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  • Pennsylvania’s Ultimate Big Game?0

    Those of us who hunt wild turkeys here in our home state of Pennsylvania often consider this bird to be the ultimate game to pursue. Whitetail deer hunters are without a doubt even more fanatical about naming deer as the greatest game animal within our state’s borders. And, yes, we are very fortunate to have

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  • The Roving Sportsman… It’s “Game On”0

    It is what every archery deer hunter has been waiting for. Whether it is further defined as “the pre-rut,” “the rut” or “the post-rut,” we are now moving into the days when the activity level of deer has begun to rise. Reports from sportsmen from Lycoming and surrounding counties tell us that deer activity is

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  • The Roving Sportsman… A Hunt With Lucy and Mattie0

    Growing up outside of Montoursville, in rural Lycoming County, during the 1950s and 1960s gave a youth many opportunities to hunt and fish. Whitetail deer were available to hunt, turkeys were beginning to reach huntable numbers, and there was the occasional black bear that one might come across. But more numerous, and therefore more often

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  • The Roving Sportsman… The Pennsylvania Bowhunter’s Triple Crown0

    Next week, from Monday, October 29 through Saturday, November 3, bowhunters throughout the state will have a unique opportunity. For that six-day period, whitetail deer (antlered and antlerless), black bear, and wild turkeys will all be in season for archery hunters statewide. The statewide archery antlered and antlerless deer seasons run from September to November

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Do It Yourself Butchering and Processing0

    Now that a successful hunt has come to an end and there is venison hanging on the meat pole let’s take a look at doing your own butchering and processing. Hopefully, you were able to keep the meat clean and cool after making that well-placed shot, and the meat has been able to hang and

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  • Two Important and Timely Items0

    Tracking Dogs: The heavy frost on the orchard grass and the full moon above made it visible enough to make our way across the meadow, even though it was two hours before sunrise. The bulls were already bugling and, as we started into the dark timber, you could hear the soft mewing of nearby cow

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Assuring Tasty Venison0

    How often have you heard someone say that they just don’t like the taste of venison? Or, say that they have tried it once, but just didn’t care for it? No doubt it was not cooked properly, or worse yet, was not handled properly from the beginning. Over the years, I am pleased to say

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  • Enjoy the Bounties0

    I have been blessed to be able to travel the state, the country and the globe both during my working years and now in retirement. Yet, I am always amazed that when I am away from home, my mind constantly wanders back to Northcentral Pennsylvania — the area of my roots. I feel very fortunate

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Think Safety0

    Before you head into the woods, it is important to practice with any archery equipment prior to the season. Make sure you shoot enough to regain your proficiency and that you are completely comfortable well before you are presented with an opportunity to take a shot at any game. Equally, it is critical that prior

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  • The Roving Sportman … Rain, Rain Go Away!0

    Over the four-day period of September 13-16, 2018, the Southeast Regional Championship — a sporting clays tournament — was projected to host over 700 shooters from across the country. The event, held at the Forest City Gun Club on the outskirts of Savannah, Georgia, actually drew just under 600 of those who had pre-registered for

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