Aug 20th

2019

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

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 19th

2019

CategoryPosted in Hunt Wild Pennsylvania

Deer Antlers in Velvet

By Jeannine Fleegle, Pennsylvania Game Commission Deer Biologist Photo by Jacob Dingel. Antlers captivate the masses whether you’re a hunter or not. I don’t think anyone can put a finger on exactly why people are so fascinated with them. Perhaps on some subconscious level we recognize and marvel at the complex process driven by hormones […]

Aug 18th

2019

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

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

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

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 16th

2019

CategoryPosted in News

Will CITES fail Africa for the 44th year?

By: Emmanuel Koro, Correspondent Divisions among Africans countries were signed and sealed at the Berlin Conference in 1884-1885 that partitioned Africa into colonies under different Western European governments’ control. The Berlin Conference regulated European colonisation and trade in Africa. Even in cases where Africans try to unite Western powers always want to divide them, in […]

Aug 15th

2019

CategoryPosted in News

New York: First-known Powassan case from tick bite kills resident

CDC says tick-borne illnesses have now TRIPLED. Are you removing ticks correctly? Here’s everything you need to know about ticks and how you can combat Lyme disease. Just the FAQs POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – A New York resident has died of Powassan virus, a rare disease spread by infected deer ticks, according to the Ulster County. […]

Aug 14th

2019

CategoryPosted in American Outdoor News

Larry Weishuhn: Wisdom & The Outdoors

By Chris Avena We had the opportunity to speak to Larry Weishuhn about his career in the outdoor industry that spans decades. Larry is one of the most respected wildlife biologists, outdoor writers and television personalities in the outdoor industry today. Larry is a wealth of information when it comes to the outdoors and conservation […]

Aug 13th

2019

CategoryPosted in News

Grizzly bears back on endangered list in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced on Tuesday that it has reinstated grizzly bears on the list of endangered and threatened wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). In a press release from the USFWS, the service said on June 30, 2017, it announced the establishment of a population of GYE grizzly bears […]

Aug 12th

2019

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

Be Bear-Vigilant From Now Until Fall

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department urges homeowners, campers, and those with dumpsters and chicken coops to continue to be bear-vigilant during August and September. Tourists and vacationers are recreating throughout the Granite State and bears are taking notice. […] CONTACT: Andrew Timmins: (603) 788-3164 Jay Martin: (603) 271-3211 July 31, 2019 CONCORD, NH […]

Aug 11th

2019

CategoryPosted in All Outdoor

Summer Camp in Maine: Kids Gut Fish, Shoot Rifles and Bows

The good news: There’s an awesome summer camp for kids in Maine where they shoot firearms, learn about trapping animals, and gut fish. The bad news: Your kids will have to wait until next year to enjoy it. It’s called The Maine Youth Fish & Game Association summer camp, and the website happily states it […]

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