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  • Deer Feeding0

    I’ve been reading and hearing a lot recently about the Pennsylvania Game Commissions proposal to ask for a ban on the feeding of deer. As usual, anything that has to do with the PGC and deer usually results in lots of controversy and plenty of outspoken opinions — some for and some against. Understand that

  • Trout Fishing Still Productive0

    I realize that as we move into late summer, trout fishing is far from a top priority for most fishermen; instead, most of us are focusing our attention on bass, panfish, and other warm-water species. I’ll put my share of time in on all those warm-water fish as well, but I’m a bit of a

  • The Heron Family0

    “The Heron Family” sounds like the title of a new TV comedy show. I’m actually talking about a group of long-legged birds that are often found wading the edges of various bodies of water. Probably the most commonly spotted species of the group is the great blue heron; it is also one of the largest

  • Do Fish See Color?0

    I was leafing through my Bass Pro/Cabela’s fishing catalog the other day and, as usual, I was in awe of the vast number of lures being made available to fishermen these days. Even more interesting was the vast number of lure colors and patterns showing up on page after page. Of course, there were many

  • Spin or Cast?0

    Spin or cast? What am I talking about? I’m talking about the use of an open-face spinning outfit versus using a so-called bait-casting outfit. Actually one isn’t better than the other, but instead, they both have their place in the fishermen’s arsenal. There is little doubt that the open-face outfit is the most popular and

  • A “Non-Specific” Approach0

    Have you ever watched the evolution of a fisherman? We start off fishing for anything that will bite using anything we have at hand. As we move on, and our interest intensifies, however, we begin to become more precise. We become more specialized in our approach — gearing up for specific species at specified times

  • Too Many to Count?

    Too Many to Count?0

    I recently read an article in an outdoor publication that said there are so many eagles nesting in Pennsylvania that it is becoming too difficult for the Pennsylvania Game Commission to come up with an accurate count. I’m sure that 30 years ago that is news we never would have expected to hear but the

  • Teaching Bass Basics

    Teaching Bass Basics0

    Several weeks ago, I had the unique opportunity to teach a group of young people the art of bass fishing. The class of about 25 junior high and high school age kids were attending a week-long camp. Camp activities included a number of classes centered around bass biology, habitat and other related disciplines. My three-hour-long

  • Some “Fishy” News0

    Hearing and reading about invasive species showing up in our country is getting to be commonplace; it seems like every time we turn around another new plant, bug or critter has found a new home here. Our waterways and lakes are no exception, and in fact, many invasives including a variety of plant species and

  • The “Snake Whisperer”

    The “Snake Whisperer”0

    Last week a couple of neighborhood boys were at their grandmother’s house when she summoned me to come over and remove a large black rat snake crawling next to her house. The nearly six-foot-long snake was less than pleased when I picked it up, but in a short time it calmed down when it realized