Seasonal Roads, Designated Routes, Snowmobile Trails and Access for Hunters with Disabilities
Seasonal Roads Open for Hunting & Trapping
Designated Routes for Horses and Bicycles
Access Routes for Hunters with Disabilities
Public Shooting Ranges
Public Shooting Ranges in the Southcentral Region
Field Officer Reports - July 14, 2017
Snyder County WCO Harold J. Malehorn reports that a defendant pleaded guilty to four counts of unlawful taking or possession of white-tailed deer. He was assessed a $2,200 fine and will receive a hunting-license revocation.
Bedford County WCO Brandon Pfister reports a Bedford County man is being charged with the unlawful taking of rabbits.
Mifflin County WCO Amanda M. Isett reports an individual was cited for taking possession of a raccoon out of season.
Cumberland County WCO John Fetchkan reports that Big Spring Fish and Game held its annual Hunter-Trapper Education course in June, and all students passed. Two separate investigations are being conducted involving the killing of a bear and deer.
Franklin County Land Management Group Supervisor Eric Horsh is looking for information on the illegal dumping of tires and auto parts on State Game Lands 76 along Lower Horse Valley Road in Franklin County. Anyone with information, please contact the Southcentral Regional Office in Huntingdon.
Huntingdon County WCO Amy Nabozny recently captured a 300-pound sow reported as a nuisance bear. Upon processing the bear it was determined that the sow still was lactating, and it had to be returned to the capture site. Nabozny also reports that mange in bears seems to be a bad problem in the Warriors Mark and Spruce Creek areas. If you see a bear with mange, please report it. They can be treated if mange is caught before it gets too bad.