Posts From Editorial Staff

On Dec. 6, 2014, my 15-year-old son Matthew and I climbed into one of our box blinds at my mom’s ranch with a .243, a pair of binoculars, a grunt tube, and anticipation of seeing an old eight-point buck he

Researchers at Louisiana State University wanted to know if feral hogs threaten water quality. LSU’s Agricultural Center School of Renewable Natural Resources, in conjunction with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, have conducted the research. They’ve learned feral hogs

It’s the hottest time of the year, but hunting season is coming soon. Now is a good time to think about foot care and hunting boots. If your feet aren’t happy, your hunting experience can be miserable. It’s important to

The National Shooting Sports Foundation reports the Delaware Sunday hunting bill has been signed by Gov. Jack Markell into law. The NSSF supported this important bill along with the members and co-chairs of the Delaware Sportsmen’s Caucus. The bill allows

Overlooking the Grand Canyon last Wednesday, multiple sportsmen’s groups met with Sen. John McCain to discuss their opposition to designating the Grand Canyon Watershed National Monument, which would greatly impact access to hunting and fishing, and the Arizona Game and

Texas Trophy Hunters Association showed its support at the annual Texas Big Game Awards banquet held July 15 in San Antonio. TTHA staff, along with staff from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Wildlife Association gathered together to

After more than a decade of working for a new law to limit deer harvesting, South Carolina finally passed one. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley signed Senate Bill S.454 into law on June 8. Lawmakers, wildlife professionals, conservation-minded citizens, and

At the Boone and Crockett Club’s 29th Big Game Awards held this past week at the Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World store in Springfield, Missouri, the Club put the future of conservation on center stage with its second Jack Steele

As wildlife managers in many whitetail-rich states struggle with sinking deer populations and expanding chronic wasting disease zones, an academic study released this week suggests that the escalating number of deer/vehicular accidents in selected Eastern states could be successfully reduced

By U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe announced the agency proposes to expand hunting and fishing opportunities at 13 national wildlife refuges across the United States. This includes migratory bird, upland game, big