Clyde Roberts started hunting to fill his time after he retired 40 years ago. After years of hard hunting he’s finally shot the buck of a lifetime! It is pretty darned inspiring to see this man still able to climb

Letters sent to congressional leadership Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) leaders sent a letter to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (WI) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (CA), as well as a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and

Testing confirms tularemia, also known as “rabbit fever” Authorities warn small-game hunters in Oklahoma about several cases of suspected or confirmed tularemia, including two cases involving jackrabbits at Altus Air Force Base and another case in the Blanchard area. The

Mule deer season opens Nov. 19 in the Panhandle and Southwestern Panhandle, Nov. 25 in Trans-Pecos The forecast for the upcoming mule deer season is excellent. Texas’ mild, rainy spring extended into mule deer country, creating exceptional habitat conditions, according

Final Lifetime License winner will be drawn Dec. 1 There’s still one more chance to win a $1,800 Lifetime Super Combo license from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The final winner will be drawn Dec. 1. Entries must be purchased

How well do you know whitetail subspecies? Did you know that wildlife biologists recognize 38 distinct whitetail subspecies, and that 29 of those are native to North America? The Outdoor Hub has posted an excellent infographic that breaks it down

TPWD Urging Private Landowner Participation Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Private Lands Advisory Committee, in partnership with Texas A&M University Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, wants to understand private landowner needs, preferences, and concerns in operating and managing their land.

ATV accident caused hunter to be impaled The Oregonian reports a hunter who killed an elk became impaled by that elk as he transported it with his ATV. Gary Heeter killed an elk in the Maury Mountains last weekend and

By C.L. Hisey As cold weather approaches and hunting season is near, we begin to prepare for hunting camps. A warm tent or cabin is a great feeling after spending a lot of time in a cold deer stand or

Excerpt from Hunting’s A Family Affair by Trisha Kusenberger…skip to full article HERE She may have taken the big buck herself, but she doesn’t forget about all her support. With hunting season drawing to a close, conversations were already shifting