Wide Open Spaces

Oct 21st

2019

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The 5 Most Common Hunting Injuries

Hunting is a refreshing passion. But, we head into every hunt knowing injuries can happen. The word “hunting” covers such a variety scenarios, terrains and styles… and as a result, a wide variety of injuries can surprise us. Thankfully, safety is a big focus in the industry, and new products come out every year that are focused […]

Oct 15th

2019

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The States Where It’s Illegal to Kill Snakes

Here are all the places in the United States where it’s illegal to kill snakes. Many people can’t stand the sight of a snake. Especially venomous snakes like copperheads, timber rattlesnakes, cottonmouths or water moccasins. Some people say the only good snake is a dead snake, but that line of thinking could get you in […]

Oct 5th

2019

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Are Blue Laws Hurting Hunting Retention and Participation?

Should blue laws affecting hunting be repealed? Sunday hunting bans still affect hunters in many parts of the country. Slowly but surely however, that seems to be changing with Sunday hunting bills often waiting approval in many states. But should the day of the week matter when it comes to hunting? Or do they limit hunting opportunities? […]

Sep 27th

2019

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What You Need to Know About QDMA’s Field to Fork Program

The Quality Deer Management Association started the Field to Fork program to recruit prospective hunters and teach them how to hunt. Here’s how it works. It’s a known fact: there are a number of adults who would like to learn how to hunt. Their reasons are diverse and range from wanting to spend more time […]

Sep 21st

2019

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Hunting and Fishing to Expand to 77 National Wildlife Refuges

The expansion will offer more than 1.4 million additional acres to sportsmen. Earlier this week, the Trump administration’s efforts to increase recreational access to public lands continued, as the Interior Department announced the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service would be expanding hunting and fishing into 77 different wildlife refuges across 37 states. The total area […]

Sep 11th

2019

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Make a Difference in Conservation This Hunting Season

Does hunting help conservation efforts? It does if you dedicate yourself to doing these things this season.  We hear all the time about how hunting is more than an American tradition. It helps aid in wildlife management and wildlife conservation. But have you ever stopped to think about what exactly those things mean? If you […]

Aug 30th

2019

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New York Woman Reels in Fish With Two Mouths

Mother Nature never ceases to amaze us. Perhaps the best part about fishing is the unknown. There’s nothing more exciting than feeling that first strike and successfully setting a hook, as you’re imagination immediately starts racing to determine what it is you’re fighting. You’ll try to guess what species of fish you’re dealing with, how […]

Aug 28th

2019

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Cringeworthy Anti-Hunters

You’ll surely get mad when you see how these rude anti-hunters interfered with a legal bow hunt on private property in Missouri. When extreme bad weather made travel too hazardous to head back out to where he arrowed that monster 19-point buck back in November, Tim Kjellesvik decided to hunt some private property in St. […]

Aug 20th

2019

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Justin Rackley Drops Nyala Bull With Bow in South Africa

You’re going to want to see LakeForkGuy arrow this Nyala bull from 30 yards out. If you’ve heard of Justin Rackley, also known as LakeForkGuy or LFG for short, you likely know him for his bass fishing prowess. As resident of the Houston area, he’s known for staying Texas most of the time, too, hence […]

Aug 18th

2019

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Dreaming of Some Seychelles Fishing? Here’s How to Do It

Fishing in Seychelles is like a angler’s dream come true. Some of the best fishing spots in the world are also some of the most remote. Such is the case with fishing in Seychelles. Never heard of it? It’s a small island nation off the coast of Kenya and north of Madagascar. Situated in the […]

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