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Rage has a new broadhead for turkey designed to eliminate the problem of a flopping-then-fleeing gobbler following an otherwise fast and deadly pass-through shot. The new Rage Turkey broadhead features a cut-on-contact tip with a pair of massive Meat Hooks to inflict maximum lethal damage, all while Read More…

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Many of America’s 11 million saltwater anglers are praising a bill filed recently by U.S. Senators Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) that seeks to clear the way for full implementation of a landmark law to raise protections for billfish. Read More…

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To encourage the taking of coyotes from March to August, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is introducing the Georgia Coyote Challenge. Each coyote killed, up to five (5) a month per hunter/trapper, will earn an entry into a monthly drawing for a lifetime Read More…

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The Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation, the Alaska Professional Hunters Association, and two rural Alaskans recently filed suit against the federal government seeking to overturn two Obama-era restrictions governing the management of National Wildlife Refuge and National Preserve lands within Read More…

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A quick-thinking golfer in the US hit life-saving “shots” with his putter when he used the club to save himself from the clutches of a 10-foot alligator. Tony Aarts, a resident of North Fort Myers, Florida, used his Cleveland Golf putter to subdue the alligator that attacked him and Read More…

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Two long-abandoned military buildings in the Florida Keys have recently been harboring something other than the missiles they used to house. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said four pythons, including a nearly 16-foot-long female, were found within the last month at an old missile base at Read More…

Urban development

The early estimates for the Lake Oroville spillway put the damage somewhere around $100 million. If the dam or spillway had failed, the communities downriver would have been washed away. According to Wikipedia, the first post office in Oroville opened in 1854. The city was incorporated in 1906. The Read More…

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The way it works is the older you get the more mature you are supposed to get. That works with a lot of people. I note too among my aging hunter friends that perceptions of hunting accomplishments change too over time. We have actually begun having discussions about how many game animals is enough Read More…

Trash in rural areas

There was once a time when families had respect for nature and what it had to teach. Our ancestors worked the soil, planted the seeds, tended the crops, and then reaped the bounty. They understood that life came from the soil. That way of life is mostly gone. There are people who have love Read More…