Often, when I write about gun owner’s rights, I get a number of replies of what I can call nothing other than hate mail. Recently, someone wrote to tell me that I was personally responsible
I’ve said it a thousand times – I love where I live in southern Illinois. I’m a mere 15 minutes away from two of the largest DNR managed properties, Kaskaskia River SWFA and Pyramid State
We are just beginning shed antler season and hope springs eternal that the buck you had been pursuing all season will drop those antlers where you can find them, verifying he made it through the
At one time, there was a thriving domestic retail market for fur in the U.S. The demand for fur at home created a lucrative market for not only mink farms, but trappers as well.
“Effective January 1, 2023, a new Illinois law will allow hunters to use centerfire, single-shot rifles in certain calibers for deer hunting.
Reader-submitted letters to Illinois Outdoor News.
There are a lot of puzzling things about the Illinois spring turkey season – mostly puzzling to turkey hunters up and down the state. The most common question I get this time of year, as
It’s that time of year when we dream of warmer days and spring gardens. Like many households, I spend hours paging through seed catalogs in early January.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis has released economic data for 2021 exhibiting outdoor recreation’s powerful and positive economic impact on the U.S. economy.