Dear Friend, They’re fierce, they’re free, and they’re resilient — and their comeback is a stunning conservation success story. Once in danger of extinction, the Bald Eagle has made a spectacular recovery in many areas of the country. That’s thanks to smart protection measures and environmental advocacy by wildlife lovers like you. Adopt a Bald Eagle today and help them keep soaring strong. The challenge still ahead: preserving the habitats this uniquely American bird calls home. Proceeds from your adoptions support Audubon’s bird-saving work from coast to coast. You or your honoree will receive: Lifelike plush that plays a recording of its call when squeezed … Continue reading Fierce, Majestic, and Yours to Adopt: Bald Eagle Adoption 3-16-2016
As of September 7, 2015. Outdoor, Fishing, and Hunting Reports (and weekly calendars) for: * Eagle River, Wisconsin; * Central Wisconsin Lakes AND the Wisconsin River in Wisconsin’s Marathon and Lincoln Counties (near Mosinee and Wausau). *As of September 7, 2015: THIS WEEK’S HEADLINE: * Walleyes, northern, smallmouth, and panfish putting on a good bite, with musky and largemouth hitting fair to good; all in the Eagle River, Wisconsin area. —– * Musky bite heating up, with bass and panfish hitting well; lots of action at bear baiting stations, hopefully meaning a great black bear … Continue reading Northwoods Wisconsin Fishing/Hunting/Outdoor/Calendar/Events Report. September 7, 2015. 8-30-2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New Report Shows U.S. Fishing Participation Rate Holding Steady 2015 Special Report on Fishing offers detailed information on participation by gender, age, ethnicity, income, education and geographic region ALEXANDRIA, VA (July 15, 2015) – Forty-six million Americans, or 15.8 percent of the U.S. population ages six and older, participated in fishing last year according to the 2015 Special Report on Fishing released today by the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) at the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades show (ICAST) in Orlando, Fla. Produced in partnership with the Outdoor Foundation, the report details the state of fishing participation … Continue reading New Report Shows U.S. Fishing Participation Rate Holding Steady 7-3-2015
Safety is cool, hip — and fashionable. And today the Friday look for DNR customer service staffers is business “safety” casual. If you stop in at a DNR Customer Service Center today, you may be served by someone sporting a life jacket. That’s because tomorrow starts National Safe Boating Week, May 18 – 24 — a great week to start the habit of using life jackets. It’s the preventable death that haunts survivors. That’s what National Safe Boating Week is all about – making the life-saving habit of putting on a life jacket every time you board a boat. … Continue reading DNR Customer Service Staff to Wear Life Jackets to Work Today: National Safe Boating Week Starts Tomorrow 5-17-2013
Some have been asking about the arrangements for dad. Instead of just answering each email directly (time), I will send out this post. If you would like, his obiturary is listed in the La Crosse Tribune on this past Monday. The link is http://lacrossetribune.com/lifestyles/announcements/obituaries/byron-p-clements/article_997dc302-5dd7-11e2-9843-0019bb2963f4.html Jennifer did a very nice job and its well worth the read if you have time. The visitation will be at Schumacher Kish at 200 west avenue south, La Crosse WI 54601 Phone is 608-782-1252 This will be from 4 to 7 on this Wednesday with private burial on Thursday morning. Memorials are being sent to … Continue reading Byron Clements Clements Fishing Barge 1-15-2013
Hi there, Dad passed away last night from his battle with cancer. He was a great husband, father, grandfather and advocate for the river we have all come to love. He went quickly and didn’t suffer, as he would have wanted. We are making arrangements and will post them as soon as possible. Thanks to all who have been with us through this whole ordeal. It won’t be the same here at Captain Hook’s or out on the barge without him. He will be sorely missed. Clements Family Continue reading Byron Clements Passes Away From Clements Fishing Barge 1-12-2013
Benelli/Rockcastle Shotgun Championships This Weekend ACCOKEEK, MD (June 26, 2012) – The Benelli/Rockcastle Shotgun Championship begins this Friday, June 29, and will take place over the next three days (June 29-July 1, 2012) at Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, Kentucky. The match will consist of 24 stages and will require approximately 253 rounds of birdshot, 30 slugs and 25 rounds of buckshot to complete. Competitors will be able to shoot in one of three divisions: Open Division; Standard Division and Standard Manual Division. Six stages will take place on Friday, 12 stages on Saturday and six stages on Sunday. … Continue reading Benelli/Rockcastle Shotgun Championships This Weekend 6-26-2012
June 26 : 2012
MidwayUSA Donates $50,000 to NRA Scholarship Program
COLUMBIA, MO – June 21, 2012 – Partnering with other major players in the shooting sports industry, MidwayUSA, the Title Sponsor of the Bianchi Cup, is donating $50,000 to help launch the MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup Scholarship (MBCS) program. This scholarship will be put in place for the 2013 championship taking place in Columbia, Missouri on May 22-25.
