I own an ATV. It has proven to be one of the most useful tools I've purchased in recent years.
The chairman of a CONSERVATION board doesn't believe in hunting? Hmm... perhaps there needs to be a basic lesson in the difference between conservation and preservation.
Those are the words of Sandra Jonker, regional wildlife manager for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. She's talking about a cooperative access program between WDFW and the Weyerhaeuser timber company -- a project worthy of Open Country designation.
Should hunting be allowed on land in the refuge system where hunting is feasible?
Within that theme have been two distinct areas of focus: Hunting and fishing. Nothing wrong with that. Hunting and fishing are primary passions of those who utilize public lands and, of course, who read Outdoor Life.
Everyone knows you have to escape the crowds to have deer-hunting
success on public land. Here’s how to actually do it.
This is part 2 of our 2-part series on battling the Humane Society of the United States to open a wolf hunt in Michigan. See how this political battle has implications on hunting in your state.
If you want to see just how much of a difference one person can make, pay a visit to Oregon's Lane County.
Why do we insist on making things so difficult? Clear the weeds; plant the seeds. A functional food plot need not be more complicated than that.
Michigan's wolf population is also the subject of the latest anti-hunting effort by the Humane Society of the United States. And it's a tale that can only be fully told by an inside source. See, I'm part of an organization — Michigan United Conservation Clubs — that is very much the tip of the spear aimed at stopping HSUS in Michigan.
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