Hunters and trappers have many opportunities year-round, including advanced courses offered by agencies, organizations, and sportsman's clubs.
All states have federal- or state-owned public lands that are available for hunting. Public lands may have special regulations that regulate hunting on these properties and may require special permits. Be sure to check with the appropriate agency and obtain maps before you go out to hunt. Other hunting and trapping opportunities exist on privately owned land. Prior to going on private property, you need to get permission.
Utilize tools such as social media and Pennsylvania advanced hunting courses to expand your knowledge, interact with other hunters, and, eventually, mentor others as they begin the sport.