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Hunting and Fishing Groups Leery of Weakening Clean Water Act
Without clean water, the outdoors could suffer mightily
Love Public Land? Thank the Land and Water Conservation Fund
Royalty-based program has played critical role in access
Politicians Vote to Axe Oregon’s Elliott State Forest
The state of Oregon this week took a big step toward selling off 82,500-acres of public hunting and fishing territory...
Public Lands Roundup: Bundy Trials Begin, A Second Bad Public Lands Bill Still Stands, and a BLM Update
Open Country: Our February 2017 access roundup
Bill to Cut Forest Service and BLM Enforcement is a Poacher’s Dream, Sportsman’s Nightmare
H.R. 622 puts America’s 640 million acres of national forests, parks, and wildlife refuges in danger
Billboard Gets Montana’s Bitterroot River Bass-Ackwards
One of the bad things about being a billboard designer is that your mistakes are blown up… well… as big...
Beyond Malheur: Why Federal Wildlife Refuges Matter So Much
The recent militant takeover and arrests surrounding the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon shone a national spotlight on...
10 Things You Should Learn from the Deer in Your Backyard
Urban and suburban deer herds are expanding across the nation. Even if these city-limits deer are off-limits to pursue, you can use them to educate yourself on the behaviors and seasonal impulses of their wild brethren, and become a better deer hunter in the process. Here are 10 things to notice about the deer in your yard.
6 Tips to Help You Make a Snap Shot in Tight Quarters
Noticing the recent trend toward taking shots at ever-longer ranges, I felt the need for a reality check. I reviewed...
Head Off Road for Bigger Bucks
Deer season was under way in north-central Pennsylvania. A small plane buzzed over the Sproul State Forest, the head of...