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Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

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A quick chat with Mark Kenyon of Wired to Hunt

Michigan’s Mark Kenyon isn’t offended if you call him a deer nerd or whitetail geek.
Although Kenyon self-describes as a “passionate deer hunter,” those other labels fit, too. He built his work and career around

A quick chat with Collin O’Mara of the National Wildlife Federation

Collin O’Mara serves as president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), America’s largest wildlife conservation organization with 52 state and territorial affiliates and nearly 6 million hunters, anglers, birders, gardeners, hikers, paddlers, and

A quick chat with big-game hunter Craig Boddington

Craig Boddington, 70, remains one of the best-known big game hunters in the world. He has written over 4,000 published magazine articles on hunting and firearms and has authored 28 books. His writing frequently includes

A Quick Chat with bowhunting great Andy May

Andy May made his way through the marsh this summer to reach a small island that has about three dozen oak trees on it to see which of those trees, if any, are producing acorns.<br

A quick chat with hunting legend Larry Weishuhn

For decades, Texas native Larry Weishuhn has been a household name in the hunting community across many platforms.
For many years, it was his contributions to print media and television for the NRA and former

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