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Warning: Start saving your travel money before you watch this video. You will be going to northern Europe. Or just close your eyes and meditate to the groovy sounds.
To children throughout the country, Boy Scouts of America often proves to be the first step toward a lifelong appreciation for the outdoors. This month the Scouts celebrate their 100th anniversary. Find out how you can take part in the festivities or learn more about BSA’s programs.
Little helps dispel cabin fever like outdoors show season, and there are a bevy of shows throughout the region over the next two months: Feb. 11-14: Erie RV, Camping & Powersport Spectacular Feb. 11-14: Cleveland Sport, Travel & Outdoor Show Feb. 17-21: Allegheny Sport, Travel & Outdoor Show Feb. 26-27: Kinzua Outdoor and Travel Show,…
There’s a new chapter in the Trout Bum Diaries. Along the Great Lakes we might title it “Chromer.” Out in the Pacific Northwest, where the most recent video in the series was filmed, the term is “Metalhead.” Five fly-fishing friends apparently survive brutal camping conditions to muscle spey lines onto big water for steelies the…
David Rearick, a Pro-Staff member from Avery Outdoors, has been providing NWPA Outdoors with weekly in-season reports on waterfowl migration patterns and hunting results in western Pennsylvania for the past two years. Here’s David’s season summary for the 2009-10 season:
Randy Leighton, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission deputy waterways conservation officer for western Erie County, provides this week’s fishing report for the Erie area: “Erie has been in deep freeze over the last week strengthening ice conditions on the bay and area ponds and putting the Erie tribs back into ice over. This past weekend…
The public is invited to an open hearing of the Senate Game and Fisheries Committee on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 3 p.m. at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center, 301 Peninsula Drive. The primary topic will Erie’s steelhead fishery and its economic impact on the region. Other topics on the agenda are the financial status of…
Though there’s no indication that the favored nest site at Presque Isle State Park is being rebuilt, at least one American Bald Eagle most definitely is making itself at home there this winter.
Dave Lefebre of Union City is just about to head back out on tour, but this year will be a bit different than his past tour seasons: His Indiana-based TABU Tackle Co. scored a big contract by getting its Tiny Tim Baby Swimbait placed in select Cabela’s stores and on the Cabela’s Web site. Lefebre…
Congratulations to Zac Czerwinski of Waterford on his eight-point/doe day during a Hunt of a Lfetime outing with the Squirrel Hill Hunting Club of New Florence, Pa. Hunt of a Lifetime provides outdoors adventures to children with serious illnesses. Czerwinski, 17, was diagnosed with cancer in September. Czerwinski shot an eight-point buck and a doe…