“The MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup is one of the greatest shooting championships in the world,” said MidwayUSA President Matt Fleming. “This new scholarship program will provide opportunities for dozens of first-time young shooters to participate in this outstanding event making it bigger and better every year.”
As of today’s date, each scholarship recipient will receive the following:
â€¢ Travel, lodging, entry fees and expense money not to exceed $2,500.00 – provided by MidwayUSA
â€¢ One (1) Colt National Match Grade Gold Cup in 9mm to use – provided by Colt Firearms
â€¢ One (1) belt, One (1) holster, and magazine pouches – provided by Safariland
â€¢ Ammunition for practice and use at the match – provided by Sierra Bullets
â€¢ Two (2) customized and personalized shooting shirts – provided by the NRA
â€¢ Mentoring from a Professional shooter during the Championship (this includes practice time at the practice range and shooting in the same squad)
Tom Hughes, National Manager for the NRA Pistol Department, said, “The 2013 MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup is going to be the best event yet. This scholarship program allows all these companies to combine forces and touch the lives of these young kids in order to help grow the future of the shooting sports.”
To be eligible for the MBCS, applicants must be a college age shooter (ages 18-22) and must be first time shooters of the Bianchi Cup. If you’re interested in applying for this scholarship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Continue reading “MidwayUSA Donates $50,000 to NRA Scholarship Program 6-26-2012″
Gary, Do you hunt and fish, or are you a shooting enthusiast? If so, we need your help! Wisconsin’s proud sporting traditions are deeply ingrained in our culture and heritage. Thankfully, our “Right to Keep and Bears Arms” is enshrined in the state’s Constitution, as well as our “Right to Fish, Hunt, Trap and Take Game.” But don’t be fooled about the radical Left’s desire and commitment to undermine our sporting rights. In fact, Tammy Baldwin, the far left Democrat candidate for the U.S. Senate, voted against Wisconsin’s Constitutional Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Baldwin voted against our … Continue reading Tommy For Senator 6-11-2012
CCRKBA Warns Illinois Gun Owners About SB 1034
BELLEVUE, WA – The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is urging its Illinois members and fellow gun owners to call lawmakers in Springfield and warn them to not allow Chicago lawmakers and the State Police to hijack SB 1034, transforming it into a stealth gun control measure.
The original legislation has been replaced by language designed to severely impair the rights of law-abiding Illinois firearms owners, including new residents to the state. According to our colleagues at the Illinois State Rifle Association’s Political Victory Fund, the legislation as currently written would:
â€¢ Expand the list of disqualifying misdemeanors that would prevent an individual from owning firearms. Under this legislation, something as simple as a shouting match with one’s brother over a football game could result in a revocation of one’s right to own firearms.
â€¢ Allow representatives for the gun prohibition lobby to testify against issuance of FOID cards to individual citizens.
â€¢ Institute a 60-day “waiting period” during which new residents of Illinois would be prohibited from purchasing firearms or ammunition.
â€¢ Require disclosure of your Social Security number to obtain an FOID card.
â€¢ Require immediate notification of a residence change to the State Police, even though a resident has 30 days to change the address on his/her driver’s license. Continue reading “CCRKBA Warns Illinois Gun Owners About SB 1034 5-27-2012″