Oct 7th

2020

CategoryPosted in Sportsmen's Alliance

Pennsylvania Bill Protecting Sportsmen, Hunting Businesses Awaits Full Senate Vote

The Pennsylvania Senate Committee on State Government recently passed and amended a bill that would deem hunting clubs, shooting ranges and businesses that manufacture and sell ammunition as life-sustaining businesses, and as such they shall never be limited or shuttered in their ability to carry out business. The original version would have deemed them life […]

Oct 5th

2020

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

Poacher Who Killed Over 500 Elephants Gets 30 Years

The Congo’s most notorious elephant poacher will serve 30 years in prison. One of the more frustrating aspects about wildlife crime is when violators get away with a slap on the wrist for their crimes. Prison sentences are exceedingly rare, but one poacher in the Republic of Congo has been ordered to serve 30 years […]

Oct 3rd

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

On safari with… Jaco Oosthuizen

Q: When and where were you born?   A: I was born in northern Namibia back in 1973, in the town of Tsumeb, though I spent my early years on a cattle ranch just east of Etosha National Park. Later on we lived in town because of the high security risk in the middle of […]

Oct 1st

2020

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

New Hampshire Pheasant Season Opens October 1

New Hampshire’s hunting season for pheasant gets underway on October 1 and continues through December 31. This fall, 11,495 adult ring-necked pheasants will be stocked in all 10 counties with an average of 140 pheasants per site. Due to safety concerns for Fish […] CONTACT: Karen Bordeau: (603) 744-5470Dan Bergeron: (603) 271-1126September 24, 2020 Concord, […]

Sep 28th

2020

CategoryPosted in Shooting Sportsman

Women on the Wing Takes Flight

By Tom Sternal Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever have created an ambitious new program aimed at female hunters called Women on the Wing. The brainchild of the groups’ new head of education, Marissa Jensen, the initiative includes workshops, events, new chapters and strategies to recruit, retain and reactivate female hunter-conservationists. The program has been buoyed […]

Sep 25th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

On safari with… Gary Duckworth

Q: Tell us about your family, how they originally got to Africa. A: My great-great grandfather came to South Africa around 1850. He was a doctor, and he married an Afrikaans Boer woman. My great-grandfather also married an Afrikaans Boer woman and they fought against the English during the Boer war. Their family farm was […]

Sep 22nd

2020

CategoryPosted in Shooting Sportsman

Where the Wild Quail Are

Seeking adventure in the Arizona desert By Tom Sternal Mark Nissen and Randy Matis are different kinds of snowbirds. True, they spend most of every spring, summer and fall in Wisconsin before heading to southern Arizona from early December to early February. Also true (and they may argue this point), they are approaching the ages when this type […]

Sep 19th

2020

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

What Are the Best Deer Hunting Times Throughout the Day?

Once the season is on, you need to know the best time of day for deer activity to have the best chance of success. Let us start by quickly making a point here: we’re talking about the best time of the day for deer movement, not the best time of the year. Obviously, with the […]

Sep 16th

2020

CategoryPosted in Sports Afield

Tough Stuff

Is African game really as tenacious as they say? Legend has it that African animals are especially tough, hardier and more tenacious than game anywhere else. It is true that African animals live with a full suite of predators, so they tend to be keyed up, but it depends on the species. The impala, for […]

Sep 13th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

The striking southern oryx

The southern oryx, or gemsbok (O. g. gazella) is a large antelope with a stocky build and a short, thick neck. Both sexes carry long, almost straight, transversely ridged, rapier-like horns with those of bull shorter and more robust. The body is greyish-fawn in colour, with black-and-white marked faces; a black stripe extends down throat […]

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