Hunting News

Jaguar previously roamed Arizona’s Huachuca Mountains Arizona Game and Fish Department confirmed the death of a jaguar that ventured into Arizona for the past two years. The Northern Jaguar Project, a group that protects jaguars, asked the agency for its

Gear up now for the Granddaddy of ALL Hunting Shows…The 2018 Hunters Extravaganza. Kicking off this August in Houston, Texas at the NRG Center, and touring across three Texas cities. Check listings for the city closest to you. This is

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

Letter sent to Senate, House energy committees Thirty-four of the nation’s leading hunting, angling and conservation organizations sent a letter Oct. 5 to Senate and House Energy bill (S. 2012) conferees in strong support of including important provisions from the

Bass Pro Shops Pays $4.5 Billion for acquisition Yesterday Bass Pro Shops ended months of speculation on the future of their former outdoor goods rival, Cabela’s. Bass Pro Shops purchased them outright in a deal worth $4.5 billion, according to

Elk antlers owned by Ernest Hemingway have been returned to his mountain home in Ketchum, Idaho, 52 years later by the wife of Hunter S. Thompson. Thompson, who died in 2005, had stolen them from the home while writing about

More validation that everything’s bigger and better in Texas, dove populations are soaring and the hunting season, which gets underway Sept. 1, is the longest in 80 years. A new 90-day season this fall means hunters will have 20 more

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

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

“The heavy, in some cases record-setting, rains that swamped much of the state this year have been a great blessing to wildlife and the landscape on which those resources depend, fueling explosive growth vegetation that provides crucial food and cover