It looks like the Pa Game Commission has done a 360 degree turn on their decision to allow people to hunt in the area of the Eric Frein manhunt. The temporary ban on hunting came after State Police voiced concern for the safety of the hunters. Earlier this week they found home made explosives in the woods which they think were made by Frein.
Game Commission Executive Director R. Matthew Hough said the executive order closes hunting and trapping seasons in Price, Barrett and Paradise townships in Monroe County, and Blooming Grove, Porter, Lehman and Greene townships in Pike County. The townships are within the Wildlife Management Unit 3D, the commission said. The closure will affect all private and public lands, including portions of state game lands 180, 183 and 221.
Well, someone came to their senses and it wasn't the morons at the Pa Game Commission. My guess is that after their first announcement, the State Police rang them up and asked if they had lost their minds.
House of Kroy tour - *...sans the basement and garage.*
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