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Several years ago in August, I decided to take a hike near my cabin. It was a typical hot August day. I wanted to make a loop behind and around my cabin in Lycoming County that involved a … more
Sometimes being at the right place at the right time is just pure luck. Recently, I experienced a much-too-frequent occurrence that unfortunately happens in the springtime. Fortunately, as luck … more
Harvesting a spring gobbler is a true trophy in Penns Woods. They are an elusive quarry. Eyesight that is remarkable and hearing that can detect the slightest sound make a mature wild turkey the … more
The Press & Journal won 14 awards in the 2019 Professional Keystone Press Awards that were given out Saturday by the Pennsylvania Newsmedia Association, including being selected as the best … more
“Got one,” came from the front of the boat. As I looked over, I could see my cousin, Don Manning, with a bent rod. He was in the typical fighting fish stance — upright with the … more
The Press & Journal won 14 awards in the 2019 Professional Keystone Press Awards announced Friday by the Pennsylvania Newsmedia Association, including being selected as the best newspaper of its … more
I enjoy the primitive muzzleloading season that begins the day after Christmas and runs several weeks into January. During this special deer season, only muzzleloaders that are classified as … more
When I was quite young, I remember my father and his friends from the Highspire Camp in northern Lycoming County putting on deer drives. Their hope was to push the deer from their comfort zone, … more
Keeping and maintaining an outdoor journal is a way to look back at your Woods and Waters experiences. Reading entries that range from many years ago to the present allows the reader to … more
Woods & Waters mentors are those individuals that have made a lasting impact on you. They knew how to do things and if you needed advice, they were the ones to turn to. They were always … more
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