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Minnesota’s Early Teal Experiment: More Opportunity for Duck Hunters or a Threat to Duck Hunting as We Know It?
Wildlife agencies in states like Minnesota are trying to create more opportunity to increase duck hunter numbers. But are the new seasons and more liberal regulations hurting their cause?
The Truth About Hunter Mentoring: Everyone’s Got to Earn It
Being a real hunting mentor takes much more than a weekend
Why Do Duck Hunters Despise Each Other?
A duck hunter’s theory on why waterfowlers can be the biggest jerks in all of hunting and how you can be part of the solution
No Shot: The Best Whitetail Bowhunters Are Still Limiting Themselves to 40 Yards
Despite the hype around long-range archery, bowhunting for whitetail deer is still a close-range game
Yes, I’m Already Teaching My 2-Year-Old How to Shoot a Bow
It's never too early to begin teaching archery to kids who show an interest in the outdoors
New York Should Let Hunters Shoot Deer During the Best Hunting Hours
New York has, at last, proposed a regulation that would extend deer and bear hunting hours to the national standard: 30 minutes before sunrise and 30 minutes after sunset
Is It Time for Hunters and Shooters to Give Up on Social Media?
There are plenty of reasons to despise social media. But there’s no denying that the platforms give hunters more connectivity and power than ever before
This Release Shield Calms Critters on My Traplines, and Helps Educate the Public
A homemade shield helps keep trappers safe when releasing out-of-season critters. It also pulls double-duty by helping educate the public about trapping
Management of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest Is Back on Track for Hunters, Anglers
A local hunter’s perspective on the Roadless Rule and new protections for the Tongass
The 3 Anti-Hunting Arguments Hunters Should Actually Worry About
There are plenty of illogical ideas coming from anti-hunting organizations, but these three pose a real threat to hunters everywhere