Access to public lands is getting to be even more difficult. Sportsmen’s organizations are forced to sue in order to keep county roads open, congressmen are getting involved by trying to increase funding for opening up landlocked public land, and while we all fight to maintain our right to keep and bear arms, we often times fall down when it comes to fighting to keep our rights to access our public lands. Programs like Montana’s Block Management program, which opens up 8 million acres of public land, are valuable assets when it comes to increasing access to public wildlife. Other states have followed suit and places like Wyoming now boast over 1 million acres open to walk-in hunting. Other states like Kansas pay per acre, providing hunters more opportunity to harvest fin and fur.