James Edming is a member of the Wisconsin legislature, and a firearms instructor. He is running for reelection in Assembly district 87.
Fourteen more Wisconsin pet dogs have been killed or severely injured. Over several weekends…
Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) hosted its second annual Advisor Academy September 24-25, 2016, in America’s Dairy Land.
The recent killings bring the total number of known pet dogs killed or injured by wolves in Wisconsin in 2016 to 34.
This November, Wisconsin gun owners should return. pro gun candidate, Ron Johnson to the U.S. Senate.
“The Democratic Party has failed and betrayed the African-American community,” Trump told supporters in West Bend, Wis., “It is time to break with the failures of the past”…
That brings the total number of known pet dogs killed or injured by wolves in 2016 to 26 and growing.
Three more Wisconsin pet dogs killed and another injured, all in one week. Wolf lovers blame hunters in comments…
This announcement brings the total number of known dogs killed by Wisconsin wolves in 2016 to 13…
The Wisconsin Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) wrapped up four straight weeks of State Championship competitions on June 26, 2016, at the WTA Homegrounds in the town of Nekoosa.
The Rinehart R100 is headed to Sparta, Wisconsin at the end of the month for what is certain to be one of the top events of the season.
July’s Bird of the Month is the Black Tern (Chlidonias niger). This state-endangered gull-like bird is a long-distance migrant and highly dependent high-quality emergent marsh habitat.
The Greater Wisconsin Outdoor & Sportsman Festival is right around the corner!
Wisconsin spring waterfowl breeding population surveys in 2016 indicate quality waterfowl production, despite relatively dry conditions experienced during the survey.
Anyone interested in trapping or in need of trapper education certification is encouraged to check out the online schedule for trapper education courses.
June’s Bird of the Month is the Golden-winged Warbler. This songbird actually benefitted from widespread clearcutting in the 1800s and early 1900s.
Wisconsin has voted to eliminate the deer hunting backtag after 73 years of use. It is one of many reforms enacted by the State.
Public lands sportsmen are gaining a foothold in the Great Lakes region as Backcountry Hunters & Anglers announces the formation of new BHA state chapters in Michigan and Wisconsin.
Extensive market and sport hunting, along with habitat loss, led to a steep decline in populations of the Upland Sandpiper by the middle of the 20th century.
The new licensing system Go Wild is successfully operating with few to no problems in the trapping department. However…..
Conservatives, Liberterians, and Constitutionalists are winning the culture wars on weapons bans. Recent victories in Wisconsin confirm this.
Last week I sent an email update relaying the final results of SB589 “School Grounds Carry” which did not move forward in the last legislative session because Senator Van Wanggaard…..
Using a new turkey hunting technique results in a successful hunt for a trophy tom turkey in Northern Wisconsin.
As many of you know, the school grounds carry bill, SB589, introduced by Senator Mary Lazich last session did not move forward.
April’s Bird of the Month is the American Bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus).
In year two of elk reintroduction efforts in partnership with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife and a number of other key partners, 39 elk from Kentucky have reached their new home…..
State Rep. Melissa Agard-Sargent (D-Madison) wants Australian-style gun control in Wisconsin and she’s introduced a bill to make that happen.
March’s Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial Bird of the Month is the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis).
In the next few weeks, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will finalize the annual federal waterfowl structure under which states within the Mississippi Flyway may establish waterfowl hunting seasons.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice issues some interpretations of the knife reform law signed by Governor Walker on February 6th, 2016.
Knife Rights’ Wisconsin Knife Law Reform Bill including Knife Law Preemption, AB 142, was signed on Saturday by Governor Scott Walker…
February’s Bird of the Month is the Common Goldeneye (Bucephala clangula).
Wisconsin gun law reform, AB13, goes to Governor Walker. The reform sets up a detailed process for return of firearms to owners when no charges are filed.
Over the past couple weeks thousands of people have reached out to their legislators to ask for support, and find out which state legislators support law-abiding ccl holders and who does not.
As we alerted you last week, gun owners have an opportunity right now to pass a MAJOR IMPROVEMENT to Wisconsin’s concealed carry law … by allowing concealed carry on school grounds for the…..
On Jan. 5, the Wisconsin Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry Committee approved legislation that would allow parents to decide at which age their kids begin to hunt.
On wednesday, Jan. 20th, the NRA e-blasted the following NRA-ILA alert here in Wisconsin…
Knife Rights’ Wisconsin Knife Law Reform Bill including Knife Law Preemption, AB 142, passed unanimously by voice vote yesterday evening in the Senate and is off to Governor Scott Walker for…..
This past summer the Wisconsin Legislature passed a bill (Senate Bill 70, now Wisconsin 2015 Act 23) granting OFF DUTY and FORMER police the right to carry on school grounds AND in school buildings.
The Wisconsin Senate unanimously passes Knife law reform, to place state law in line with the Wisconsin Constitution. The bill now goes to Governor Walker.