The experiences of a hunter and trapper in Pennsylvania

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While PA Spring Turkey has been in for a little over a week now due to finishing up with the last little bit of this semester’s college work I have not been out any, until today. After hunting up my mouth call in the refrigerator I made it into the woods this morning around 6:30 […]

This Saturday will mark the start of Pennsylvania’s Spring Gobbler Season. It will run from May 1st to 31st during the hours of one-half hour before sunrise until noon. No fluorescent orange is required during this season, but PLEASE for my sake, your sake, and for the sake of the ones around you identify your […]

Finally I saw a turkey while I was out hunting today, two turkeys actually. However, to my dismay they were both hens. It did not matter to some extent what the were though, because I saw them right after I stepped out of the car so I would not have been allowed by PA law […]

Turkey season is close to halfway over and I still have not seen a turkey, but I have heard more gobbles this season than any other though. This morning I went out hunting from 10:00 to 12:00. However, I never heard anything.

Turkey season is now over, but I had a very good last day. On the morning of the last day, I walked into the woods on an ATV trail to a spot near the area where I had spent the last Saturday hunting. After almost reaching the field, I set up next to the ATV […]

Well, I Finally saw a turkey last Saturday, but before I get to that allow me explain the cat picture. This is Coconut my cat, She is a great mouse and chipmunk hunter, but most of the time She just hunts the food in her dish. But last Saturday morning She decided to take up […]

The other day I was watching a video of turkey hunting and I kept seeing the people in the video using a box call. So, I got to thinking that it would be kind of nice if I had one of those to go hunting with. After looking on eBay for awhile I got discouraged […]

Now that the fur season is over, it is time to start looking forwards to the next hunting season which Spring Turkey. For three days now I have been seeing a small flock of turkeys. There seems to be one bearded bird and four to five hens in the flock.