Canada Geese in Pennsylvania

  There are a few ways to tell that the new hunting season is upon us. One of the telltale signs is the usually cool summer mornings that mimic the feel of autumn. With cooler temperatures, dew on the grass, and a light fog in the air, it almost feels like hunting season has begun…. Read more »

Pennsylvania Antlerless Deer Licenses

  Here at Tioga Boar Hunting, we want to let our blog readers know about an intriguing new opportunity to hunt game here in the rural wilderness of Pennsylvania. If hunters in our state act quickly, they may be able to be licensed to track down and bring home antlerless deer.   As this article… Read more »

Pennsylvania Game Commission Workshops

In our last post, we briefly touched upon the seminars sponsored by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. With this post, we want to go a little more in depth, as there are many workshops coming up.   On July 21 and 22, the workshop is called “WILD about Mammals.” This particular workshop is aimed at students… Read more »

Acquiring a Pennsylvania Hunting License

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There’s that old Spiderman saying – “With great power comes great responsibility.” The same can be applied to acquiring your Pennsylvania hunting license. If you plan to purchase the license, you’ll also need to make plans to attend a Hunter-Trapper Education course, as per the Pennsylvania Game Commission.   Classes are available in different parts… Read more »

It’s Time to Take Game of Any Size on Sundays

Pennsylvania is one of only 11 states that currently prohibit hunting on Sundays. In an effort to overturn that law, Hunters United for Sunday Hunting (HUSH) filed a suit against the Pennsylvania Game Commission asking courts to end the antiquated “blue law” that prohibits taking game of any size on Sundays.   Federal Judge Yvette… Read more »

The Legalization of Semiautomatics in Pennsylvania

Believe it or not, Pennsylvania is in the minority when it comes to using semiautomatic rifles, including weaponry like an AR-15, for hunting. Pennsylvania and Delaware are the only two states in the country that prohibit the use of semiautomatic rifles. That may soon change with the passing of three bills – House Bill 2333,… Read more »

Legal, Exciting and Natural Hunting Experiences in Pennsylvania

Bensalem’s Philadelphia Gun Club (PGC) just filed a civil suit against Showing Animals Respect and Kindness (SHARK) in Federal Court for hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. This is most certainly not the first suit filed in the decades-long war on pigeon hunting in Pennsylvania, but it is one of the first where a… Read more »

Radio Collars and Ear Tags

As technology becomes more advanced, our hunting game improves. By using radio collars and ear tags, chief deer biologist Chris Rosenberry was able to study a population of 2,600 deer in the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania region and the movements of several herds.   He collected some predictable data, supplementing what hunters have known for years with… Read more »

Choosing a Hunting Backpack

The right equipment for a hunt is nearly as essential as having a plentiful field and an experienced guide to a successful hunt. Choosing a hunting backpack, especially for bowhunters, can be overwhelming, but we’ve broken it down into a few criteria to assure you get the right pack for your style.   Keep in… Read more »

Changes to Pennsylvania Hunting Regulations

We love a long hunting season here at Tioga Boar Hunting. Any time we get an extra chance to take to the wilderness and track live game, we feel our pulse start to rush. Recently, we’ve just heard some exciting news about the possibility of even more time to hunt deer in the state of… Read more »