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Why Sportsmen Should Vote for Donald Trump

by Mike Schoby 0

The suite in the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas was secure. It had been swept by a Secret Service team… more »

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7 Elephant Facts You’ve Never Heard Of

by Craig Boddington 0

Elephants are one of the mostly widely persecuted animals on earth. And while poaching across the elephants’ range continues to… more »

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The Lion, The Dentist and The Truth

by David Hart 0

His life was threatened, his business ruined and his personal property destroyed. People for The Ethical Treatment of Animals even… more »

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Women Hunters: Just Call Them Hunters

by David Hart 0

You can call Rachel VandeVoort lots of things, but don’t call her a woman hunter. And definitely don’t call her… more »

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Trophy Vs. Meat Hunting: Do You Hunt to Fill the Freezer or the Wall?

by Joseph von Benedikt & Mike Schoby 0

Trophy Hunting Every “meat hunter” is a closet trophy hunter. Many would have you believe otherwise, and some even openly… more »

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The Great Deer Decline: Are the Good Ol’ Days Over?

by David Hart 0

After spending much of the October bow season in a treestand last year, Mike Hicks started to get suspicious. Something… more »

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Market Hunting: Could Game Meat Become Private Industry?

by David Hart 0

Earn-a-buck programs could have an entirely new meaning if a New Jersey legislator gets her way. Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande (R-11)… more »

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The Battle for Sunday Hunting in North Carolina

by David Hart 0

North Carolina legislators in the Senate are poised to vote on a bill that would, among other things, legalize gun… more »

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Dog Eat Dog: Is Competition Among Predators Benefiting Other Game Species?

by David Hart 0

It wasn’t too long ago that Steve Colvin could count on a bountiful fox harvest on his central Virginia trap… more »

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Access Denied: Is Uncle Sam Selling Your Public Land?

by David Hart 4

From 5,000 feet above, the Missouri River Breaks looks as rugged and remote as its reputation. Rolling, treeless ridges drop… more »

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