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Sportsmen Since 1967

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Sportsmen Since 1967

June 1, 2024

The .270 Winchester is a hunting rifle worth owning

The .270 Winchester is an icon, an All-American icon, and a touchstone to our 20th century sport hunting tradition. It connects us to our fathers, grandfathers, great grandfathers, and one of the most influential arms and ammunition manufacturers in U.S. history – Winchester. The .270 Winchester is one of the most underrated of the once overrated deer and elk hunting cartridges of all time.

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Glenn Sapir: June is the month to target black bass in New York

June is a month to celebrate, and each day of the month has been set aside for several different celebrations. The honors begin on June 1 with Oscar the Grouch Day and Global Running Day, among others, and go right through the month to June 30, which is National Handshake Day and National Corvette Day. I kid you not.
To me, June, however, is Black Bass Month. One thing special about June is that it contains the longest days of the year. That means fishing for hours after an early dinner.

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Steve Sarley: The common carp certainly has its place among the fun to be had fishing

You set the hook and begin to reel. Whatever is on the other end of your line must be a monster, because it is fighting so hard. You win the battle and bring the fish to the surface. You snatch it from the water. You smile as you hold your trophy up so a quick photo can be taken.
You proudly look at the fish and think, “That’s a real beauty!” Is it really? Beauty is subjective, isn’t it? What if your fish is a carp? Are you still going to proclaim the beauty of that swimming creature? I’d venture a guess that the answer to that question is a loud, “No!”

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Bill would allow body cameras for Pennsylvania Game, Fish deputy officers

New legislation could extend the use of body cameras to deputy game wardens and deputy waterways conservation officers with the Pennsylvania Game and Fish & Boat commissions.
State Sen. Lisa Baker, R-Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming counties, says Senate Bill 1194 protects both the public and the officers. She recently circulated a memorandum asking for cosponsors for the legislation that would authorize deputy game wardens and deputy waterways conservation officers to wear the devices that have so often been in the news in recent years.

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