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  • Pennsylvania Game Commission to Release Nearly 220,000 Pheasant

    Posted Thu at 3:04 PM by Chris Avena

    Harrisburg, PA -(Ammoland.com)- With small-game hunting seasons set to kick off this weekend, Pennsylvania’s state game lands are being stocked with pheasants in a year what Game Commission officials describe as an excellent year for pheasant production. Nearly 220,000 pheasants will be produ...

  • NSSF, Sands Expo Extend SHOT Show Agreement to 2020

    Posted June 16 by Chris Avena

    To: ALL MEDIA For immediate release June 16, 2014 For more information contact: Bill Brassard 203-426-1320 NSSF, Sands Expo Extend SHOT   Show Agreement to 2020 LAS VEGAS-   The National Shooting Sports Foundation and Sands Expo and Convention Center have followed up the 2014 record-...

  • The Winds of Change

    Posted June 1 by Chris Avena

                                         The Winds of Change By Chris Avena   Our forefathers had the vision to see far into the future to our present day America. They bestowed upon us the basic right...

  • NSSF Issues Statement on 'Operation Choke Point'

    Posted May 29 by Chris Avena

    NSSF Issues Statement on 'Operation Choke Point' NEWTOWN, Conn. -- The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) today issued the following statement: The National Shooting Sports Foundation has been investigating the possible role of the federal government in influencing banks in their lending an...

  • KRISS USA Interview

    Posted May 22 by Chris Avena

  • Dead Ringer Interview

    Posted May 22 by Chris Avena

    We are speaking with Dead Ringer About Their Line of Broadheads

  • Aquatic habitat in North Dakota

    Posted May 21 by Neil Hoefs

    North Dakota Outdoors North Dakota Game and Fish Department Doug Leier   You’ve made your list and are checking it twice, anticipation for fishing is growing faster than your lawn this spring. Current license – got it. Life jackets – check. Next stop, open-water fishing...

  • Minimum length limit for walleyes?

    Posted May 21 by Neil Hoefs

    North Dakota Outdoors North Dakota Game and Fish Department Doug Leier   When you’re talking fishing, it really doesn’t matter where you’re at.   Bait shop, coffee shop, boat landing or campfire, there’s plenty of stories, from forgetting to put the plug in, t...

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  • NEW Search Engine for Guns

    Posted May 20 by Chris Avena

    PRESS STATEMENT  GUNWATCHER - The Ultimate Gun Buying Search Engine May 16, 2014 GUNWATCHER is the ultimate search engine tool for today’s gun enthusiast. You can search for guns that are in stock and go directly to the sellers website. You can compare prices and products directly on t...

  • May 8, 2014, 9:43am Lyme disease prevention tips

    Posted May 8 by Chris Avena

    Posted: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 8:00 am | Updated: 10:19 am, Wed May 7, 2014. 0 comments Forest Lake-area physician Betty Maloney doesn’t think enough attention has been paid to preventing Lyme disease. So Maloney, well-versed on tick-borne illness through close association with the Minnesota ...

  • Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Announces 2014 NRA Show Celebrity Sign

    Posted April 21 by Chris Avena

          Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Announces 2014 NRA Show Celebrity Signings         NORTH CHESTERFIELD, VA., (April 21, 2014) - Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optics is ple...

  • Firearms Industry Economic Impact Nearly Doubles in Five Years

    Posted April 2 by Chris Avena

    Firearms Industry Economic ImpactNearly Doubles in Five Years NEWTOWN, Conn. – The total economic impact of the firearms and ammunition industry in the United States increased from $19.1 billion in 2008 to $37.7 billion in 2013, a 97 percent increase, while the total number of full-time equiv...

  • Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Adds New Sunshade for Riflescopes

    Posted April 2 by Chris Avena

          Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Adds New Sunshade for Riflescopes             NORTH CHESTERFIELD, VA., (March 31 , 2014) - Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optic...

  • CROSMAN OPENS REGISTRATION FOR 2014 NORTHEAST REGIONAL FIELD TA

    Posted March 20 by Chris Avena

    News ReleaseFor Immediate Release    CROSMAN OPENS REGISTRATION FOR 2014 NORTHEAST REGIONALFIELD TARGET CHAMPIONSHIP  ROCHESTER, New York, (March 20, 2014) – Now in its fifth year, the Northeast Regional Field Target Championship (NRFTC) is the country’s...

  • Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Expands CONQUEST HD5 Line

    Posted March 19 by Chris Avena

            Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Expands CONQUEST HD5 Line             NORTH CHESTERFIELD, VA., (March 12, 2014) - Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optic...

  • Facebook vows to crack down on gun sale posts

    Posted March 6 by Chris Avena

    In a dramatic move to satisfy anti-gun groups, the popular social media networks Facebook and Instagram announced today they planned to restrict content they say promotes the illegal sale of firearms. According an announcement sent to Grand View Outdoors by a Facebook spokesman, the socia...

  • ZEISS Expands the TERRA 3X line with 50mm Riflescopes

    Posted February 21 by Chris Avena

    Press Release ZEISS Expands the TERRA 3X line with 50mm Riflescopes NORTH CHESTERFIELD, VA. (February 19, 2014) - Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optics, is expanding its award-winning TERRA 3X riflescope line with four 50mm lowlight models: ...

  • Thomas McIntyre Named ZEISS 2013 Outdoor Writer of the Year

    Posted February 11 by Chris Avena

    Thomas McIntyre Named ZEISS 2013 Outdoor Writer of the Year   NORTH CHESTERFIELD, Va. (January 15, 2014) – Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optics, has named Thomas McIntyre, field editor with Sports Afield and a contributing editor w...

  • Oct 2012, World's Largest Land Mammal

    Posted February 9 by Marti Mace

    October 2012, World’s Largest Land Mammal & Most Dangerous Hunt;   The Tuskless Cow Elephant! By~Marti Mace    The drive down the escarpment into the Zambezi Valley was superb.  Soon we were on our way through the thorn bush, on a drive to camp.  On way we saw a pride ...

  • New York Benefits from Spending by Target Shooters

    Posted January 20 by Chris Avena

        To: ALL MEDIAFor immediate release January 15, 2014 For more information contact: Bill Brassard Jr.203-426-1320 New York Benefits from Spending by Target Shooters   Read the Report View/Download as PDF   View IN...

  • 2013 Year in Review

    Posted December 30, 2013 by Chris Avena

                                              2013 Year in Review   2013 was an eventful year for myself, SeeMeHunt.com and the World Wild Adventure Team. SeeMeHunt.com has hit some new Milest...

  • Four Components of Good Habitat

    Posted December 26, 2013 by Neil Hoefs

    The variables and elements to sustain wildlife through a Midwest winter haven’t changed. Food, water, shelter and space – the four components of good habitat – are all required to varying degrees, depending on the species and climatic conditions. Wildlife management has changed ove...

  • Harvesting a Thanksgiving Turkey

    Posted November 18, 2013 by Neil Hoefs

    Before Butterball, a fat wild turkey taken in fall was the centerpiece of many Thanksgiving tables. This year, honor the holiday’s heritage by playing Pilgrim and hunting a fall bird of your own. The basics to harvesting a Thanksgiving Turkeyaren’t all that complicated, but I’...

  • Hunt for Hope

    Posted November 2, 2013 by Chris Avena

    November 7-10th, 2013   Julie A. Mogenis aka The Judge is partnering up for an awesome upcoming event, hosted by LoneStarRanch of Harper, Texas. Mrs. Bambi Harrell has an amazing story of overcoming adversity and found The Judge’s “Day in the Life” video and was inspired by ...

  • ZEISS Wins Petersen’s Editor’s Choice Award for TERRA 3X Rifle

    Posted October 8, 2013 by Chris Avena

          ZEISS Wins Petersen’s Editor’s Choice Award for TERRA 3X Riflescopes NORTH CHESTERFIELD, Va. (October 7, 2013) – Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optics has won the 2014 Annual Petersen’s Hunting Ed...

  • ZEISS Extends Offer for Free Custom Ballistic Turret With Purch

    Posted October 2, 2013 by Chris Avena

    ZEISS Extends Offer for Free Custom Ballistic Turret With Purchase of Select CONQUEST HD5 Riflescopes     NORTH CHESTERFIELD, Va. (October 1, 2013) – Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of high performance sports optics is...

  • Labor Day Sale www.clearvaluedeals.com

    Posted September 2, 2013 by clearvaluedeals

    Happy Labor Day everyone from Clear Value Deals!!! To show how much we appreciate all of your service to this country we are giving away $500 of coupons to you America's backbone! To claim your coupon code please go towww.clearvaluedeals.com and enter the code: "LABOR" at time of checkout ...

  • Labor Day Sale www.clearvaluedeals.com

    Posted September 2, 2013 by clearvaluedeals

    Happy Labor Day everyone from Clear Value Deals!!! To show how much we appreciate all of your service to this country we are giving away $500 of coupons to you America's backbone! To claim your coupon code please go towww.clearvaluedeals.com and enter the code: "LABOR" at time of checkout ...

