Water Conservation Officers’ New Boston Whaler at Blue Marsh

Jun. 28, 2024 / Embed

House Game and Fisheries Chairman David Maloney and his grandsons toured Blue Marsh Lake in the PGC’s new Boston Whaler Guardian 210 law enforcement boat.

Happy Birthday!

May. 22, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Maloney wishes his father happy birthday!

Safety on the Water

May. 15, 2024 / Embed

House Game and Fisheries Chairman reminds folks Safety on the Water should come first as the height of the boating season approaches

Rep. Maloney and Rep. Leadbeter Stock Trout.

Apr. 08, 2024 / Embed

Game and Fisheries Chairman Rep. Maloney traveled to Columbia County to stock trout with Rep. Robert Leadbeter. It was a bit cold, but opening day for trout in Pennsylvania was just hours away.

Maloney Speaks at Good Friday Memorial

Mar. 29, 2024 / Embed

Rep. David Maloney spoke at the Good Friday Memorial in Reading for Vietnam Veterans, POW/MIAs and Families.

Rep. Dave Maloney: The Joy Of Fishing

Feb. 29, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Maloney, chairman of the House Game and Fisheries Committee, joined staff from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s Pleasant Gap hatchery and stocked waters from Berks to Montgomery counties with Brown, Rainbow and Golden trout.

Keith Weiser sings National Anthem at 2024 PA Farm Show's Military, Veterans and Family Day

Jan. 11, 2024 / Embed

Keith Weiser of Fleetwood sang the Star Spangled Banner at PA Farm Show’s Military Veterans and Families Day. Watch his outstanding performance and hear Keith talk about what it meant to him.

First Responders Day 2023

Sep. 28, 2023 / Embed

Rep. Maloney on Pennsylvania's First Responder Day

When County Government Fails the Sportsmen, Others Step Up

Jul. 27, 2023 / Embed

Berks County is known for its natural beauty and abundant wildlife, making it a destination for sportsmen and sportswomen, except when the county commissioners stand in the way!

Maloney Comments on Doe Licenses

Jun. 28, 2023 / Embed

PGC’s Online Doe License Disaster Was Avoidable, But Efforts to Make it Work Were Ignored, Maloney Says.