Give me a show where hunters go in essentially blind to a 1,000-acre state game land and harvest a decent buck and I will be impressed.
What does SGL stand for?
SGL stands for State Game Land (Pennsylvania)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Hunters are reminded that Game Commission regulations limit the placement of portable hunting tree stands and blinds on state game lands from two weeks before the opening of the first big game season - which is the archery deer season - to two weeks after the close of the last big game season - which is the late archery deer season - within each respective Wildlife Management Unit, excluding the spring gobbler season.
The board unanimously approved five land-acquisition contracts related to State Game Lands 87 that, in total, will add more than 2,088 acres to the game lands.
A deal permitting a Pennsylvania coal company to perform surface mining at two state game lands clears the way for the state Game Commission to acquire a third property, in Cambria County, that would become a new, 2,031-acre game lands.
to provide right-of-way licenses to construct electric transmission facilities across six state game lands - SGLs 38, 91, 135, 183, 300 and 312 - in five northeastern counties: Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike and Wayne.
The app has built-in mapping capabilities allowing you to browse State Game Land boundaries, parking areas and shooting ranges displayed over your choice of USGS 7.
To open the map, click on the State Game Land number.
The first proposal approved by the Board involves a donation of 183 acres in Lafayette Township, McKean County, from Seneca Resources Corporation that adjoins State Game Land 62, McKean County.