Wide Open Spaces

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 […]

Aug 17th

2019

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What Species Can You Hunt in New Zealand?

It’s a dream for many hunters, but what animals can you hunt in New Zealand? The answer is, quite the variety. Situated in the South Pacific, New Zealand is a beautiful place for a hunting trip. The two main parts of the country are split up into what they call the North and South Islands. Both […]

Aug 10th

2019

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The Best Cartridges for Hunting in Africa

Ron Spomer and Richard Mann have been around the block a couple of times. Here’s what they have to say about the best cartridges for hunting Africa. African game, particularly animals like cape buffalo, have reputations for being extremely tough and really difficult to bring down. To a certain extent that’s true, but it’s also […]

Aug 5th

2019

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Here’s What’s Backwards About This Op-Ed on Connecticut Hunting Land

This op-ed about hunting land in Connecticut has got it all wrong. An op-ed article in the Hartford Courant seemed a little misinformed, and we wanted to respond with an explanation of the things we took umbrage with. Let it be known, we’re not in the habit of ignoring people’s right to free speech, and […]

Jul 16th

2019

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Bald Eagle Numbers are Actually Soaring in Pennsylvania

There are so many nests, wildlife officials can’t physically count them all. Bald eagles have been at the forefront of Pennsylvania conservation for years. For years, the Pennsylvania Game Commission would release the eagle population numbers on July 4. Then the birds were threatened, but they’ve managed to make an incredible recovery in recent years. […]

Jul 12th

2019

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A Guide to the Great Things About Hunting for Those Who Don’t Do It

Here are a few things to share with the non-hunters in your life. As hunters, it can be difficult to articulate exactly what it is that we love about this pastime and what we get out of it. Unfortunately, hunting is something that is quickly falling out of favor with parts of the general public. […]

Jul 7th

2019

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Fishing in New York: What to Know Before You Go

If you are looking for info on fishing New York, this should satisfy your need. Going on a fishing trip to the Empire State, but don’t know where to start on your planning? We’ve got you covered. New York is a state filled with many varied angling opportunities for a variety of fish species. Mostly […]

Jun 29th

2019

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How to Match Yourself With the Perfect International Fishing Trip

Here are a few ideas for the perfect international fishing trip, depending on what you’re looking for. Great fishing experiences aren’t just limited to North America. There are plenty of exciting fishing trips you can take that will test your skills and give you an adventure of a lifetime. But how to choose what fishing […]

Jun 27th

2019

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3 Ways to Mix Fishing into Your Summer Family Vacation

Here’s how to mix fishing in with a family vacation. It’s summer. Time for both fishing trips and family vacations. This can be a conundrum for the anglers who just want to get out and fish, but must consider that the family wants to do something else like horseback riding, paddle boarding or even an […]

Jun 26th

2019

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700-Year-Old Canoe Dug Out of the Mud in Maine

A piece of Native American history was discovered in the mud off of Cape Porpoise, Maine. Archeologists have found a 700-year-old dugout canoe alongside Maine’s coast, reported as the oldest ever to be found in the state. It is estimated to be between 700 and 800 years old, created prior to European contact with the […]

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