Man Winter is finally folding up his tent and leaving our area? Warmer temperatures and (hopefully) clearer skies seem to be coming our way and the official first day of spring is actually March 20 this year. We can now look forward to more time out of doors enjoying some

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  • Now, It’s Up to You!0

    Every year an untold number of Pennsylvania hunters cross our borders to spend time and money pursuing their passion for hunting outside our state. Some of these individuals travel to western states to hunt for elk, mule deer, mountain lions or other game that is simply not available here. Often, several hunters will travel with

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  • The Roving Sportsman… It’s Time to Take a Non-shooter Shooting!0

    If you are like the majority of shooters that I have encountered over the years, you probably began shooting during your early years. Through the decades, your passion for the sport has grown and now you have, no doubt, expanded your shooting to include rim-fire and center-fire rifles, handguns of all sorts and the various

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Thoughts About This Upcoming Spring0

    Whether you are going to be hunting on public or private property this spring, and whether you are hunting at an old familiar haunt or trying out a new location, here are some tips to guide you through to a more successful spring season in the big woods of northcentral Pennsylvania. Pre-season Preparation: One of the

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Near Disaster!!!0

    Clayton Rue, a sporting clays instructor from Alaska, recently related having witnessed a catastrophic failure of a shotgun. The failure occurred when a 20-gauge shell was inadvertently dropped into a 12-gauge shotgun, then a 12-gauge shell was loaded on top of it! When this occurs, the 20-gauge shell hangs up down in the barrel- allowing

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Hunters Are Not Poachers0

    On May 30, 2014, Satao, one of the world’s largest African elephants was killed by a poisoned arrow shot by a poacher. Satao was known as a tusker because his tusks, which weighed over 100 pounds, were so long that they almost touched the ground. Today, the killing of elephants, our largest land animal, continues

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Seeking Sheds0

    I have been receiving more reports of sportsmen finding recently shed antlers. It seems that the bucks are dropping antlers a bit earlier than normal for some reason. While we seem to be in the throes of winter, there are the occasional warmer days that entice us to spend some time outdoors – doing something

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Off and Running!0

    With January past its midpoint and Old Man Winter tightening his grip as best he can, one begins to wonder just what to do to pass the time. Well, the clock is running, and there really isn’t anything you can do about the weather except wait it out in hopes that spring just might come

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  • The Roving Sportsman… New Year’s Resolutions0

    It is that time of year to make our traditional New Year’s Resolutions — you know -that list of things we know we should follow, but rarely seem to accomplish! So really, the first step is to promise ourselves that this year we will make that list and be much more conscientious about following it.

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