  • Garmin(R) Enters the Action Camera Market with Compact, Waterpr

    Posted August 21, 2013 by Chris Avena

        Garmin(R) Enters the Action Camera Market with Compact, Waterproof, Easy-to-use HD Cameras, VIRB™ and VIRB Elite™   OLATHE, Kan./ August 20, 2013/Business Wire—Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in s...

  • The Good Hurt

    Posted July 30, 2013 by Neil Hoefs

    I’ve spent the past two weekends in the thickest, nastiest, aspens I could find. Pushing through pines so dense that I couldn’t see an inch in front of my face. My elbows are scratched and stuck with tiny bits of thorns. My knee is swollen with a bruise the size of a baseball. It’s...

  • Krieghoff International Teams With Hunters

    Posted July 30, 2013 by Chris Avena

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 30th, 2013   Krieghoff International Teams With Hunters, Boy Scouts In Fundraiser Shoot    Washington, DC – Safari Club International Foundation (SCI Foundation) and the Boy Scouts of America Foundation (BSAF) will host their second a...

  • SCI Takes Battle Over Polar Bear Imports to the U.S. Supreme Co

    Posted July 30, 2013 by Chris Avena

        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 29, 2013   SCI Takes Battle Over Polar Bear Imports to the U.S. Supreme Court   Washington, DC – Safari Club International (SCI) today filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the Court to overturn the U.S. Fish and Wildl...

  • Midland Goes World Wild.....

    Posted June 24, 2013 by Chris Avena

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  • The Future of Fishing

    Posted June 19, 2013 by Neil Hoefs

    Doug Leier   Recently a friend asked me how I see fishing in the future.   Since my approach to fishing probably fits more in 1983 than 2013, and for sure what fishing may be like in 2033, I really struggled to envision the way fishing would look years from now. And some days the fi...

  • Best Pump Shotguns Under $500

    Posted June 16, 2013 by Neil Hoefs

    by Curtis Niedermier   A pump shotgun is like your old hunting truck. It might not be fancy. It might not have a lot of frills. But when you turn the key, it always gets the job done. That’s why many hunters have chosen a pump shotgun as their first shotgun, and it’s why many...

  • OutdoorFree - Free Classifieds

    Posted June 11, 2013 by Neil Hoefs

    Since October, 2012 a website has existed to help people sell their sporting goods. The idea originated when I grew frustrated trying to search through the broad category of "Sporting Goods" on Craigslist. Then add to the frustration of not being able to list guns or ammo on there...well, you can bu...

  • Gunny Joins the World Wild Adventure Team

    Posted June 5, 2013 by Chris Avena

      Gunny Joins the World Wild Adventure Team                    Drop & Give Me 20!     Judge Julie Mogenis determined to maintain   the hot show branding momentum has begun to launch some big surprises&...

  • Here Comes the Judge!

    Posted May 20, 2013 by Chris Avena

                                              PRESS RELEASE"Here comes the Judge" and she is coming back with a vengeance! Judge Julie Mogenis has wasted no time with filling up her dance card. Since...

  • Father, son sentenced to prison for rhino horn trafficking

    Posted May 16, 2013 by Chris Avena

    Father, son sentenced to prison for rhino horn trafficking A father and son have been sentenced to prison in a rhino horn trafficking case. Above, federal wildlife agents seized more than $2 million in cash, gold bars and precious stones, along with rhino horns, hoofs and other body parts, whil...

  • NSSF Statement on Management of the SHOT Show

    Posted May 10, 2013 by Chris Avena

    NSSF Statement on Management of the SHOT Show® The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, today announced that it has reached an agreement with Reed Exhibitions to terminate the agreement the parties had for the management of the SHOT Show&r...

  • BREAKING NEWS!!

    Posted April 30, 2013 by Chris Avena

                                             BREAKING NEWS   Judge julie Mogenis has received som...

  • Sportsmen’s Organizations Defend the Scientific Delisting of th

    Posted April 30, 2013 by Chris Avena

        Sportsmen’s Organizations Defend the Scientific Delisting of the Western Great Lakes Wolf Populations April 29, 2013 Washington, D.C. – Hunters and advocates for sustainable wildlife management are joining together to fight a legal challenge to the delis...

  • Minister calls for shoot to kill policy in Botswana

    Posted April 30, 2013 by Chris Avena

      Minister calls for shoot to kill policy in Botswana   Posted by Deborah Schrenk (campaign founder)   The Deputy Speaker of the Botswana Parliament, Pono Moatlhodi, has called for the immediate introduction of a shoot to kill policy to tackle poachers targeting rhino and e...

  • The Safe Act Aint So Safe

    Posted April 25, 2013 by Chris Avena

    There is a section of the Safe Act that States -   A gun owner may put 10 rounds in the magazine of a Semi- Automatic Rifle or Hand Gun during a competition or at the Shooting Range BUT - it is illegal to put 10 rounds in the magazine of the SAME GUN in their home EVEN if their life is in Da...

  • NRA to run Harrisburg outdoors show next year

    Posted April 22, 2013 by Chris Avena

    NRA to run Harrisburg outdoors show next year 4/16/2013   The NRA said the nine-day event, to be held at the Farm Show Complex, will be called the Great American Outdoor Show.   HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The National Rifle Association said Tuesday it was selected to run a...

  • 140 pound mountain lion captured in LA-area neighborhood

    Posted April 19, 2013 by Chris Avena

    140 pound mountain lion captured in LA-area neighborhood 4/11/2013   A large mountain lion found wandering through backyards in the Glendale area has been tranquilized and captured.   GLENDALE, Calif. (AP) — A large mountain lion found wandering through backyards in the Gl...

  • NY Gun Confiscation Underway – Citizens Told to Turn in Pistol

    Posted April 9, 2013 by Chris Avena

    NY Gun Confiscation Underway – Citizens Told to Turn in Pistol Owner ID & Firearms Manasquan, NJ --(Ammoland.com)- Remember all those who denied that firearms confiscation as a result of New York’s new gun laws was too “insane” to even consider? That it was strictly i...

  • The Rhino Debate - Where is the Plan?

    Posted March 1, 2013 by Chris Avena

    AFRICAN  INDABA    The Rhino Debate - Where is the Plan?  With over 4.800 black rhino and close to 21,000 white rhino in Africa, there is the potential to harvest up to 20 tons of rhino horn per year.    A comprehensive report, A Study on the Dehorning ...

  • The Green Hunt

    Posted February 27, 2013 by Chris Avena

    By Chris Avena   Social media has become a large part of our every day lives. There is a type of social media for every type of interest. Now, social media has crept into the outdoors. Less than two years ago I launched SeeMeHunt.com, the interactive social network for hunters. It is a social...

  • NSSF Postpones Shooting Sports Summit

    Posted February 25, 2013 by Chris Avena

    To: ALL MEDIA For immediate release February 25, 2013For more information contact: Bill Brassard Jr. 203-426-1320   NSSF Postpones Shooting Sports Summit   NEWTOWN, Conn. -- The National Shooting Sports Foundation's Shooting Sports Summit, set for June 10-12 in Springfield, Mass., ...

  • Firearms Owners, Industry Not the "Bad Guys," Says NSSF Preside

    Posted February 21, 2013 by Chris Avena

    Firearms Owners, Industry Not the "Bad Guys," Says NSSF President Steve Sanetti in PBS Frontline Interview NEWTOWN, Conn. -- In an extended interview with the PBS Frontline program, Steve Sanetti, president and CEO of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, emphatically says that the nat...

  • The Green Hunt

    Posted February 19, 2013 by Richard Baroniunas

    Read the following story about Chris going on a wild hunt for Rhino! Click Here!

  • New York Peace Officer On Commitment And Oath

    Posted February 19, 2013 by Chris Avena

    Hilham, TN --(Ammoland.com)- This letter, from a Saratoga County, New York, Deputy Sheriff speaks of honor, commitment, and respecting any Oath you take. It was sent to Glenn Maine, one of our State leaders. It is placed here with the author’s permission. What would you say to your chil...

  • DICK ACT of 1902 . . . CAN'T BE REPEALED (GUN CONTROL FORBIDDEN

    Posted February 2, 2013 by Chris Avena

    DICK ACT of 1902 . . . CAN'T BE REPEALED (GUN CONTROL FORBIDDEN) The Trump Card Enacted by the Congress Further Asserting the Second Amendment as Untouchable The Dick Act of 1902 also known as the Efficiency of Militia Bill H.R. 11654, of June 28, 1902 invalidates all so-called gun-control laws. It...

  • Recipe - Elk Burgers

    Posted February 1, 2013 by Mia Anstine

    Recipe – Elk Burgers by Mia Anstine A favorite recipe. You can also substitute beef, deer or other game meat if you do not have elk available. Let me know how you like them. Ingredients: 1/2 C – diced onion 1 Tbsp – vegetable oil 1 tsp – ...

  • Do you dare to be "different"?

