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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
The 6.5 Creedmoor Isn’t Even the Best 6.5mm Deer Hunting Cartridge
The Creed is the most popular cartridge of its time, but are there better 6.5mm options for deer hunting?
To Keep 6,300 Acres from Being Sold to a Private Buyer, Should We Pay for Public Land We Already Own?
The sale of a publicly-accessible parcel in Arkansas was averted, but the future of the public property remains uncertain
Dear Mainstream Media: Please Stop Calling Chronic Wasting Disease the ‘Zombie Deer Disease’
Stop crying zombie. We’ve got real CWD problems to figure out
Can You Mentor a New Hunter When You’re Still Learning to Hunt Yourself?
A bowhunter with only a few seasons under his belt on choosing between hunting for himself and paying it forward
Quit Expecting Every Hunter to Be So Hardcore. We Need Casual Hunters, Too
Let’s stop being so exclusive. The hunting community should welcome the barely committed
Jim Shockey on the Real Trouble With the Border Closure: Here’s Why It’s Not So Easy to “Roll Over” Your Outfitted Canadian Hunt
Jim Shockey, a legendary Canadian outfitter, on the grim reality of how the border closure has rocked the guiding industry—and created major losses for American hunters
All Is Not As It Appears in the “Professional” Hunter and Influencer World
Don't worry about comparing yourself to the hunting personalities you see in outdoor media
A Veteran’s Perspective: Memorial Day Doesn’t Need to Be Treated As a National Military Funeral
"Don’t be ashamed to have a good time this Memorial Day — that’s part of the gift that’s been bestowed to you"
Hunting Without a Mentor for the First Time Is Hard—So Adjust Your Expectations
Turkey season with no training wheels is tough—and incredibly rewarding