Re-branded Gander Mountain stores will start opening early in 2018, according to reports. According to a plan released recently by Camping World, which bought out Gander Mountain, 15-20 new Gander Outdoors locations could open by March 31 – the end of the first quarter – with 40-45 more stores possibly opening by the third quarter […]
October 27, 2017
In the ocean, everything’s trying to eat you, so saltwater fish battle hard. They usually taste pretty good, too.
PORTLAND, Ore. — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and five conservation groups have teamed up to offer $15,500 for information about the illegal poaching of a federally protected gray wolf that was shot dead in a national forest in southern Oregon. The wolf, known as OR-33, was being tracked by authorities and is one of at
Populations appear to be increasing, raising questions about what is and what could become cougar country.
PRATT, Kan. — Two 20-year-old Missouri hunters have been sentenced to 60 days in county jail and ordered to pay $18,200 in fines for poaching deer in Kansas. Pratt County Attorney Tracey Beverlin said in a news release that Hunter Bottcher, of Otterville, Mo., and Samuel Hawieson, of Sedalia, also must pay $4,361 in restitution.
SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities say a woman is recovering after an apparent moose attack in Summit County. Two hikers found the woman lying on a trail with her dog early this week. They told authorities a cow moose and her calf were about 20 feet away, with the mother acting aggressively. The hikers got
Says the minimum animal requirement is arbitrary and they can manage the herds using science, adding that starting a hunting season sooner would generate license revenue and hunter spending that could be used to help the elk reintroduction effort.
State wildlife officials are expecting a far better harvest this year. But the isolated reappearance of chronic wasting disease has led the DNR to impose mandatory testing in some areas for the opening weekend.