Ken Maurer column: Visions of trout fishing
I know it’s still winter, but I find myself daydreaming about warm air, green leaves and the soft burble of a riffle on a trout stream.
Don Steese column: Old times
You know you’re getting old when you read about a new Hoppe’s No. 9 formula being introduced and the first thing you think is “It better smell just like the old one!”
Lewisburg duo helps youths embrace hunting
For 34 years, Jim and Marti Hornberger, of Lewisburg, have owned a kennel they call Cloverking German Shorthair Pointers. Their breeding business includes training their dogs in obedience and field work prior to selling.
Ken Maurer column: Deer story in February
February is sort of a drab month. It’s like March’s ugly sister. Sweet April is coming, and in the meantime, throw another log on the fire.
Don Steese column: Fishing for cuts
Few things surprise me anymore, but the fact that we’re losing anglers here in the Keystone state kinda does.
Ken Maurer's Outdoors column: Case of the 'no-show'
The recent decision by Reed Exhibitions to ban certain firearms from the Harrisburg Sportsmen’s Show, and the resulting collapse of the show had to be quite a surprise to the outdoors industry. It is surprising and somewhat perplexing that Reed’s, an entity that previously had no problem with any firearms, would suddenly turn on the Harrisburg show.
Don Steese's Outdoors column: Benefits outweigh the cost
Five thousand six hundred eighty-seven dollars and sixty-eight cents a pound.
Proactive vs. reactive: Gun control from view of school shooting survivor
Gunfire in a crowded school cafeteria caused high school freshman Brent Paucke to duck for cover under a table.
Ken Maurer column: Back to Potter
As we started the climb up Rt. 44 for our annual muzzleloader/trapping foray, we were wondering if we would be able to even get into camp. We had a good bit of snow here, and we had reports of our slice of Potter getting 15 to 18 inches of the white stuff. There are plenty of gas wells, old and new, around Chris’s camp, so we were hoping they had most of the roads cleared.
No child left indoors: Snow sports month
Humans are not meant to hibernate. January is a great month to get outdoors.
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