Monday, June 24th, 2024

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Monday, June 24th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967


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CDC’s new canine import regulations upset dog breeders, owners

The American Kennel Club, as well as some dog breeders and dog owners in the United States and Canada, are none too pleased with new requirements adopted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for bringing dogs into the United States.
The new regulations, which take effect Aug. 1, are a move by the CDC to prevent and deter the importation of dogs – especially dogs from high-risk countries – carrying canine rabies (DMRVV) and other diseases and pathogens that threaten public health.

Five annual food plots to plant now so you can reap the benefits this fall

While the calendar is barely past spring, it is not too soon to plan your food plot strategy for fall. In the planning stages myself, I reached out to a handful of experts I trust for sound advice.
My question: For fall annual food plots, what are your top five? The answers were surprisingly consistent. Here is a summary.

Laser rangefinders — the trusty tool helping hunters make better shots for 25 years

Hey all you hunting and shooting grandpas (even you grandpas-to-be) take it from this grandpa – laser rangefinders aren’t new fangled, high-tech, or unethical. The first successful consumer model came out in 1999.
You don’t have to use a rangefinder to set up for ridiculously long shots you have no business taking. Used correctly, one of these “cheaters” could prevent you from crippling and losing a deer. Wouldn’t you rather know you can hit it than hope you might hit it?

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