Dec 29th


CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

The Economic Impact of the Hunting Industry

How is the economic impact of hunting really helping or hurting some areas? Sportsmen and women use the argument all the time in defense of hunting: “Hunting activities can have a great economic impact on many areas.” But have you ever really stopped to think about what that meant? Hunting season is a big business in […]

Dec 27th


CategoryPosted in American Hunter

Pennsylvania Governor Signs NRA-Backed Sunday Hunting Bill

On November 27, governor Tom Wolf signed Senate Bill 147 into law, allowing hunting on three Sundays each calendar year; one during the deer rifle season, one during the deer archery season and another to be determined by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. The DSC Northeast Call2Adventure! 2020 event is coming up on March 14th, 2020 […]

Dec 23rd


CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

How to Cook a Wild Game Dinner During the Holidays

Here are some tips for prepping a wild game dinner for your family or friends. Do you love wild game meat? Okay, that’s a silly question. You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t. One of the biggest challenges hunters face with their harvests is often in prepping a wild game dinner for their family and […]

Dec 21st


CategoryPosted in Sportsmen's Alliance

New York Activist Lawmaker Attacks Trapping

Most legislators from Manhattan don’t normally know much about what it takes to manage wildlife, let alone the importance that trapping plays in scientific management. But that hasn’t stopped Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal, from the Upper West Side of Manhattan, from introducing Assembly Bill 8733 that would ban foothold traps. Take Action Today! New York members […]

Dec 19th


CategoryPosted in Sports Afield

She Hunts

A camp in Texas is helping women learn the skills they need to become successful hunters. Yes, she hunts! Although hunting remains a male-dominated activity, women are the fastest-growing segment of the hunting community, and they are a much larger minority than when my generation grew up. In a time when declining numbers are the […]

Dec 17th


CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

Registration Opens for Free Winter Indoor Archery Programs

Are you interested in trying archery for the first time? This winter, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is again offering free archery programs for beginner archers ages 10 and up who want to learn the basics of shooting […] CONTACT: Tom Flynn: (603) 536-3954 Eric Geib: (603) 536-3954 November 25, 2019 HOLDERNESS, NH […]

Dec 15th


CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

Fred Bear’s 10 Commandments for Every Hunter

Get back to your hunting roots and listen up to Fred Bear’s 10 Commandments of hunting.  Too often, we as hunters get too caught up in overthinking the hunt. If you need to remember why you picked up the hobby in the first place, there’s no better role model to look to than Fred Bear. Fred […]

Dec 13th


CategoryPosted in American Outdoor News

Melissa Bachman: Family, Hunting & Her Life of Adventure

By Chris Avena Paynesville, Minnesota, population 2500. There was a five year old girl tagging along with her Mom and Dad on their morning hunts. Not yet old enough to hunt, she studied their every move, learning, fanning her Deadly Passion. Growing up in the outdoors, developing her skills, Melissa Bachman was destined for a […]

Dec 11th


CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

River Newcomb Finally Arrowed a Big Arkansas Black Bear

The good things in life don’t come easy and that was certainly the case with River Newcomb and her big Arkansas black bear. Clay Newcomb is the owner of Bear Hunting Magazine. As you can probably imagine, he takes his bear hunting quite seriously and expects his children to do the same. Hard work, dedication, […]

Dec 9th


CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

Hunting Scouting Techniques That Can Be Done From Your Backyard or Computer

Here is how to do your scouting for deer hunting without leaving home. It’s harder and harder these days to carve out time for deer hunting season, let alone scouting for the most productive days of the fall. But thanks to technology, there are now more options than ever when it comes to scouting for deer. We […]

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