National sportsmen’s group critical of move
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — American Outdoor Brands Corporation, a top provider of firearms and products for the shooting, hunting, and rugged outdoor enthusiasts, announced the creation of its new Outdoor Recreation Division to expand the company’s portfolio of consumer brands and products further into the rugged outdoor recreation market. Brian D. Murphy has been hired to serve as president of the newly created division. Murphy…
Texas is home to one chapter of Pheasants Forever, nine chapters of Quail Forever, and over 1,900 members of “The Habitat Organization.”
Scheduled Jan. 13-14 in Emporia, Kan.
According to the company, the cases feature a new exterior look and improved strapping and tie-down systems that offer additional versatility for a wider array of equipment while providing extra strength, security and ease-of-use
While values of most farm commodities have declined lately, elk meat, antlers and bulls raised for penned hunting operations reportedly have all risen
Despite snowy weather, all access ramps expected to be open for New Year’s weekend, with hopes walleye bite also might ramp up
Agency bidding to join efforts to delay action on project
Most hunters were after mule deer, which are rebounding well from recent lows. And although it’s a younger age class of deer right now, hunters reportedly were happy with their opportunities
Marinas throughout the state have taken steps to keep Ohio’s bodies of water clean and healthy for recreational and environmental purposes
The land along this stretch was designated a state critical area in 1976 to protect its scenic, environmental, and economic values
While the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge grabbed the world’s attention, a quieter struggle over federal lands is being waged by those trying to use elections and the levers of government. Their grandparents and great-grandparents wrested a living from the West’s rugged landscape.
Addition of 88 projects brings federal, partner investment to over $2 billion since 2014.
Public land traditions, opportunities and access form the center point of a new alliance.
The name change pertains only to the holding corporation that acquired Smith & Wesson in 2001 and now owns Smith & Wesson Corp., Battenfeld Technologies, Inc., and Crimson Trace Corporation.
Senior Farm Bill biologist recognized for distinguished conservation efforts in Tenn. quail country.
Will address challenges of long-range shooting with seminar.
The USA Rice-Ducks Unlimited Rice Stewardship Partnership educates policy-makers on the importance of rice agriculture and its critical role in supporting millions of migratory birds.
CD3 Stations provide user-focused tools located at the boat ramp to help people clean, drain, dry equipment and dispose of bait and weeds properly.
The 20 projects benefit nearly 9,000 acres of elk habitat and outdoor/sporting enthusiasts in Beltrami, Cass, Clearwater, Douglas, Hubbard, Itasca, Kittson, Marshall, Morrison and Roseau counties.
Transaction benefits Washington’s largest elk herd and is the latest in a series of projects near Mount St. Helens.
According to the CSF and RGS, the two possess resources that, when combined, will advance conservation goals and benefit sportsmen and women at both the state and national levels.
The SSSF has signed a three-year agreement with the Cardinal Shooting Center to hold its annual July championships from 2017-2019.
Includes robust funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act.
With a background in outdoors journalism, Peterson will help lead Outdoor News’ digital expansion.
National Wild Turkey Federation joins forces with Canadian Wild Turkey Federation, which in less than three years has established itself as the new face of conservation in Canada.