    Posted January 30, 2013 by Mia Anstine

    Do you dare to be “different”? by Mia Anstine What are your thoughts on the direction society has headed? What do you think about the new "normal"? I do not generally post religious material, but this post in my morning news letter really got me to t...

  • Organizer postpones big Pennsylvania gun show

    Posted January 25, 2013 by Chris Avena

    Organizer postpones big Pennsylvania gun show Yamiche Alcindor, @Yamiche, USA TODAY10:45p.m. EST January 24, 2013   (STORY HIGHLIGHTS) Reed Exhibitions plans to reschedule the event Glendale, Calif., may ban guns and gun shows on city property The region where the show was sup...

  • Hunting in America: An Economic Force

    Posted January 24, 2013 by Chris Avena

    Hunting in America: An Economic Force January 17, 2013 By Bill Brassard    National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) released two new reports today documenting the importance of sportsmen’s activities in America. NSS...

  • NSSF Statement on the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show

    Posted January 24, 2013 by Chris Avena

    NSSF Statement on the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show January 24, 2013 By nssfnews   We have just learned that Reed Exhibitions has decided to postpone the 2013 Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show. In the days following Reed Exhibitions’ announcement that modern sporting rifles wou...

  • TenPoint Crossbows supports 2nd Amendment Rights

    Posted January 23, 2013 by Mia Anstine

    TenPoint Crossbows supports 2nd Amendment Rights with NRA membership by Mia Anstine I am proud to represent a company that stands for so much. Yesterday Rick Bednar, CEO of TenPoint released this statement which is not about what type of bow should be used in wh...

  • A favorite in the blind or at the range

    Posted January 22, 2013 by Mia Anstine

    A favorite in the blind or at the range – Winchester® Ammunition’s AA® TrAAcker™ by Mia Anstine In visiting with other instructors, shooters and outdoor enthusiasts post SHOT Show I have been asked the same question numerous times. "Wha...

  • Mia at the Range

    Posted January 15, 2013 by Mia Anstine

    Media Day 2013 – Mia at the range by Mia Anstine Brutal. That is how I would describe Media Day yesterday. Range day was, as always, run professionally and the suppliers were great. The weather just wasn't cooperative. I hear it was 32 degrees, but the win...

  • Bank of America - The Un-American Bank

    Posted January 10, 2013 by Chris Avena

    Bank of America – The Un-American Bank   By Chris Avena, President of SeeMeHunt.com     Is Bank of America The Un-American Bank? Only a few short months ago Bank of America severed their business relationship with McMillan Firearms because they were a gun manufacturer. As m...

  • Today

    Posted January 8, 2013 by WomenHunt Too

    I have not wrote a blog since my son died at the end of October but God is telling me loud and clear that someone, somewhere needs to read this. So I am.   Today was a day filled with trying to cram into to much stuff, places and errands done in one day. Since my sons death, normally my pace ...

  • Elk Hunting - What a Trooper

    Posted January 4, 2013 by Mia Anstine

    What A Trooper by Mia Anstine One of my favorite things is how excited a hunting client gets when he puts meat in the freezer. Here is a story from a few years ago that is one of my favorites! We took my friend's 83 year old grandfather hunting for his private land...

  • Mia & the Little Gal: Planning 2013

    Posted January 2, 2013 by Mia Anstine

    Mia & the Little Gal: Planning 2013 by Mia Anstine We've been working on some more adventures, but when are we not?! The Little Gal and I had a fantastic 2012 and are looking forward to an even better 2013. You are following our adventures over at the Women's Ou...

  • Tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut

    Posted December 15, 2012 by Chris Avena

    I know that Many - Including myself are in disbelief of the senseless shooting of those innocent children yesterday. I cringe at the thought that - what if it was my kid. It is a terrible thing and as a parent - my heart goes out to the parents who lost a child at the hand of this misguided individu...

  • Live rehearsal with conceal carry

    Posted December 8, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Live rehearsal with conceal carry by Mia Anstine I was just at my local gun store and the clerk said their gun sales have been at a record high. He said that conceal carry are at the top of the customer's wanted list. I hope carry & self defense courses are at a...

  • Predator Call - the Mini Phantom

    Posted December 6, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Predator Call – the mini Phantom by Mia Anstine It's that time of year again. Just after big game is done, and predator hunting takes full effect. I thought I better share this one again. We are still using (enjoying) this call and demo-ing another which I...

  • Should I be sad

    Posted December 5, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Should I be sad – Looking at search engine terms by Mia Anstine Do you happen to have a blog? Do you ever look to see what search engine terms people type in that refer them to your site? Well I just did, and I am appalled. The top referer today is "who is the old...

  • Playground Buck

    Posted December 2, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Playground Buck by Mia Anstine It's been a fun weekend. LG and I were pretty busy, but it seemed everywhere we went there were mule deer. She practiced volleyball with a friend at our local park, and these deer didn't even give she or her friend a second look. C...

  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Posted November 22, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    From all of us – Happy Thanksgiving by Mia Anstine We hope you were lucky enough to harvest your turkey dinner. What is your favorite, most amazing recipe? Share it with us! It has been an excellent year and we are very thankful for each an every blessing....

  • Recoil - Reducing shooting flinch

    Posted November 21, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Recoil – Reducing shooting flinch by Mia Anstine In sighting in my Little Gal's rifle for her elk hunt I noticed she had developed a flinch. She was anticipating the recoil when shooting her rifle. It was significantly decreasing her shooting accura...

  • THANK YOU Veterans

    Posted November 11, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    THANK YOU Veterans by Mia Anstine I woke up this morning and contemplated a new blog post. As I sat here, sipping my coffee, I remembered why I started writing my blog, and who I started writing for. I began my blog to share stories. I shared those stories with ...

  • The Sportsmen's Act

    Posted November 8, 2012 by Chris Avena

    Legislative Alert Sportsmen's Act Will Soon Face A Vote NSSF Urges Calls to Your Senators As the 112th Congress begins its post-election session, NSSF encourages all firearms owners, hunters and sportsmen to call or email their U.S. Senators and urge them to vote YES on the Sportsmen's Act (S. 35...

  • Don't be afraid - Be educated (Kids and Firearm Safety

    Posted October 26, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Don’t be afraid – Be educated (Kids and Firearm Safety) by Mia Anstine I feel all families should teach their children about firearms. Whether you intend to own one or not! What if your child comes across a firearm or visits another friend's home whe...

  • Opportunity for a 2012 archery elk

    Posted October 25, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Opportunity for a 2012 archery elk by Mia Anstine If you didn't draw a license or didn't get an elk in the state you were hunting, there is still a chance for a 2012 elk. New Mexico Department of  Game and Fish published this newsletter earlier this week. New Mexic...

  • Key to a Successful Hunt

    Posted October 22, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Key to a Successful Hunt: practice shooting positions by Mia Anstine One cause for a hunter or huntress to not succeed in harvesting their animal is lack of practice. In hunters education, they teach us the four basic shooting positions, but it seems when we go to ...

  • Shooting Safety - Nothing to joke about

    Posted October 18, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Shooting Safety – Nothing to joke about by Mia Anstine NEVER USE ALCOHOL OR DRUGS WHILE HANDLING A FIREARM I tend to be a jokester. I like to make light of a lot of things. However, the people who are close to me know very well there are things I do NOT jo...

  • HUNTING AND HOLIDAYS

    Posted October 16, 2012 by Hunting and Holidays

    In HUNTING HOLIDAYS we make the dreamed hunting day a reality, we organize it with the utmost care, guarantee, reliability and confidentiality. We hunt in the best and most prestigious private and state areas of Spain. Our team is formed by professionals with extensive and proved experience in thi...

  • HUNTING AND HOLIDAYS

    Posted October 16, 2012 by Hunting and Holidays

    In HUNTING & HOLIDAYS we make the dreamed hunting day a reality, we organize it with the utmost care, guarantee, reliability and confidentiality. We hunt in the best and most prestigious private and state areas of Spain. Our team is formed by professionals with extensive and proved experience in t...

  • Hunting, Fishing and Camping are my Therapy

    Posted October 15, 2012 by WomenHunt Too

    It takes away all the nuisances of the day. It filters out the garbage that I don't need in order to live a healthy, somewhat, normal life. If they weren't in my life, I often wonder where I'd be. Things wouldn't fall into place and my days would be more chaotic. It transcends my spirit and makes th...

  • From a mountain top I am connected to all things

    Posted October 13, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    From a mountain top I am connected to all things by Mia Anstine Time to catch up. I've been up on top of the world for quite a few days. It's a place I love. If you've been "On top of the world" you know what it feels like to be so close to the Heaven's. Alwyn T...

  • Hunting_Links

    Posted October 11, 2012 by ryanabyler

    Bug out bag - We sell all of your product needs for Ammunition, Gun Gear, Shooting Supplies, and Discounted Weapons Accessories.

