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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • Are You Catching Any Fish?0

    Are you catching any fish? I love to have someone ask me that question, and my first reaction is to grab my RD (rectangular device) and start pulling up photos of my recent fishing excursions. I recently returned from a few days fishing at an area lake and the photo accompanying this story demonstrates the

  • No Boat, No Problem0

    A bunch of us guys were talking the other day, and somehow the subject of fishing came up. Someone commented that they would like to do more fishing, but they didn’t have a boat. That reminded me of a time when I didn’t have a boat either, but over the years I was able to

  • Time to Tackle Your Tackle0

    What on earth am I talking about with that title? Well, if you’ve ever gone fishing with a buddy who doesn’t have all his fishing gear organized you know what I mean. I have had days when I’ve had 20 casts made before my fishing partner had his rod ready and a lure attached. That

  • Game Commission Rule Changes0

    Except for spring turkey hunting most of us outdoor types are thinking fishing and not hunting. However, there are some significant rule changes that are sure to get your attention. I suspect that most hunters probably already know that the Pennsylvania Game Commission recently voted to move the opening day of the statewide firearms deer

  • What Do I Need?0

    I was at my “branch office” (Dunkin Donuts) the other day, and someone mentioned that they had gotten the new fishing catalog from Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s. Now all of us who have been smitten with the condition known as “fishing” enjoy browsing through a fishing catalog with all of the newest gear —

  • April is Not Just for Trout.0

    I know we are hot and heavy into trout season, and you can bet that I’ll be doing my share of trout fishing too, but there’s other fish to be had during this early spring season. I’m talking about bluegills, pumpkinseeds, rock bass, perch, and crappies — especially crappies. Collectively this group falls into the

  • In the Woods Before Daylight?0

    I remember when I started spring gobbler hunting years ago; I did what all spring gobbler hunters did — I got up before daylight and headed to a likely ambush point. Like most gobbler hunters I would start with a soft tree call and listen for birds to fly down from the roost. As many

  • Rough Times for the Ruffed Grouse0

    With spring underway, I should be writing about gobbling turkeys instead of ruffed grouse, but the declining grouse numbers have been getting a lot of attention lately. I’ll admit that I am not a real avid grouse hunter, but in years past I would occasionally head out to the nearby woodlots in search of that