What You Need to Know About Yellowstone Grizzly Attacks and the Future of Hunting Brown Bears in the West

The iconic Yellowstone grizzly bear is charging back into the news — and the halls of Congress.  On April 17, a backcountry guide fishing north of West Yellowstone National Park died after being attacked by an old boar grizzly protecting a cached moose carcass. Charles “Carl” Mock is the eighth person to have been killed by grizzlies in the region

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Everything You Need To Know About Crankbait Fishing

Save 25% on Bass Angler Magazine In this day and age, it is not necessary to fish for food. Nevertheless, fishing is still a hobby that millions of people share. There is a good chance that you are no different. You might enjoy fishing from time to time and you may like eating the fish that you catch. If this

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Black Devil: about black roe

Photo by the author. Almost every European hunter has at least one trophy of roe deer hanging on the wall. As a hunting agent and professional hunter, I spend most of the year with clients abroad, so my trophy collection is mostly made up of African, Asian and American game species. But I am always glad when I manage to

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Thoughts about hunting

PHOTO DMITRY SHANITSYNA Animals, including hunting, is a special, unique component of nature. They are mobile, lead a mostly secretive way of life, have a population structure of species. Their study requires specific methods that are much more complex than in forestry or agriculture. Hunting animals are a rapidly reproducible resource, having a peculiar dynamics, without tracking which (without monitoring)

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