  • Bow hunting for deer opens in New York Southern Zone

    Posted October 4, 2012 by Chris Avena

    Bow hunting for deer opens in New York Southern Zone By Grandview Outdoors 10/2/2012   A regulation change adopted by the Department of Environmental Conservation moved the opening date of archery season.   ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Bow hunting for deer in New York's Southern Zon...

  • Lady Hunters: THE HUNT IS ON for the 2012 PROIS AWARD WINNER!

    Posted September 25, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Lady Hunters: THE HUNT IS ON for the 2012 PRÓIS AWARD WINNER! by Mia Anstine Ladies, take a minute. This is your chance to share what you do in the outdoor world and win!!! THE HUNT IS OFFICIALLY ON FOR THE 2012 PRÓIS AWARD WINNER! Send Your Story ...

  • The Green Rhino

    Posted September 4, 2012 by Chris Avena

    By Chris Avena   There was a time when the Rhino roamed the plains of Africa in vast numbers. However, since the 1970’s, the worlds rhino population has been reduced by approximately 90% due to poaching. Poachers would hunt the rhino just for their horn. There is no scientific evidence ...

  • I Dreamed of Africa

    Posted September 4, 2012 by Chris Avena

                                          I dreamed of Africa For as long as I could remember, I have always dreamed a...

  • 2012 North Dakota Game & Fish PLOTS Guide

    Posted September 2, 2012 by Neil Hoefs

    http://www.uplandgameadventures.com/?p=3102

  • TANZANIA HUNTING

    Posted September 2, 2012 by Carl Strauss

    TANZANIA: Africa's ultimate hunting destination. Eelephant, Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Sable, Roan, Gerenuk, Oryx, Crocodile, Hippo and many more species available. Combine your hunt with a safari to Serengeti National Park to see the wildebeest migration, Ngorongoro Crater, Mount Kilimanjaro and Marl...

  • Book Review: The Scent of Fear by Tom Adair

    Posted August 30, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Book Review: the Scent of Fear by Tom Adair by Mia Anstine Recommended I have always enjoyed reading, but if a book doesn't catch my attention from the start, it may take me months or even years to read. It took me just two days to read the Scent of Fear by...

  • Excellent Show: Skull Bound TV

    Posted August 30, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Excellent show: Skull Bound TV by Mia Anstine My weekdays are primarily shared between the Little Gal and work so on the weekend I do my best to get outdoors. I don't watch TV often, but last winter I did get to catch an episode of a friend/fellow Prois Staffer'...

  • Zimbabwe Hunt - August 2012

    Posted August 27, 2012 by Theo Verster

    It is 12:20 pm August 1 2012, Harare Airport, Kevin and I waiting for our dear friend’s aircraft to land. Dakota McArtor is flying in on a connection flight from South Africa from the States; he is joining us on a 14 day hunt. Finally he is at ZIMRA’s desk clearing the Rifle; great is th...

  • Lion Hunt - Zimbabwe

    Posted August 27, 2012 by Theo Verster

    TDK Safaris still have the following available in Zimbabwe. Male lion Buffalo Combo hunt Day rate $1500.00/day 18 days minimum 1x Male lion @ $10000.00 trophy fee 1 x Buffalo @ $3300 trophy fee And   Leopard/Buffalo Combo hunt Day rate $1350.00/day 15 days minimum 1x Male Leopard...

  • Not smelling pretty but happy to be Scent Free with HerCAMOShop

    Posted August 23, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Not smelling pretty, but happy to be Scent Free with HerCAMOShop products by Mia Anstine Earlier this summer Hank, the Little Gal and I drove a giant loop through the south to hunt in Oklahoma and Alabama. We hunted with friends while in Oklahoma, and with Rack Nine Out...

  • Learn to hunt, fish and shoot - In Albuquerque

    Posted August 15, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Fun day in Albuquerque: learn to hunt, fish and shoot by Mia Anstine This sure sounds like a lot of fun! If you are in the area. Be sure to take your kids. Don't pass it up. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, AUG. 14, 2012: FREE FUN! LEARN TO HUNT, FISH, SHOOT AND MORE AT O...

  • See what Mia & the Little Gal have been up to: "Helping a first

    Posted August 14, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Mia & the Little Gal at the WON: “Helping a first time shooter” by Mia Anstine A NEW POST IS UP AT THE WON! SEE WHAT ELSE WE'VE BEEN UP TO!!!www.womensoutdoornews.com Mia & The Little Gal: Helping a first time shooter We shoot quite often and it...

  • Choosing a hunting rifle for the lady

    Posted August 13, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Choosing a hunting rifle for the lady by Mia Anstine I've been asked a number of times what hunting rifle would be best for a lady. Husbands call, text or write and ask what rifle they should purchase for their wives. First and foremost, I think you should assess what t...

  • Youth Encouragement licenses, New Mexico

    Posted August 4, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    New Mexico offers Youth Encouragement licenses to resident and non-resident hunters by Mia Anstine Good morning. I was just taking a moment to catch up on email and news letters that are sitting in the InBox waiting for me. I had to share this one because it is ...

  • Bear hunting excitement

    Posted July 30, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Bear hunting excitement by Mia Anstine I'm getting excited for bear hunting. It is one of my favorite hunts... Wait, they're all my favorite right?! I love hunting, and I love the outdoors. With anticipation of the upcoming season I want to share ...

  • Preparing for a bear hunt

    Posted July 28, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Preparing for a bear hunt by Mia Anstine Many of us are preparing for our fall hunts. I am, the Little Gal is and so is the team at Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc., (WCO). This week we did some preparing with a new friend. We are proud to donate a hunt for...

  • A New Mia & the Little Gal post up at the WON

    Posted July 27, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Mia & the Little Gal: Adventure Camp post up at the WON Posted on July 27, 2012 by Mia Anstine Guess what?!A new post is up at the WON. Head over there and let us know what YOU’VE been doing this summer. Mia & The Little Gal: A very special adventure camp July 27, 2...

  • 6th Annual Special Needs Horseback Ride

    Posted July 25, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    6th Annual Special Needs Horseback Ride by Mia Anstine I am proud to be a part of WCO, Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. We feel it is important to give back to the community. We offer a horseback ride each year to the Special Needs children of our community. This yea...

  • What is Next for SeeMeHunt.com

    Posted July 19, 2012 by Chris Avena

    What’s Next for SeeMeHunt.com    On Wednesday July 18, 2012, Chris Avena, the President of SeeMeHunt.com was invited by Professional Hunter and retired Judge Julie Mogenis to join the pro-staff of her latest TV Show “World Wild Adventure”, which airs on Fox Sports on Sa...

  • Making Dreams Come True - Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. & Flexibl

    Posted July 17, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Making Dreams Come True – Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. & Flexible Flyers take disabled boy whitewater rafting by Mia Anstine Here at Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. July is a month of "Giving back" to others. We were happy to participate in the Jicarilla 4-H&nb...

  • WCO - 2012 Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp

    Posted July 14, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    WCO – 2012 Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp by Mia Anstine Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. was proud to be a part of the annual Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp in Dulce, New Mexico. The camp is offered to kids in hopes to uplift them as well as the community. The tribe has a...

  • North Dakota Pheasant Crowing Counts Up

    Posted July 12, 2012 by Neil Hoefs

    Pheasant Crowing Counts Up North Dakota’s spring pheasant crowing count survey revealed a 10 percent increase statewide compared to last year. All four pheasant districts showed an increase compared to last year. The number of crows heard in the southeast increased by 12 percent, northwest b...

  • The Beginning Pt.2

    Posted July 8, 2012 by Shelly Kruger

    Everybody's first tagged kill is something to be remembered for a lifetime. I remember my first kill like it was yesterday. With the help of my encouraging husband Chris,  I had previously overcome a very strange fear to firearms and shot a rifle for the first time in my life. I felt so empower...

  • The Beginning

    Posted July 7, 2012 by Shelly Kruger

    It wasn't until about 9 years ago that I began hunting. Growing up hunting was a man's sport, mainly for meat. My own father went hunting only every 2-3 years for a doe just to fill our freezer. He usually set out for his hunt in the morning and was back within a couple of hours where I assisted and...

  • Bowfishing - A new huntress

    Posted July 7, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    A great day of bow fishing and a new huntress added by Mia Anstine We left in the late morning with a friend and his wife. We set out for a day of bow fishing at the lake. As we floated away from the marina I gave our friend a bow and explained to him the j...

  • Bowfishing - Sharing the fun with friends

    Posted July 6, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Bowfishing – Sharing the fun with friends by Mia Anstine Hank and I invited one of our friends and his wife to come to the lake with us for an afternoon of challenge and fun. Our friend is a very successful archery hunter and had never had t...

  • Become Part of Our Pro-Staff!

    Posted July 4, 2012 by Chris Avena

    Do you have a Passion for the Outdoors? Do you Live to Hunt? Become a Member of the SeeMeHunt.com Pro-Staff. SeeMeHunt.com is Looking for 2 Men & 2 Women to be part of our Pro-Staff    To Apply --   -Tell us in approx 200 words why we should choose you for Our Pro- Staff -Give us...

