Support for hunting remains high among the population, it behooves all of us to reflect upon the successful American conservation model and how we can improve it.
Recently, I took the opportunity to compare results of two completely different styles of ammunition for the enormously popular .450 Bushmaster caliber.
Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources has its hands full with wildlife issues, & accordingly, what follows is a brief outline of some of pro-active measures being proposed…
Saving fawns can be a challenging experience, although success is never guaranteed. But, this time, we beat the odds.
Michigan’s House of Representatives voted 69-39 last week to define wolves as a game species and to authorize the state to designate game species.
Hunter and writer, Glen Wunderlich, give us six tips to remember when preparing your next big buck for the taxidermist.
At long last it’s official: The .22 rimfire ammo shortage is over. If you’ve contemplated introducing a youngster to shooting, the .22 rimfire is a great way to begin…
For hunters that hunt in heavy cover, shotguns loaded with Winchester Varmint X Shotshell can be an ideal choice as either a primary firearm or a close-in option when hunting…
The demand for turkey calls has exploded commensurately with the population of turkeys and that of turkey hunters…
The term “conservationist” has been coopted by groups that desire to promote a sense of hands-off wildlife management that denies the reality of the best wildlife management tool ever… hunting.
It’s past time that we quit protecting the varmints that are helping to reduce our declining deer herd.
A tip of the hat goes to lawmakers who have taken the bold initiative to restore a slice of our rights and to save the hearing of the next generation of American hunters.
Management is a conceptual process, whereby its effectiveness, or lack thereof, is measured in tangible results.
Looking back to the ‘60s, I recall how my friends and I always yearned for a vehicle that would simply start and drive, because we always seemed to be working on whatever we had.
To my amazement, the trees were adorned with numerous bluebirds and house finches – all taking their respective places at the tips of branches gleaming in the waning sunlight,
Charlie took careful aim with his muzzleloading rifle at a December survivor buck only to witness it run off carrying its front leg.
The ever-evolving status of Michigan’s deer herd is showing some very positive results, based on information provided by our DNR.
Unseasonably warm weather for much of Michigan’s regular firearms deer season has prompted hunters to spend more time afield. While it is too early to know how this season stacks up to those in…..
Those of us, who have paid our hard-earned dollars into the system, have had no legal right to know how much of our money has been squandered…
Many states have come a long way reducing the number of hunting accidents. Let’s all build on good, safe hunting tradition…