Pennsylvania Hunting Season Begins Tuesday!

Summer might be ending, but that doesn’t mean the outdoors are going away; in fact, the outdoors will be picking up some steam as we enter Pennsylvania’s hunting season. The season starts tomorrow across Pennsylvania and hunters all over the country are poised and ready to experience one of the biggest hunting seasons in recent… Read more »

Pennsylvania Migratory Bird Seasons

In a hunting state like Pennsylvania there are always deadlines that need to be approved, rules and regulation that must go through the chain of command. It can be a bit of a whirlwind to keep track of all the things going on, especially if you’re fond of different types of hunting. It seems that… Read more »

Changes to Pennsylvania Hunting

Given the rush and the thrill of Fourth of July weekend and the end of June, you might have missed some of the changes made to Pennsylvania hunting in the last few days, but changes have indeed been made and more tweaks are expected in the following weeks. One change involves smaller game and children… Read more »

The Fourth of July and Hunting Are American Traditions

How was your Fourth of July weekend? We hope it was filled with fun, food, and a rousing sense of patriotism. We should love our country every day of the week. It is the greatest country on earth, but it’s nice to parcel out a few days out of the year to really let your… Read more »

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

At Tioga Boar Hunting, we support a community of hunters and outdoorsmen that get along with one another. It’s already tough out there enough and we don’t need hunters that are bickering or yelling at other people. The reason we say this is that of late there’ve been rumblings of hunters not getting along with… Read more »

Conservation and Recreation Funding

Hunting and conservation can’t just happen out of thin air, meaning that they need money and government funding to sustain themselves. Thankfully, Pennsylvania will be receiving a nice chunk of money for fish and wildlife conservation and recreation projects this year, to the tune of $38 million dollars! This is all through the U.S. Fish… Read more »

The past Two Hunting Seasons in Pennsylvania Have Been the Safest on Record

Let’s face it – hunting can be dangerous. Although we all take the correct precautions and prepare accordingly, accidents are an unfortunate part of what we do, but according to recent statistics, the past two hunting seasons in Pennsylvania have been the safest on record! According to this article, “For only the second time… Read more »

Hunting with Gas-Powered Rifles Could Be a Reality in PA

When it comes to hunting in Pennsylvania, hunters have several different guns to choose from depending on what and where they’re hunting. But a new bill could open the doors for people to use both air and gas-powered rifles in the future. The bill, known as House Bill 263, would give the Pennsylvania Game Commission… Read more »

Beginner Hunting Mistakes to Avoid

We encourage everyone to try hunting, at least once. Even if you have little to no experience, as long as you receive the proper training and head out with people who know what they’re doing, you should be fine. That being said, there are a few common mistakes that novice hunters tend to make. We’re… Read more »

How to Track Boar

Learning how to successfully hunt any type of animal can be a fun and rewarding process, and this is especially true when it comes to boars. There are several ways in which boar make for a unique hunting experience, and the proper research and training should always be done before going out on a hunt…. Read more »