  • SHOT Show - Franchi Affinity

    Posted July 2, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    SHOT Show – Franchi Affinity by Mia Anstine Hank & I attended SHOT Show last winter in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is an outstanding show with so many exhibitors, it is always exciting to see. My most memorable experience of the trip was the day prior to the sho...

  • Shooting safety tip - June 2012

    Posted June 28, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Shooting safety tip – June 2012 by Mia Anstine As an instructor and mentor to new shooters I notice things shooters are doing. One thing that I notice on every firing line, video, television show and movie is where the shooters trigger finger is. Keep...

  • Mia & the Little Gal: Summer vacation at the Women's Outdoor Ne

    Posted June 20, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Mia & The Little Gal: Summer vakay the outdoor way June 20, 2012 by Mia Anstine Leave a Comment What a summer vacation/make-up spring break! They may have missed their spring break, but this family made up for it later. Mia Anstine describes two cross-country pig hunts and other o...

  • Summer fun idea for you & the kids

    Posted June 19, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Summer fun idea for you & the kids by Mia Anstine It is of the highest importance to teach the kids properly. Before you shoot, please refresh yourself with the safety rules and/or take a firearms safety course: It is early on in the way of summer time, but I kn...

  • Happy Father's Day

    Posted June 17, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Happy Father’s Day! by Mia Anstine We've all got one. Some of you are one. Some have lost one. I find myself in the latter this year. I can not say it has been easy to find myself with out someone to make a plan with this year, but I do have lots of memori...

  • Increase In Deer Tick Population Sweeping Across Ohio

    Posted June 7, 2012 by Chris Avena

    POWELL, Ohio - An insect expert was traveling the state to warn counties and veterinarians about an increase in deer ticks, 10TV’s Kristyn Hartman reported on Monday.   Fifteen years ago, deer ticks were unheard of in Ohio. Now 26 counties, including Franklin and Delaware, are on the wa...

  • Women's Outdoor News - Mia & the Little Gal bowfishing

    Posted May 24, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    A new Mia & the Little Gal post at the WON by Mia Anstine Head over to the Women's Outdoor News and see what the Little Gal and I have been up to. I am so fortunate, and thankful, to give her these opportunities. Mia & the Little Gal: Bow fishing with an Olympian P...

  • Draw results posted for ELK Colorado - 2012

    Posted May 24, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Draw results posted for ELK Colorado – 2012 by Mia Anstine Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. Hey you all! Colorado 2012 draw results are posted for ELK. Head over and see if you were successful. Let us know so we can firm up your spot!!! Remember, if you didn't ...

  • Is There a Price Tag on Our Right To Bare Arms?

    Posted May 18, 2012 by Chris Avena

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  • Draw results posted for MULE DEER Colorado - 2012

    Posted May 18, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Draw results posted for MULE DEER Colorado – 2012 by Mia Anstine Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. Hey you all! Colorado 2012 draw results are posted for MULE DEER. Head over and see if you were successful. Let us know so we can firm up your spot!!!http://wildli...

  • Court affirms illegal immigrants can't have guns

    Posted May 15, 2012 by admin

    Court affirms illegal immigrants can't have guns     A federal appeals court has rejected an illegal immigrant's claim that the Second Amendment guarantees him the right to bear firearms.   DENVER (AP) —A federal appeals court has rejected an illegal immigrant's claim that ...

  • RZ Mask - Camouflaged & Scentless

    Posted May 15, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    RZ Mask – Camouflaged & Scentless by Mia Anstine I have been spending quite some time testing out the RZ Mask. When I received it, the package declared "camouflaged & scentless - Give yourself the advantage of complete sight and scent concealment...

  • ReVO 26 Pro Ears youth hearing protection

    Posted May 13, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    ReVO 26 Pro Ears youth hearing protection by Mia Anstine "Wear eye and ear protection as appropriate. Guns are loud and the noise can cause hearing damage. They can also emit debris and hot gas that could cause eye injury. For these reasons, shooting glasses and...

  • How to Stay Tick Free This Spring

    Posted May 11, 2012 by Chris Avena

    How to Stay Tick Free This Spring by Melissa Bachman • April 24, 2012 •    Although turkey hunting may be one of my favorite hunts of the year, there is always a little bad with the good, and in this case it’s ticks! Not only do they completely invade my space, they ...

  • SpyPoint Does It Again

    Posted May 8, 2012 by Chris Avena

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  • Bank of America goes anti-gun, says McMillan

    Posted May 5, 2012 by Chris Avena

    The bank that absorbed Seattle-based SeaFirst Bank back in 1983 has allegedly taken an action that might resonate in downtown Seattle, but to the American firearms community it’s a declaration of war, and gun owners are evidently poised to strike back.    Bank of America is alleged ...

  • Wyoming plans wolf hunts this fall

    Posted May 4, 2012 by admin

    The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission voted to allow hunters to kill up to 52 wolves in the state this fall.   CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission voted Wednesday to allow hunters to kill up to 52 wolves in the state this fall even as Gov. Matt Mead said he remains...

  • Bob Walker Joins Maximus Crossbows

    Posted May 1, 2012 by Chris Avena

    For Immediate Release Bob Walker Joins Maximus Crossbows April 17th 2012 The Ford Outdoors Group is pleased to announce the joining of Bob Walker, the originator of the Walkers Game Ear, and the Maximus Crossbows Team.Bob Walker has been an outdoor industry innovator for more than 30 years. &ldqu...

  • The difference between a clip and a magazine

    Posted April 28, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    The difference between a Clip and a Magazine by Mia Anstine Over the years it has become a pet peeve of mine. It is the use of the term "clip" and "magazine". I have my ideas as to why people use the words incorrectly. It may be that they were taught wrong. Mayb...

  • Outdoor Blogger Network - Quickfire Outdoor Interview: Mia Anst

    Posted April 26, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    RECENT COMMUNITY NEWS Quickfire Outdoor Interview: Mia Anstine – My Many Outdoor Adventures April 26, 2012 By Rebecca Leave a Comment Blog Url: Mia Anstine – My Many Outdoor AdventuresOnline Name or Code Name: Mia Anstine  1) Outdoor Activity of choice?&nbs...

  • News Ted Nugent agrees to plead guilty in illegal kill

    Posted April 26, 2012 by Chris Avena

    Rocker Ted Nugent has agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeast Alaska.   ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Rocker Ted Nugent has agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeast Alaska. Nugent made the admission in ...

  • Close encounters with a Merriam Turkey

    Posted April 23, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Close encounters with a Merriam Turkey by Mia Anstine After a busy day we made it home, threw on our camo and grabbed the shot-gun and decoys. We still had about three hours of hunting time left. We hiked to our hunting spot, threw the camo netting up ...

  • Women's Outdoor News - Mia and the Little Gal: Oklahoma hog hun

    Posted April 23, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Mia and the Little Gal: A Hog Hunt to Help Heal ‘Pops’ April 23, 2012 by Mia Anstine      Mia and the Little Gal reminisce about a Hog Hunt The Little Gal and I had big plans for spring hunting this year. We were going on two different sp...

  • Ultra-Light Harness: for binoculars, cameras or range finders

    Posted April 18, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Ultra-Light Harness: for binoculars, cameras or range finders by Mia Anstine I'm always out scouting and looking for the next exciting thing in the outdoors which means I am always carrying my binoculars and/or my camera. I was a little hesitant when I first pulled this product out o...

  • A must have for the lady hunter

    Posted April 11, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    A must have for the lady hunter – PRÓIS® Ultra Short Sleeve by Mia Anstine Turkey hunting starts in just three days here in Colorado! That means we will have our chilly mornings to contend with and warm mid-day and afternoon. Last week it was up...

  • Surreal Defined - An Elk Hunt Adventure

    Posted April 2, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Surreal Defined – An Elk Hunt Adventure by Mia Anstine Tomorrow is the deadline to submit for the big game hunt draw in Colorado. Have you applied yet? I have not had the mind to write fresh adventures lately so I wanted to share another story from years p...

  • A little peek into my world

    Posted April 1, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    An interview with My Gun Culture by Mia Anstine Any of you who follow me know I have been happy and proud to mentor other women and children in the outdoors as well as shooting. Recently I was approached by Tom of My Gun Culture with a few questions about l...

  • Colorado Elk Hunt

    Posted March 29, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Colorado Elk Hunt by Mia Anstine The big game application deadline is drawing near for Colorado. If you plan to hunt this fall and have not already, you need to get your hunt codes together and submit your application. If you need assistance with hunt codes, con...

  • Bighorn Sheep Auction License Sells for $42,000

    Posted March 28, 2012 by Neil Hoefs

      Bighorn Sheep Auction License Sells for $42,000 North Dakota’s 2012 bighorn sheep auction license sold for $42,000 at the March 17 Midwest Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation annual meeting in Bloomington, Minn. North Dakota’s auction license allows the winning bid...

