Survey research shows that American hunters most often name the meat as their most important reason for hunting, and that number continues to grow.
Fieldsports Channel has revealed Crosman Corporation as the most recognized airgun brand as part of their comprehensive Global Hunting Survey.
Fans of the most-watched upland bird hunting TV show are excited about next season, according to the annual Wingshooting USA viewer survey, the Upland Nation Index.
A survey finds that the average deer hunter is satisfied with the quality of bucks found in the field and is willing to pass up a shot at a small-antlered buck in hope of getting a bigger buck later.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources announced that its 2014 Mast Survey and Hunting Outlook is available online and printed copies will soon be available at DNR offices across the states.
A scientific survey of Minnesota grouse hunters done in 2011 by the Department of Natural Resources sheds some light on this question and other information about their habits, and more.
The ODFW is excited to announce that Matt Bauder has been awarded a brand new Savage .17 HMR rifle for completing a permit designed to help ODFW better manage private hunting lands.
This fall the NGPC and the Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Nebraska will begin a 3 year survey on hunters who use public land.
Southwick Associates announces that while public land access remains a major challenge for many sportsmen, privately owned land provides the majority of opportunity for today’s hunters.
Reasons Include the Recession, the Locavore Movement, and More Women Hunting…
Magazines are still the media source of choice for hunters and anglers, according to the June 2010 HunterSurvey.com and AnglerSurvey.com polls, which showed 44 percent of hunters and 33 percent of anglers use magazines most for information and entertainment.