Hunting

By Josh Harendt Last year was an off hunting season for my family and me. I’d made it to a friend’s lease once for a quail hunt, and I managed to get one dove hunt. The season was closing fast,

Conservation of Western big-game winter range and migration corridors Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke signed Secretarial Order 3362, which promotes collaboration between the Department of the Interior and western state fish and wildlife agencies for the conservation of big-game

Hunter takes big buck in Liberty County By Corey Fuller Beep…Beep…Beep. The alarm on my phone went off opening day of rifle season 2016. I jumped out of bed and got in the shower for my de-scenting ritual. I threw

Judge orders poacher to weekend jail-time during hunting season Texas Parks and Wildlife reports a district court judge in Grayson County recently ordered a man convicted of poaching a big white-tailed buck to spend every weekend of hunting season in

Helping The Hungry

Hunters are good at helping the hungry Here’s a little food for thought to share with non-hunters. This infographic breaks down exactly how hunters help feed those who are less fortunate. Do your part this holiday season and beyond. From

Wild cat hunting initiative not yet on ballot The Arizona Game and Fish Commission recently passed a motion in opposition to a proposed ballot initiative that would ban wild cat hunting. The initiative would also restrict AGFC’s management of the

Wild Turkeys 101

Wild Facts About Wild Poultry Wild turkeys are not hard to find – if you look in the right place. National wildlife refuges, managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, are great places to view wild turkeys or find

Wildlife officials believe shed hunting ban would reduce disturbing deer, elk foraging Nevada wildlife officials consider banning shed hunting for a four-month period. The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners met Nov. 3 to discuss the ban. If approved by the

White-tailed deer forecast looks promising, experts say By Will Leschper The deer-hunting forecast in Texas is always good. Even in what the whitetail prognosticators term as “down” or “average” years, we’ve still got the largest population estimate in the country.

The Trophy Experience

TTHA Member shares his own Trophy Experience By Prentice Clemons Year after year of watching my uncles, Jimmy Spivey and Garland Spivey, taking record scoring bucks in North Texas, I was inspired to hunt in Walker County. On Nov. 30,