  • Turkey Hunting - Share the passion

    Posted March 28, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Turkey Hunting – Share the passion by Mia Anstine I am currently preoccupied with life, loss and healing. For now - A repost of a story shared a couple of years ago because Turkey Hunting starts in just 17 days in our neck of the woods. I love sh...

  • Trump Safari Controversy: Sponsor Fires Celebrity Apprentice Ov

    Posted March 16, 2012 by Chris Avena

    Trump Safari Controversy: Sponsor Fires Celebrity Apprentice Over Hunting Photos Read more: http://www.eonline.com/news/trump_safari_controversy_sponsor_fires/301511#ixzz1pGuMs7wn     Not all outdoorsy types are down with the Trump boys' hunting hobby. Camping World, one of the show's...

  • Epidemic Alert: Feral Hogs Tearing Up New York Countryside

    Posted March 13, 2012 by admin

      Epidemic Alert: Feral Hogs Tearing Up New York Countryside     The pigs are invading New York! It may sound like the lamest monster movie tagline ever, but the feral hog pandemic that was previously localized to the South has made its way to the Empire State, and it spells destr...

  • Arrow Puller from TenPoint Crossbow Technologies®

    Posted March 10, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Arrow Puller from TenPoint Crossbow Technologies® by Mia Anstine The Little Gal was fortunate enough to receive a compound bow for Christmas. We practice shooting three to four times a week and she is really getting pretty good. If any of you have spent...

  • Microstamping in New York Senate Codes Committee Tuesday

    Posted March 9, 2012 by admin

      Microstamping in New York Senate Codes Committee Tuesday   Anti-gun legislators from New York City continue to seek passage of firearms microstamping legislation S. 675B, that would result in banning firearms in the Empire State. The bill's sponsor, Sen. Jose Peralta, filed a Motion ...

  • Turkey Hunting Advice

    Posted March 8, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Turkey Hunting Advice by Mia Anstine A follower presented me with a thought today. What advice would I have for a first time lady turkey hunter? Of course a million thoughts went through my head as I read the request. I could reply with a lot of questions to nar...

  • Elk and Big Horn Sheep Studies in Colorado

    Posted March 7, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Elk and Big Horn Sheep Studies in Colorado by Mia Anstine Those of you who have followed me over the years know that I have a genuine love for hunting as well as a respect for animals. I enjoy chasing a big bull elk or even a cow any chance I get. I also ha...

  • Importance of Firearm Safety (Hunters Education)

    Posted March 2, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Nightmares and Day Dreams by City Girl in Camo *The names listed in this story have been changed to protect those involved. There are a few cardinal rules in gun safety that must always be followed:       1- ALWAYS keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. &nbs...

  • Mia's Oklahoma Hog Hunt

    Posted February 29, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Spring time is getting close and the hunt planning is getting exciting. What will you be doing? Me? I'm planning to do a little more of this... Mia’s Oklahoma Hog Hunt Posted on April 9, 2011 by Mia Anstine Edit It’s spring break in Ptown and we were fortunate en...

  • Photo Basics for your Trophy

    Posted February 23, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Photo Basics for Your Trophy by Mia Anstine Hunting season is long past and now we are all sharing stories of our harvests. This includes pictures. Many on our mobile devices, social networks and, if we're lucky, in magazines and other publications. As I look at some of the pictu...

  • Gun-rights groups decry proposed surtax on Illinois ammo sales

    Posted February 22, 2012 by Chris Avena

    An Illinois lawmaker wants gun owners to shell out extra taxes in order to finance a new grant program for trauma centers, a move firearms advocacy groups say amounts to a "sin tax" on law-abiding hunters and target shooters.  State Rep. Kelly Cassidy, in a bill introduced earlier this month, ...

  • Valentine's Reminiscing

    Posted February 14, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    It’s a Day of Hearts & For Me Thanksgiving by Mia Anstine Is it just today, or do we remember to share our love every day? I am sitting here trying to view my computer screen through gooped up eyes as I reminisce about the many blessings and love I have ...

  • Top Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Ticks These Days

    Posted February 13, 2012 by Chris Avena

    Top Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Ticks These Days By Thomas Mather Back in the day, we had ticks. Big, yucky American dog ticks. They usually crawled to the top of your head, you felt a lump, pulled the tick out, flushed them (or found some other form of revenge), and that was that. Usual...

  • The Little Gal's at it again. Trapping. Read about it at the WO

    Posted February 9, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    The Little Gal becomes a trapper Mia Anstine blogs about her daughter's journey to becoming an outdoorswoman in the mountains of Colorado. In this installment, the Little Gal traps her first raccoon   Read about it at the WON. www.womensoutdoornews.com

  • Via @NRAblog

    Posted February 6, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    From single the family hunting with @Mia_Anstine By Lars Dalseide February 3 2012 15:13 Colorado blogger brings her family into hunting & the outdoors Mia Anstine runs Wolf Creek Outfitters with her husband Hank. A constant source of hunting fun and informatio...

  • Lion Hunting in Africa

    Posted February 2, 2012 by Hennie Viljoen

    Background on lion hunting   Facing a lion in the African savannah is an experience of a life time. From this day your life will change forever. Hunting a lion is traditional, fun, and dangerous. Lion hunt is a historical practice that played an important role in the Maasai culture. The prac...

  • A Day Off

    Posted January 26, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    A Day Off by Mia Anstine I was supposed to sleep in this morning... Yeah right. I tend to rise around 4am, and sleeping in is generally around 6:30am. Today was my day off and I did NOT "sleep in". I woke up and tended to some of my designated chores. Hank was nice enou...

  • Prois introduces cutting edge technology in lady's hunting gear

    Posted January 26, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Prois introduces cutting edge technology in lady’s hunting gear by Mia Anstine I am anxious to try out Prois' new Intuition line I viewed at SHOT Show last week. It is a revolution in concealment technology for the lady hunter. "Prois launches the new HECS...

  • Prois' Grand Events at SHOT Show

    Posted January 15, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    Prois’ – Grand Events at SHOT Show Posted on January 14, 2012 by Mia Anstine Edit <!-- .entry-meta --> Prois will be at SHOT Show this year. They are booth #10223. Be sure to stop by and say hello. Also, they have grand events scheduled that are a must ..... To read the remai...

  • Microstamping Thread Back In New York

    Posted January 10, 2012 by Chris Avena

    Microstamping Threat Back in New York Anti-gun legislators from New York City have once again introduced firearms microstamping legislation (A. 1157b, Assembly Codes Committee) that would result in banning firearms in the Empire State. If microstamping were to become law, firearms manufacture...

  • Quack! A new story at the WON!

    Posted January 7, 2012 by Mia Anstine

    QUACK!! A New “Mia and the Little Gal” Post at the WON!!! by Mia Anstine Happy New Year with Mia and the Little Gal! It's ready and it's at the Women's Outdoor News. Mia & The Little Gal: Starting the year off with a quack and a ‘bang!’ As we start the New...

  • Deer find shelter at FBI shooting range

    Posted December 27, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Published: December 26, 2011 8:54 PM By EILEEN SULLIVAN. The Associated Press   QUANTICO, Va. -- Call it a playground for Bambi and G-men, where imaginary criminals are hunted and deer are the spectators. The 547-acre FBI Academy, where some of the nation's best marksmen fire off mor...

  • Beating Bucks With Offbeat Tactics

    Posted October 27, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Beating Bucks With Offbeat Tactics 10/11/2011 Some bowhunters travel far and wide in search of big bucks. Johnny Webber hunts at   home—with spectacular results. by Richard Combs What bowhunter can fail to be impressed by a guy who consistently bags trophy whitetails? Nothing i...

  • News Feral Swine Destroying Crops And Wildlife Habitat In Alaba

    Posted September 24, 2011 by admin

    It has all the makings of a horror movie — a 300-pound beast with oversized teeth running amok in forests and fields, eating everything it can. FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) — It has all the makings of a horror movie — a 300-pound beast with oversized teeth running amok in forests and...

  • Bowhunting Imagery For Better Shots

    Posted September 22, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Half the battle of executing the perfect shot is mental. Use imagery to connect on your next shot. by Jack Young Imagine that you’re making the perfect shot—that’s when it will happen. Once you’ve mastered the physical aspects of shooting a bow it’s your mind that...

  • Tennessee Hunter Lost For 5 Days Ate Worms To Survive

    Posted September 19, 2011 by admin

    A man who became separated from his friends in dense forest during a squirrel hunting trip in western Tennessee says he ate worms and drank muddy water to survive five days in the wild before he was found. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A man who became separated from his friends in dense forest...

  • News North Dakota Officials Expect Worst Pheasant Year Since 20

    Posted September 19, 2011 by admin

    Fewer pheasants mean hunters in North Dakota could bag fewer than half a million roosters for the first time in a decade, state officials said. BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Fewer pheasants mean hunters in North Dakota could bag fewer than half a million roosters for the first time in a decade,...

