Apr 17th

2020

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

Many Waters Now Open for Fishing in the Granite State

Anglers get ready, many of New Hampshire’s waterbodies are already open for fishing with more opportunity arriving in April. “Right now, New Hampshire has many lakes and rivers that can already be legally fished,” noted Jason Smith, Inland Fisheries Division Chief. “Most […] CONTACT: Jason Smith: 603-271-1744 Scott Decker: 603-271-2491 March 25, 2020 Concord, NH […]

Apr 14th

2020

CategoryPosted in All Outdoor

Basic Hunting Tactics for Survival

If the COVID-19 crisis continues beyond your supply of meat, you might find yourself hunting for survival. If you’ve never hunted before, that idea can be daunting. Fortunately, hunting is a fairly simple activity at its core: You go where animals live and you try to kill one or more. But it can seem complicated […]

Apr 13th

2020

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

COVID-19: What Hunters Can Do Right Now

.et_post_meta_wrapper This is an unprecedented time in the world, and all walks of life have been affected, including the hunting industry. When you stop to think about it, our industry has many components and supports the overall global economy in obvious and not-so-obvious ways. The concession fees must be paid, camps and equipment must be […]

Apr 11th

2020

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

Brittany Boddington on “She Hunts” and Why It’s Important to the Hunting Industry

We sat down with Brittany Boddington and got the details on why the She Hunts program is such an integral part of supporting the female hunters demographic. Brittany Boddington is the type of woman who takes hunting seriously. There’s no wonder, seeing as her father Craig Boddington is one of the industry’s most well-known figures. […]

Apr 8th

2020

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

New Hampshire’s Outdoors Are Open

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, getting outdoors is a good way to maintain our mental and physical health. Scientific studies show that time outside in nature can significantly: reduce stress and anxiety; lower blood pressure; improve mood, energy, and sleep; […] CONTACT: Nicola Whitley: (603) 271-3211 Jay Martin: (603) 271-3211 March 20, 2020 Concord, NH […]

Apr 5th

2020

CategoryPosted in All Outdoor

What Game to Hunt for Survival

When it comes to hunting for survival, we often think of an individual or small group stranded out in the boonies. But what if we find ourselves simply sequestered in our homes with some freedom of movement and with our power and water still on, but unable to efficiently obtain protein through supermarkets or home […]

Apr 3rd

2020

CategoryPosted in News

Connecticut Fishing Season Starts Early

Fishing Season Opened Early in Public Waters to Encourage Social Distancing On March 24, 2020, Governor Ned Lamont issued an Executive Order opening lakes, ponds, rivers and streams to fishing statewide.  Opening the fishing season early helps to limit community spread of COVID-19, by eliminating the large crowds that often accompany the traditional Opening Day […]

Apr 2nd

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

Eating wild animals & the coronavirus

Wild species are utilised by humans for food all around the planet. The sea is the source of nourishment for millions of people who live in coastal regions, and further away. In Africa, ‘bushmeat’ comprises the important protein required for human nutrition. In Asia, a very wide variety of wild species are consumed, many of […]

Mar 21st

2020

CategoryPosted in Sports Afield

Africa’s Most Common Antelope

Depending on where you go in Africa, it might be an impala, springbok, reedbuck, gazelle, or kob. Thanks to Chevrolet, the impala is probably the best known and most recognizable African antelope. An attractive reddish-gold in color, highly acrobatic, and topped with black, heavily ringed, lyre-shaped horns, the impala occupies a broad range across most […]

Mar 18th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

Botswana auctions permits for elephant hunts

On 22 May 2019, the Government of Botswana took a decision to lift the five-year hunting suspension on elephant. And last week, it auctioned off seven licenses of 10 kills each. According to The Citizen newspaper, the one-hour sale was conducted by a local firm, Auction It Botswana, from the premises of the Ministry of […]


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