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  • NSSF Celebrates President Trump Signing ‘Range Bill

    May 14, 2019
    Dave Barus
    The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the firearms industry trade association, celebrates President Donald Trump’s signing of H.R. 1222, the Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act, at The White House. The President signed the NSSF-priority bill May 10, just two weeks after the bill was passed by Congress. “We deeply ... Read More >>
  • Walleye Trolling Meets Durability and Effectiveness with Mepps®

    May 10, 2019
    Dave Barus
    Mepps Trolling Rig® and Crawler Harness…NEW In eastern basin Lake Erie, most anglers are conventional. They troll with lead core line, deep diving stickbaits and custom made spinner/worm rigs. Who would have ever thought to try a Mepps combination through all the contention with standard convention?  Guess what? They not only ... Read More >>
  • Outdoor Adventure and How-to Lessons for All in Ken Cook’s New Book

    May 9, 2019
    Dave Barus
    Quick-Read Outdoor Stories to Learn From: Fishing, Hunting, Shooting Lessons from Experience: Recipes, Youth Mentoring, Women in the Outdoors Bear, Deer, Rabbits, Squirrels, Birds, Fish, Wildlife, Photography By Dave Barus Old and young alike will love this manifest of outdoor spirit and culture shared by award-winning freelance outdoor writer, Ken Cook, in his new ... Read More >>
  • Deer Management: New York shares a plan for Urban and Suburban Communities

    May 9, 2019
    Dave Barus
    Whitetail deer management in communities where people and vehicles are numerous can result in accidental collision and injury. Many states are trying to understand the best method to employ for better management. In New York, a written plan exists, perhaps a plan that other states might gain benefit from, as ... Read More >>
  • Hunting and Fishing Groups File Final Comments Opposing Clean Water Rollback

    April 25, 2019
    Kristyn Brady
    14 national groups and 70 local affiliate chapters oppose the proposed weakening of clean water standards that would threaten fish and wildlife habitat By Kristyn Brady Today (April 15, 2019), dozens of national, regional, and local hunting and fishing groups submitted final comments on the EPA’s proposed rollback of Clean Water Act ... Read More >>
  • The NED Rig: One of the Most Effective Fishing Baits Ever…here is the story

    April 20, 2019
    Karen Lutto
    Z-Man Project Z ProFileZ: Drew Reese Finesse fishing godfather narrates rich history of the Ned Rig Not a non-sense story tale. Not a fairy tale. This is the story of something you need to know as a fisherman that wants to catch more fish every day. After learning more about this, I ... Read More >>
  • CAMPING in the GREAT OUTDOORS, So Good For Your Soul!

    April 19, 2019
    Larry Whiteley
    Sensible gear to avoid bugs, mice, snakes makes camping lots more fun Choices for a truck tent, comfy pad, pillow and the right sleeping bag  By Larry Whiteley The beauty of nature can easily be missed if you’re not out there camping in our great outdoors. Even if it is cool, cold, rainy, ... Read More >>
  • Giving Back to the Outdoors – 22 Brands Will Raise Funds in Fifth Annual “We Keep It Wild” Campaign

    April 19, 2019
    Dave Barus
    “We Keep It Wild” program set for needed help from Outdoor Industry EVERYDAY PEOPLE Can Support this program through product purchase and donation  Together, we have helped protect 51 million acres, 3,107 river miles, removed or halted 34 dams, purchased 14 climbing areas & designated 5 marine reserves A diverse assortment of 22 ... Read More >>
  • New Firearm Laws Benefit Firearms Industry…the Data Speaks

    April 12, 2019
    Dave Barus
    Firearms Industry Economic Impact Rises 171% Since 2008 Since 2008, federal tax payments increased by 164 percent Pittman-Robertson excise taxes to support wildlife conservation increased by 100 percent State business taxes increased by 120 percent From the National Shooting Sports Foundation®, the firearm industry trade association in Newtown, Connecticut, we learn that the total ... Read More >>
  • Chasing your Dreams…in the 3-D Archery World

    April 4, 2019
    David Gray
    First memory of shooting a bow was at 4-H Conservation Camp After a home burglary, her dad bought Joella an Indian compound bow, history was in the making Today, Joella Bates is an 11-time 3-D Archery World Champion and teaches young people archery skills By David Gray If you follow competitive archery, Joella Bates ... Read More >>
  • These BOOTS are made for Walking, “They Give Me HAPPY FEET”

    April 4, 2019
    Larry Whiteley
    My hunting boots go to church with Me So comfy, I have to Look Down to see if I have them on Life has changed, I have started singing in the Shower…some Boots! By Larry Whiteley I couldn’t begin to count how many different pairs of hiking and hunting boots I have had in ... Read More >>
  • Venison Reuben, from the kitchen of Charlie Killmaster – Georgia State Deer Biologist

    April 3, 2019
    Dave Barus
    Each year that goes by, I search for recipes that are worth sharing because they meet the rules of “Easy-To-Make” and “Delicious-To-Eat.” Charlie Killmaster from Georgia has several great game recipes. Here is one of them and there are more at this site: https://georgiawildlife.blog/2018/12/12/oh-deer-7-venison-recipes-youve-gotta-try/. Ingredients: Venison roast, preferably shoulder/neck, 1 to 3 lbs. Thick-cut ... Read More >>

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