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  • Holiday Sportsman Show Online Open for Business

    Holiday Sportsman Show is FREE, is Online, Is Open for Business Cash in on Sales, No traffic, No Crowds Sales Benefit to Military Veterans, Youth, Conservation The much-anticipated Online Holiday Sportsman Show is officially open for business. Tour the virtual exhibit halls for fabulous savings from the comfort of your home. With exhibitors in a number of individually labeled halls, selecting ... Read More >
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  • Outdoors Apocalypse, “New Kids” can provide New Leadership

    New Ecology, New Nature, New Adventure New Gear, New Kids…Old Fun in a New Way By Forrest Fisher Summer is warmer and starts earlier, winter is warmer and shorter. We have a longer rainy season each year. Modern generations are convinced that nature is changing.  New forms of fun have evolved to welcome millions of millennials to the outdoors where they escape to thrills ... Read More >
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  • Ice Fishing Tips to Start the Year

    How to be Successful Ice Fishing Fish are Shallow Early in Ice Year Modern Sonar helps to Find & Hook Fish Buck-Shot Rattle Spoon: 1/16 oz for Crappies/Perch, 1/8 or ¼ for Walleye Visit “Fishing the Midwest” Television Show for more! By Bob Jensen There are a few concepts for ice-fishing that are really good starting points. If you’ll practice these concepts, with minor revisions every ... Read More >
  • Hunting Works for America Expands Again, Thanks to NSSF

    Stakeholders educate public and elected officials about importance of hunting Hunter taxes, fees, surcharges fund conservation efforts to benefit wildlife Hunting Works For America program represents more than 1,500 businesses, organizations and associations across 19 states By Bill Brassard NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the trade association for the firearms industry, is proud to announce that the Hunting Works For ... Read More >
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  • 1791 GUNLEATHER Debuts First-Ever HOLSTER Combining CARBON FIBER w/PREMIUM GUNLEATHER

    Next Evolution in Premium Leather Holsters Miami, FL, U.S. – (September 18, 2018) 1791 Gunleather®, innovative manufacturer of premium hand-crafted leather gun holsters and belts, today introduced the next evolution in premium leather holsters. The new “Project Stealth” gun holster series by 1791 Gunleather combines American heavy native steerhide with state-of-the-art flexible carbon fiber for the first-ever holster utilizing a proprietary, ... Read More >
  • Fishing Chautauqua County, NY – as an Outdoor Writer LOOKING TO LEARN

    Lake Erie offers access to schools of giant walleye from May to October Chautauqua Lake provides opportunity for Monster Musky, Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye Local Wineries and Microbrew Houses provide after hour and weather options that are unforgettable By Wayne Brewer Chautauqua County is located in the southwest corner of New York State. Lake Erie is on its’ northern border and Chautauqua ... Read More >
  • Wild turkey: A different twist for a Thanksgiving favorite

    Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday for all who cherish its traditions involving friends, family and food. Some love preparing dishes from recipes that have been passed down through the generations. Others enjoy experimenting with new flavors. An interesting culinary trend is using organic ingredients and serving wild turkey for Thanksgiving is a delicious, clean-eating option.  “Florida’s abundant wild turkey populations can ... Read More >
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  • EPA MERCURY ROLLBACK Exposes Communities, Kids, and Wildlife to Increased TOXIC POLLUTION

    Standards Plan to weaken protection for Americans…Mercury Contamination ROLLBACK Mercury is toxic to children and pregnant women By Casey Skeens Washington, DC: Oct. 9, 2018 — The National Wildlife Federation urged the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to halt moves to weaken standards designed to protect Americans against mercury pollution. The regulatory move, which runs counter to centuries of scientific consensus on the health ... Read More >