New Episode Alert: Giant Velvet Mule Deer

New Episode Alert ON THIS WEEK’S EPISODE Troy Spolum battles the heat and terrain in an attempt to harvest his first velvet mule deer buck. Dan Richardson & Mike Fitzgerald share their hit list bucks and take us inside their bowhunting strategy for the upcoming season. WATCH NOW Troy Spolum seals the deal on a great velvet mule deer. Dan Richardson gives us some updates on the bucks he is chasing. Mike Fitzgerald shows us some great trail camera photos. WATCH US ANY TIME ON ANY DEVICE! Hunting Network, LLC, 11964 Oak Creek Parkway, Huntley, IL 60142 Continue reading New Episode Alert: Giant Velvet Mule Deer

Project FeederWatch Starts Soon

September 15, 2017 Dear Friend of the Lab,   Thank you for your support of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. We want to let you know that the FeederWatch season is around the corner! If you love watching backyard birds, Project FeederWatch helps you learn more about them and turns your observations into scientific discoveries. Sign up now to get your research kit and receive a special gift to help you identify some of our favorite visitors: hummingbirds.   Join Project FeederWatch by September 26 and we will send you a gorgeous hummingbird poster as a thank you. The life-like … Continue reading Project FeederWatch Starts Soon

U.S. Compound Men Sweep Individual Medals at World Cup Final

MOSCOW – For perhaps the first time ever, all the U.S. women Trap athletes at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Championship for Shotgun will return home with a medal. The Open Women’s Team won gold – the first team medal for the U.S. in the event since the 1998 World Championship in Barcelona, Spain. The combined total over 75 targets for team members Ashley Carroll, Caitlin Weinheimer and Corey Cogdell-Unrein was 203, which also tied silver medalists Finland and bronze medalists Italy. The tie for the medal positions was broken by the team’s score on the 25 targets … Continue reading U.S. Compound Men Sweep Individual Medals at World Cup Final

New Species Stocked at Utah’s Scofield Reservoir

DWR adopts a new management plan for Scofield Reservoir SCOFIELD — After an extensive public input process, the Division of Wildlife Resources has adopted a new management plan for the fishery at Scofield Reservoir. The plan, which was presented to the Central and Southeastern regional advisory councils in July, includes introducing three new fish species to the reservoir — wiper, tiger muskie and sterile walleye. Scofield Reservoir Placing the three species in the reservoir will give anglers new fishing opportunities and hopefully help fishing remain good for years to come. Scofield’s history For decades, Scofield Reservoir was known as a … Continue reading New Species Stocked at Utah’s Scofield Reservoir

Bass Pro Shops Helps Boy Scouts of America Raise Funds in September with Round up Campaign

For Immediate Release September 1, 2017   Bass Pro Shops helps Boy Scouts of America raise funds in September with round up campaign   ­For the eighth consecutive year, Bass Pro Shops is hosting Boy Scouts of America Month at all U.S. locations this September. Throughout the month, Bass Pro Shops will offer Boy Scouts of America merit badge classes and provide opportunities to raise funds for Scouting projects. Bass Pro Shops customers have the opportunity to donate to the Boy Scouts of America by rounding up their purchase total to the nearest dollar. At the end of the promotion, 50 … Continue reading Bass Pro Shops Helps Boy Scouts of America Raise Funds in September with Round up Campaign

Fall Trout Prep

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fall Trout Prep Gear Up Now For Your Best Fall Ever Summer’s demise signals the approach of some of the year’s best trout and salmon fishing, when browns, ‘bows, brookies, lakers and kokanee head shallow and strap on the feedbag. Depending on your latitude and altitude, the action could be mere weeks away. Which means it’s high time to gear up for the fall reap. To speed your prepping endeavors, veteran salmonid stalker and ace guide Bernie Keefe offers his hit list of must-have tackle, organized by species, for epic fall battles. Kokanee Salmon Late-summer salmon frequent … Continue reading Fall Trout Prep

BHA Launches ‘Public Lands Month’ to Celebrate Great Places to Hunt and Fish

News for Immediate Release Sept. 1, 2017 Contact: Katie McKalip, 406-240-9262, mckalip@backcountryhunters.org BHA Launches ‘Public Lands Month’ to Celebrate Great Places to Hunt and Fish National Public Lands Day is Sept. 30; as hunting seasons begin across the country BHA stands strong in support of American public lands and waters MISSOULA, Mont. – In anticipation of National Public Lands Day, Sept. 30, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers today is kicking off a monthlong celebration of these iconic American lands and waters – and sending an uncompromising message from sportsmen and women regarding the importance of our public lands hunting and fishing … Continue reading BHA Launches ‘Public Lands Month’ to Celebrate Great Places to Hunt and Fish

Florida Snook Season Starts Sept. 1

          | August 30, 2017   The recreational harvest season for snook starts Sept. 1 statewide. Unique to the region, snook are one of the many reasons Florida is the Fishing Capital of the World. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) encourages anglers to use moderation when determining whether or not to take a snook home. When releasing a snook, proper handling methods can help ensure your fish’s survival and the species’ abundance for anglers today and generations to come. To learn more about catch-and-release and the best way to handle a fish, visit MyFWC.com/Fishing and click on … Continue reading Florida Snook Season Starts Sept. 1

An Essential Planning Checklist for the Well-Prepared Hunter

An Essential Planning Checklist for the Well-Prepared Hunter An estimated 14 million adults and youth hunt each year, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Hunters — typically hunting deer, upland game birds, turkey and waterfowl — also contribute significantly to the economy, as they spend upward of $22 billion each year on supplies and equipment, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. If you’ve recently joined this 14 million in your love for hunting, you’ll soon learn that good preparation (including buying all those new supplies and equipment) can make or break a trip. Here’s a checklist … Continue reading An Essential Planning Checklist for the Well-Prepared Hunter