Non Lead Ammunition Shortages are Expected This Fall, Smart Hunters Shopping Early

Posted on: July 5th, 2014

If you want to use non-lead ammunition for your hunt this year, now is the time to start shopping. The Arizona Game and Fish Department is expecting a repeat of last year’s non-lead ammunition shortage …Continue Reading →


Bowhunter Attempts Shot on Trophy Buck, How He Misses Will Blow Your Mind [VIDEO]

Posted on: July 5th, 2014

Don’t you just hate it when that happens? We’ve all seen some near-misses, but this is absurd. Bowhunting requires an extreme amount of skill – stalking up to your prey, keeping your draw from shaking, …Continue Reading →


Double Barrel Arrow Loader Now Features Mossy Oak Camo

Posted on: July 3rd, 2014

Hunters can now purchase the widely acclaimed Double Barrel Arrow Loader from DJJD Enterprises, LLC in the Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity® pattern. The Double Barrel Arrow Loader is a unique product helping bow hunters by …Continue Reading →


Animal lover outrage as Texas cheerleader smiles in dozens of photos alongside rare big game she hunts on African safaris

Posted on: July 1st, 2014

What do you think? An online petition to force Kendall to remove her page because it promotes animal cruelty had gained over 40,000 signatures in just a week. ‘For the sake of all animals,’ reads …Continue Reading →


Are Pennsylvania Coyotes a $4 Million Problem?

Posted on: June 27th, 2014

Do you think a $4 million study is needed? Lately the state of Pennsylvania has experienced a great deal of teeth gnashing (pun intended). The Board of Game Commissioners is all worked up about coyote …Continue Reading →


Ethical debate takes big turn in bowhunting

Posted on: June 26th, 2014

What are your thoughts on lighted nocks? There may have been no more acute observer of the outdoors and hunting than Aldo Leopold, author of the iconic A Sand County Almanac. In a 1943 essay, …Continue Reading →


Pennsylvania: Push on to legalize semiautomatic rifles for hunting

Posted on: June 26th, 2014

With restrictions. Might a change be coming to Pennsylvania’s woods? Nate Jacoby hopes so. The resident of Franklin in Venango County is a hunter and a shooter. He can’t always use the same rifles for …Continue Reading →


Another gator record broken in Mississippi

Posted on: June 23rd, 2014

That’s a lot of gator. Mississippi’s state record for the heaviest and longest alligator has been broken once again – less than a week after the previous records were smashed. Beth Trammell of Madison took …Continue Reading →


“RISE, KILL AND EAT” An Interview With Doug Giles, Editor-in-Chief Of

Posted on: June 23rd, 2014

Doug Giles is a man you should know. One of the brightest stars in the galaxy of conservative thought, Doug is the man behind, a popular columnist for, and author of an excellent, …Continue Reading →


Stocking Big Bucks In The Wild: Will It Work?

Posted on: June 20th, 2014

Huge-antlered bucks in very large numbers do not occur naturally, and you can’t change that. The model simulated the removal of deer every year (simulating hunting and natural mortality) to keep the population in the …Continue Reading →


Judge Rules That The Second Amendment Doesn’t Protect Hunting

Posted on: June 20th, 2014

It’s going to be interesting to see if this ruling registers with the gun controllers—my guess is that they’ll ignore it entirely, since it is inconvenient. A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit by …Continue Reading →


HSUS Petitions For Lead Ammo Ban on Public Lands

Posted on: June 19th, 2014

Our old friends at the Humane Society of the United States are at it again. This time the anti-hunting organization is looking to effectively shut down hunting on public land by eliminating the use of …Continue Reading →


IN DEFENSE OF TROPHY HUNTING: Stupidity/Emotion, Not Hunting, Greatest Threat To African Game

Posted on: June 17th, 2014

This is a powerful and irrefutable apologetic in defense of trophy hunting. Please forward this to anti-hunting people who can still reason and hunters who pooh-pooh, for whatever reason, trophy hunting. By Marcus Janseen, Field …Continue Reading →

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New Law Could Protect Hunters from PETA Drone Surveillance

Posted on: June 16th, 2014

Hey PETA doesn’t the E stand for ethical? Where’s yours? As companies like Domino’s Pizza and Amazon explore the use of drones for home delivery services, groups like the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals …Continue Reading →


Is PETA Winning the PR Battle?

Posted on: June 16th, 2014

The good news is that while PETA and other anti-hunting groups may be endearing impressionable college kids and lonely cat ladies, hunters are winning the long-term war. Check it out: It’s been said there’s a …Continue Reading →

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