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  • The Roving Sportsman… Fall Habitat Work0

    As the summer days shorten and fall is almost upon us, let’s take a look at what we can do over the next month or so to improve our habitat for the wildlife we hope to aid through the upcoming winter months. Even though the daytime temperatures are slowly dropping as fall approaches, there is

  • The Roving Sportsman… Small Game = Big Opportunities0

    Throughout most of Pennsylvania, you will tend to find that most hunters focus their time and attention on big game hunting – pursuing our whitetail deer, black bear and wild turkeys. It seems that fewer hunters these days spend time in the woods in pursuit of our small game, and they are missing some great

  • The Roving Sportsman… Tasty Trout0

    Having been fortunate enough to not only catch, but also bring back from a recent trip to northern Quebec, several dozen brook trout, I was anxious to see just how good they would taste. The trip itself was very special, requiring 24 hours on the road and then a flight into the lake via floatplane.

  • The Roving Sportsman… The Sound of Silence0

    When Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel recorded the song, “The Sound of Silence,” on June 15, 1965 and released it later that year on September 12, they could not really have known what the sound of silence was truly like. Fast forward to August of 2019, on a remote lake in far northern Quebec, called

  • The Roving Sportsman… More Summertime Reading0

    One of this era’s greatest ambassadors of hunting and outdoor activities is Steven Rinella. Several years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting him at the Harrisburg Great Outdoor Show, and it was a real pleasure to spend a few minutes with him talking about his TV show and the number of books he has

  • The Roving Sportsman… Summertime Reading0

    With summer well under way and with lots of outside activities to enjoy, little thought is generally given to reading. There are, however, those rainy days that keep us inside and there are times when whiling away the hours while sitting along a stream or a woodsy setting and reading a good book can be

  • The Roving Sportsman… Hunters Should “Walk Tall…!”0

    Hunters are the “salt of the earth.” Yes, without a doubt, there are the few exceptions – you know – the ones who usually make the news like the occasional slob hunter or poacher. They are the ones who seem to be talked about most often, especially by those who hold some degree of opposition

  • The Roving Sportsman… Legislation0

    As responsible sportsmen, we have a duty to be aware of past legislation that affects our sport and pay attention to those laws that are being proposed that could affect the future of our outdoor activities. Part of the pride that hunters, fishermen, and conservationists can feel is reflected in some of those acts or

  • The Roving Sportsman… Pocket Knives1

    It has been over a half a century since my Grandfather, Ira Martin Witt, passed away, yet I am happy to say that I still have to this day his favorite pocket knife. It rests securely within the walls of a safe, as I am fearful that if I carried it, it would join so

  • The Roving Sportsman… “Whitetails”0

    There is probably no other single word in the English language that will conjure up so much daydreaming and conversation among fellow hunters than the word “whitetails!” While there are certainly many avid turkey, bear, upland game and waterfowl hunters from coast to coast, the majority spend more time talking about whitetails than any other