Wide Open Spaces

Jun 12th

2019

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Why You Should Devote Yourself to Mentoring a New Hunter

This is the season to mentor a new hunter. Hunter numbers are in serious decline. Enough that you and every other hunter out there should be concerned about it. There simply aren’t enough new hunters coming into the tradition to replace those who leave. What can we do about it? There is only one way. […]

Jun 7th

2019

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Stunning Footage Captures Rare Adirondack Moose

Canoeists in New York captured some unbelievable shots of a rare Adirondack moose in its natural environment. Some fortunate canoeists on the water in Adirondack Park were able to capture some incredible footage of a bull moose feeding. The film is so good that a screenshot of it looks just like a painting. Watch and […]

May 30th

2019

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What’s Your Oldest Piece of Hunting Gear?

What is your oldest piece of hunting gear? Hunting equipment is constantly evolving in the 21st century. Companies are making more effective camo patterns, treestands, trail cameras, better rifle scopes, and field dressing knives. It seems gear branded as the next biggest thing is released every hunting season. But sometimes, you can’t beat a classic. […]

May 30th

2019

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How to Get Your Parents into Hunting

Here is how to get your non-hunting parents afield. There are countless articles out there about how to get young hunters into the woods where they can enjoy our precious natural resources. It seems it is just assumed these days hunting is passed from parents to children. But that isn’t always the case. There are […]

May 29th

2019

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Botswana Lifts 5-Year Ban on Elephant Hunting

The decision has already been met with a great deal of backlash. For the first time since 2014, the government of Botswana will allow hunters to harvest savanna elephants, according to a statement issued on May 22 by the Ministry of Environment, Natural Resource Conservation and Tourism. The original suspension came on the heels of […]

May 27th

2019

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35 Reasons to Get Outdoors on Memorial Day

There are plenty of reasons to spend Memorial Day in the outdoors. It’s a perfect time to have a long, holiday weekend, and Memorial Day is a special one. Once you’ve taken the time to remember the true meaning of the date, and why it’s so important to all Americans, there’s plenty of time to enjoy […]

May 19th

2019

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10 Ways to Experience the Best of America's Big Game Hunting

Travis Smola These are generally considered some of the best big game hunts in America. The great thing about North American big game is the number of hunting opportunities available in an even bigger variety of hunting areas. Whether it is elk hunting in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, or brown bear or moose hunting in the […]

May 18th

2019

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Which Are the Top States to Bowhunt for Deer?

YouTube/Bowmar Bowhunting Here are some of the best states to bowhunt for deer. We know deer hunting season can seem like it’s an eternity away. Right now, you might just be thinking about hanging trail cameras to monitor the growing big bucks, working on your shot placement with your compound bow, or planning your stand […]

May 16th

2019

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Check Out the Weird And the Wonderful Wild Game They Grill Around the World

Craig Raleigh Grilling wild game around the world sure means something different than what we’re used to. There are excellent ways to grill your game, and then there are game animals to grill that you didn’t even know about. Some of these things are a delicacy in other parts of the world that you and […]

May 10th

2019

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2018-19 Pennsylvania Deer Harvest Was the Best in 14 Years

Despite the highest Pennsylvania deer harvest numbers in more than a dozen years, the buck harvest percentage still saw a drop. The Pennsylvania Game Commission released its estimates for the 2018-19 whitetail deer hunting season, and the numbers reported the highest overall deer harvest in 14 years. An overall total of 374,690 were harvested during […]

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