Meet Morgan Mason, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers New Armed Forces Initiative Coordinator

Morgan Mason has done a lot. The Kansas farmboy went overseas for the invasion of Iraq as an intelligence analyst with the US Army. After returning home, he bummed around the Rocky Mountains — and Baja, Mexico — hopping between various outdoor jobs. He guided whitewater and flyfishing. As a specialist for Colorado Kayak Supply… Continue reading Meet Morgan Mason, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers New Armed Forces Initiative Coordinator

Report: More Than 80,000 Acres of Public Land Inaccessible to Hunters, Fishermen

More than 80,000 acres of federal, state, county, and municipal public lands in the Mid-Atlantic are inaccessible to hunters and fishermen, according to a new report from onX Maps and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP). The three-state report shows 39,000 taxpayer-owned acres in New York, 27,000 in Pennsylvania, and 14,000 in New Jersey that… Continue reading Report: More Than 80,000 Acres of Public Land Inaccessible to Hunters, Fishermen

Volodin defends hunters to increase the duration of a weapon permit to 15 years

photo: Semina Mikhail The validity of permits for the storage and carrying of long-barreled firearms and pneumatic weapons, used exclusively for hunting, can be increased threefold – from five to 15 years. The corresponding bill was prepared pursuant to the instructions of the State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin and submitted to the Chamber on July… Continue reading Volodin defends hunters to increase the duration of a weapon permit to 15 years