  • Indiana Sees 82 Percent Spike In Lyme Disease Cases

    Posted September 12, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Indiana Sees 82 Percent Spike In Lyme Disease Cases Indiana's confirmed human cases of Lyme disease soared 82 percent over a five-year period, and experts say the surge might have been caused by an increase in the tiny ticks that spread the illness to humans. LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) &mdash...

  • Deer Archery Season Opens Sept. 2

    Posted August 22, 2011 by Neil Hoefs

    North Dakota’s deer archery season opens Friday, Sept. 2 at noon, and bowhunters are reminded that additional concurrent season antlerless deer gun licenses can be used with a bow during the archery season in the designated hunting unit. Bowhunters must follow all regulations of the managi...

  • Wyoming and Feds Announce Plan For Delisting Wolves

    Posted August 11, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Wyoming ranchers and hunters fed up with wolves attacking livestock and other wildlife would be able to shoot the predators on sight in most of the state under a tentative agreement state and federal officials announced Wednesday. CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming ranchers and hunters fed up...

  • Coyote Kills Dog Being Walked By Owner in California

    Posted August 2, 2011 by admin

    A Southern California woman walking her leashed dog has been knocked to the ground by a coyote that snatched her pooch and ran away. California City Authorizes Firm To Shoot Coyotes LAGUNA WOODS, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California woman walking her leashed dog has been knocked to the grou...

  • alberta hosted hunt

    Posted July 14, 2011 by josh winsor

    going to be hosting an american from michigan USA on a whitetail buck and mule deer hunt for the 2011 hunting seasson. his name is bill hall and he is an advid hunter. he his bbull elk is in the top 10 for michigan.

  • Damascus Hunting Knives

    Posted July 9, 2011 by R&R Cutlery

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  • Grizzly Bear with Cubs Mauls/Kills Yellowstone Hiker

    Posted July 8, 2011 by Chris Avena

    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — A 57-year-old hiker was killed Wednesday morning in Yellowstone National Park when he and his wife encountered a sow grizzly bear with cubs. Torrence, California native Brian Matayoshi and his wife Marylin were hiking along the Wapiti Lake Trail, which is a 32-...

  • New York Hunting Groups Back Protection of Young Bucks

    Posted July 8, 2011 by Chris Avena

    A coalition of sporting groups is urging the Department of Environmental Conservation to ban hunting of yearling bucks in parts of southern New York, saying the new approach to deer management has led to dramatic improvement in the deer herd.   ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A coalition of spo...

  • 6 Missouri Bowhunts left

    Posted July 6, 2011 by T Younce

    ONLY 6 SPOTS REMAIN FOR OUR MISSOURI WHITETAIL ARCHERY HUNTS! $1,000.00 per person. for 1-Buck, 1-Doe and 2 Turkey's with Bow. 3 the week of Oct. 17-21st 3 the week of Oct.24-28th These are awesome self guided Bow hunts for true Giants. These prices end July 15th and go back up to our Normal r...

  • Garmin® Acquires Tri-Tronics® Inc.

    Posted June 28, 2011 by Neil Hoefs

    Important News From Tri-Tronics!Tri-Tronics has signed an agreement to be purchased by Garmin Ltd. This is really a combining of market leaders, and we hope that you’re as excited about it as we are.As you probably know, Garmin is the pioneer in GPS dog tracking. What you may not realize i...

  • Connecticut Residents Pounce on Talk of Loose Cougar

    Posted June 25, 2011 by Chris Avena

    After a mountain lion was found dead near Greenwich last week, residents of the wealthy New York City suburb have been seeing cougars everywhere: perched on a wall at a golf course, traipsing down a scenic parkway, being chased by a pair of dogs. NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — After a mountain lio...

  • Gargantuan Bruins

    Posted June 24, 2011 by Chris Avena

    by Mike Strandlund, Editor, Bowhunting World     The size of paw tracks, bear bed depressions, claw marks, and dung will tell you if there’s a big bruin nearby.     Americans have been enthralled with hunting black bears ever since Davy Crockett kill...

  • Planning A Wilderness Hunt

    Posted June 24, 2011 by Chris Avena

    In the wilderness, deer hunting becomes a special experience that is unforgettable. by Keith Sutton   In wilderness areas, undisturbed by humans and development, white-tailed deer often grow old and reach large sizes. Today, more and more deer hunters are looking for ways to escape the tr...

  • Hunting Coyotes with the Stealth Approach

    Posted June 24, 2011 by Chris Avena

    It takes planning, practice, and some good old fashioned woodsman skills to sneak that close to a coyote without his awareness. by Tom Austin   The Wyoming sage peppered the yellow grass valley where a dozen or so head of Black Angus were grazing. White capped mountains in the distance war...

  • Michigan Lawmakers Grapple with Wild Pig Problem

    Posted June 23, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Michigan lawmakers are debating whether to adopt regulations for facilities that provide wild boar breeding and hunting. LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan's current strategy for dealing with free-roaming, wild swine that destroy crops in parts of the state is basically to shoot them on sight. ...

  • Hunters Object to Some Proposals in New York Deer Plan

    Posted June 23, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Wildlife officials are proposing a special hunting weekend for teenagers, an earlier start to the bow hunting season and a ban on killing young bucks in some regions under a new plan that will guide deer management in the state. ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Wildlife officials are proposing a special...

  • Missouri Seeks to Learn Black Bear Population

    Posted June 22, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The state Department of Conservation has begun a two-year effort to determine how many black bears are living in Missouri following an increase in sightings in recent years. ST. LOUIS (AP) — The state Department of Conservation has begun a two-year effort to determine how many black bears a...

  • South Carolina Sees Record Number of Alligator Hunting Applicat

    Posted June 17, 2011 by Chris Avena

    South Carolina Sees Record Number of Alligator Hunting Applications South Carolina wildlife officials say they've received a record number of applications for alligator hunting licenses.   CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina wildlife officials say they've received a record number of...

  • State Lyme commission only lacks funds

    Posted June 17, 2011 by Chris Avena

    State Lyme commission only lacks funds By Cynthia Mccormick cmccormick@capecodonline.com June 13, 2011 The creation of the state's first Lyme disease commission is all but a done deal. A budget amendment proposing creation of a commission to study the tick-borne illness has ...

  • Commission Votes to Lift Michigan Deer Baiting Ban

    Posted June 16, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Michigan's wildlife policymakers on Thursday voted to end a ban on baiting and feeding of whitetail deer in most of the state's Lower Peninsula.   LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan's wildlife policymakers on Thursday voted to end a ban on baiting and feeding of whitetail deer in most of th...

  • Connecticut Officials Look to Encourage Fishing and Hunting

    Posted June 14, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Hunting and fishing are on a steady decline in Connecticut, and the state is attempting to reverse the trend.   WATERBURY, Conn. (AP) — Hunting and fishing are on a steady decline in Connecticut, and the state is attempting to reverse the trend. The question is whether the efforts, whi...

  • The Vanishing Art Of Stalking And Still-Hunting

    Posted June 13, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Get out of your stand and test your mettle against wary whitetails the old-fashioned way. by Jim Casada     Careful, deliberate movements are key when still-hunting. Stay low whenever possible.   In today’s world, the vast majority of deer hunting is done...

  • Advanced Stand Hunting Strategies—Part 2

    Posted June 13, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The best bet of tagging bucks during the second rut lies in shifting our placement strategies to revolve around the hottest food source that the area holds. by Steve Bartylla Continued from Part 1 Hunting Strategies In the Deep South, the stand placement strategies really don’t change mu...

  • Help asked for Bowhunting Africa

    Posted June 11, 2011 by PieterKriel

    Good evening all If you find the time I would like to have some suggestions to compiling an African bow hunting package deal that would be tempting to one and all. I have a few questions for you: which 5 animals would you like to see in a package deal? how many days can you be away on a hun...

  • New York Wants to Allow Crossbows for Big Game Hunters

    Posted June 9, 2011 by Chris Avena

    New York officials have proposed allowing hunters to use crossbows for big game and eliminating a permit system for some physically disabled hunters to use special archery equipment.   AP—New York officials have proposed allowing hunters to use crossbows for big game and eliminating a p...

  • Advanced Stand Hunting Strategies—Part 1

    Posted June 6, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The whitetail’s “second rut” and how to bowhunt it successfully. by Steve Bartylla   The second rut spurs another round of buck activity. Put the second rut to work for you.            In my younger days, I used to feel tremendous envy ...

  • Scientific Study: Eastern Wolves are Hybrids with Coyotes

    Posted June 5, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Wolves in the eastern United States are hybrids of gray wolves and coyotes, while the region's coyotes actually are wolf-coyote-dog hybrids.   ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Wolves in the eastern United States are hybrids of gray wolves and coyotes, while the region's coyotes actually are wolf-coy...

  • Mountain lion shot in couple’s yard near Hamilton

    Posted June 1, 2011 by Chris Avena

    By PERRY BACKUS - Ravalli Republic Photo courtesy of Mahar family Geoff Mahar poses with the mountain lion he shot in his front yard Saturday evening after it attacked a goose. The mountain lion killed a sheep on the Mahar property earlier that day. After an eventful day, Geoff and Karen Maha...

