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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Great news for Pennsylvania deer hunters and blood trackers

According to today's press release the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners "Approved a resolution to publicly support House Bill 2526, sponsored by Rep. Jeffrey Pyle (R-Armstrong/Indiana), that would amend the Game and Wildlife Code (Title 34) to legalize the use of blood-tracking dogs to recover lawfully harvested or lawfully wounded white-tailed deer."

For the text of the bill click here. This has been such a long, uphill battle that today's development is a cause for celebration and hope.

A big thank you to Andy Bensing of Deer Recovery of Pennsylvania and Steve Kremp for keeping us updated on the recent developments.

1 comment:

Stan said...

That is great news! Pa is such a popular hunting state, and this is a step in the right direction.