It pays to be vigilant and stop every animal rights group’s move to interfere with professional wildlife biologists and their recommendations regarding the management of wild game.
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There's a standing joke that for years has made the rounds on Virginia's Chincoteague Island that says the mosquitoes on the beautiful island are big enough to saddle.
I don’t know about you, but when Field & Stream Magazine introduces its Annual Best of the Best Awards, I don't put a lot of stock in “battle-tested” (their description) products.
As far as I'm concerned -- and I'm joined by a throng of regular boat operators -- PWCs bring out the worst in some people.
After a recent blog post about black bears, now comes word that a young black bear near Gatlinburg, Tenn., attacked and mauled an 8-year-old boy in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
Trust California to be among the first to come up with a proposal that would give various local jurisdictions the right to govern recreational hunting.
Southwick Associates, the outdoor world's top surveying and polling firm, recently checked on the buying habits and preferences of anglers from every economic strata. It discovered several interesting facts.
As a fellow who's had his share of run-ins with bears, I heartily recommend heeding the recent warnings regarding bruins from the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
Gene has quite a few outdoor tales, and he'll start us off with some from readers and a couple of his own.