Starter Kit Bowhunting: Everything You Need to Archery Hunt This Year

So, you want to bowhunt. Welcome. It’s a rewarding — and in many ways a life-changing — pursuit. There is, however, a learning curve. There are several learning curves, actually, the first of which is gear. When I walked into a pro shop to purchase my first bow, I was overwhelmed by all of the equipment options, additional gear required,

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Hunt All Year: Only Newbies And the Gainfully Employed Take a Month Off

There’s a certain sorrow that sets in when hunting season comes to a close. But you don’t have to pack up your camo just because you punched your last turkey tag. Throughout much of the country, invasive species have taken hold. Many of these do immense damage to the environment, destroying habitat and displacing native wildlife. You can help put

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Apply Now: Grand Canyon Bison Hunt Lottery Opens Today

This could be your chance to harvest a Grand Canyon bison. Today, Monday, May 3, through tomorrow, May 4, you can apply through the Arizona Game and Fish Department for a chance at the Grand Canyon’s first controlled bison hunt. Selected volunteers will help park officials reduce the burgeoning bison population by about 200 animals.  “Areas are really taking a

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How To Find and Hunt Military Bases in the United States

Quality hunting, trophy potential, habitat management, and easy access aren’t often associated with military bases, but they should be. Over my 15-year military career, I have lived on and hunted several Army installations. It’s opened my eyes to some amazing hunting opportunities that are right under most service members’ noses. A large number of military bases allow hunting and fishing

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Alaska Might Close Caribou and Moose Hunt to Nonresident Hunters

A new proposal could close two game units in Alaska to caribou and moose hunting for anyone not considered a subsistence hunter. This Friday, April 23, the US Department of the Interior will hold a public information hearing about the proposed closure of Game Units 23 and 26A, which equates to 60 million acres of federal land. If approved, only

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