  • Rockledge boy, 10, wrangles 6-foot alligator

    Posted May 31, 2011 by Chris Avena

    ROCKLEDGE -- Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers were called to a home in Rockledge on Wednesday after they were told a 10-year-old boy dragged a 6-foot alligator home from a nearby canal. Michael Dasher said he was fishing with his friends from the side of the canal, near Gr...

  • Cull Coyotes For Better Deer Hunting

    Posted May 29, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Can culling coyotes on your deer lease help the herd? Lots of factors affect the answer. by Mark Kayser Coyote Density Most prey species have cyclic, annual reproduction rates and as the habitat that sustains them decreases, so does the population of the prey. Predators follow suit and also dec...

  • Understanding a Coyote's Will to Survive

    Posted May 29, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Understanding the battle for survival will make you a better coyote hunter. by Randy Smith Besides the normal struggle for food and shelter, a coyote’s daily life is constantly fraught with territorial challenges, quarrels over dominance, environmental threats, disease, and hunter peril. T...

  • Making Sense Of Scents

    Posted May 27, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Choose the right kind of scent and technique to attract and stop a buck in his tracks. by Jack Young Most hunting-related scent products are designed to eliminate human odors. Four scent categories include: masking, odor-adsorbing, odor-eliminating, and oxidizing. Each has advantages, disadvanta...

  • What’s The Perfect Buck-To-Doe Ratio?

    Posted May 27, 2011 by Chris Avena

    When it comes to deer management, a one-to-one match-up is not necessarily the best thing going for either your herd, or your hunting. by Mark Kayser If you’re a do-it-yourself deer manager as most who hunt their own piece of ground are, one recurring theme that you’ve heard about is...

  • New York Seeks Changes to Bear Hunting Season

    Posted May 25, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The state Department of Environmental Conservation wants to open new areas east of the Hudson River to bear hunting and establish uniform bear hunting season dates across the Southern Zone starting this year.   ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The state Department of Environmental Conservation wants...

  • What’s The Very Best Deer Gun?

    Posted May 22, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Hunters have argued forever over which gun is “the best” for whitetail. Here are tips from an expert on how to pick a good deer gun. by Keith Sutton  While visiting a friend’s deer camp recently, I was amazed at the variety of guns being used by the 15 guys who were member...

  • Perfect Practice For Bowhunters—Part 2

    Posted May 22, 2011 by Chris Avena

    In part 1 I discussed preparation and general archery practice techniques. Now we get into making practice real and succeeding in the moment of truth. by Mike Strandlund, Editor, Bowhunting World Match your practice sessions to actual hunting situations. A big game hunter doesn’t need to s...

  • Nevada Bill Would Declassify Wild Horses as Wildlife

    Posted May 19, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Wild horses — symbols of the American West that receive protections from the federal government — would have less standing than mollusks when it comes to Nevada water law under a measure that seeks to deny mustangs and burros status as wild animals. CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Wild...

  • Idaho Wolf Hunting Tags on Sale Once Again

    Posted May 17, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Hunters aiming to bag a gray wolf this year can once again buy a tag from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.   BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Hunters aiming to bag a gray wolf this year can once again buy a tag from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The state wildlife agency started sell...

  • Isn’t It Time You Tried Bowfishing?

    Posted May 16, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Try something different—and fun!—during the summer off-season. by Clint Stone   At its heart, bowfishing is fun. Modern bowhunters have turned venal as day traders, if the fascination with slams and draconian quality deer management schemes is any indication. S...

  • Deer Drive Techniques That Work

    Posted May 9, 2011 by Chris Avena

    When I was a young man, there were two kinds of deer drives — those that worked, and those that didn’t. Now it's time to put a little more thought into it. by M.D. Johnson When I was a young man, there were two kinds of deer drives — those that worked, and those that didn&rsquo...

  • Perfect Practice for Bowhunters

    Posted May 9, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The offseason is the time to hone your archery skills. Don't miss the buck of a lifetime because you didn't. by Mike Strandlund, Editor, Bowhunting World You’ve dreamed for years, planned for months, and spent weeks in the woods. The moment’s finally arrived: An awesome trophy buck is ...

  • New Mexico to Update Trapping Ban in Gray Wolf Area

    Posted May 7, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The state Game Commission meets in Albuquerque this week and will get an update on a temporary ban on trapping in parts of southwestern New Mexico where Mexican gray wolves have been reintroduced.  ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The state Game Commission meets in Albuquerque this week and wi...

  • Conservationists challenge plan to kill Ore wolves

    Posted May 4, 2011 by Chris Avena

    By JEFF BARNARD - AP Environmental Writer Federal wildlife authorities want to capture and kill two young wolves from the Imnaha pack in northeastern Oregon after another livestock kill. Conservation groups responded Tuesday by filing a lawsuit in in U.S. District Court in Portland to bl...

  • Hunter shot on opening day of turkey season in southern Maine

    Posted May 3, 2011 by Chris Avena

    By BDN staff reports  SANFORD, Maine — A 44-year-old Sanford man was shot while hunting Monday near Hollis, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has reported. According to MDIF&W, Mark Lemieux, 44, of Sanford suffered injuries to his legs, chest, head and face. Th...

  • Previously Unknown Montana Wolf Pack Kills Livestock

    Posted April 29, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Wildlife officials say a previously unknown pack of wolves is responsible for killing a calf in the Tom Miner Basin area of Park County.   LIVINGSTON, Mont. (AP) — Wildlife officials say a previously unknown pack of wolves is responsible for killing a calf in the Tom Miner Basin area of...

  • $5,000 Reward for Info on Florida Panther Death

    Posted April 29, 2011 by Chris Avena

    A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever shot and killed a Florida panther in Seminole County.   VERO BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever shot and kill...

  • Colorado Lawmakers Consider Flexible Bear Hunt

    Posted April 25, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Bears beware — Colorado lawmakers worried about the animals' growing population are talking about giving wildlife officials more say over when bears can be hunted. DENVER (AP) — Bears beware — Colorado lawmakers worried about the animals' growing population are talking about giv...

  • Wolf Protections in Northern Rockies Expected to be Lifted

    Posted April 25, 2011 by Chris Avena

    An attachment to a federal budget bill needed to avert a government shutdown would take gray wolves off the endangered species list across most of the Northern Rockies. BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — An attachment to a federal budget bill needed to avert a government shutdown would take gray wolves...

  • How Much is A Deer Worth?

    Posted April 23, 2011 by Chris Avena

    How much is a deer worth? The answer to that question may have nothing to do with dollars and cents. by Keith Sutton What is the value of a deer? Thought about that when I ran across a news story about Texas deer breeders who paid $450,000 for a deer named Dream Buck. That’s correct: $45...

  • teaching the youth

    Posted April 22, 2011 by Bobby D House

    Deer will always have a source of water within a short distance of their bedding areas. It could be a lake, river, pond, bog, or even a puddle left from rain. Water is the first and last place a deer stops. Deer droppings are how you can find out what the deer are eating. A deer feeding on ...

  • teaching the youth

    Posted April 22, 2011 by Bobby D House

    TRY TO WEAR A PAIR OF AMBER GLASSES WHEN YOU HUNT ON DULL DAYS. THE GLASSES WILL AID IN SEEING MOVEMENT!  Deer will use the same travel routes many times from bedding to feeding areas year after year. This can change though all depending on hunting pressure. Keep in mind that deer will tak...

  • hunting season 2010 and 11

    Posted April 22, 2011 by Bobby D House

    Will be filming spring turkey and fall deer. Also will be filming coyote hunting this summer  all will be uploaded for you to view. Allways looking for the next big hunt! allways willing to go hunt with others on thair land and film also. One goal is to teach the youth of america the art o...

  • Kansas Planning Event to Kick Off Pheasant Season

    Posted April 20, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is planning a new event in November to open the state's pheasant season and promote hunting.   TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is planning a new event in November to open the state's pheasant season and promote hunting. The Ringneck Classic will ...

  • Planning Your Food Plot for Killer Results

    Posted April 14, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Simply throwing some seed down does not make a food plot. If you want action, you must take action and do it right. by Steve Bartylla It was amazing. I could glass the property line squatter’s stand. He was a mere 105 yards away from mine. Sitting along the edge on the hayfield, he was try...

  • Idaho House Continues With Wolf Disaster Declaration

    Posted April 13, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Republican Rep. Judy Boyle did her part Tuesday, successfully sponsoring a disaster emergency declaration that cleared the Idaho House on a 64-5 vote.   BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Tiffani Bowen waits tables and cooks at the Country Coffee Cabin in Midvale, a little western Idaho ranching commu...

  • Oregon Ranchers Want Compensation from Wolf Damage

    Posted April 8, 2011 by Chris Avena

    A hearing in Salem on proposed wolf management bills showed agreement from just about everybody involved on one issue — Oregon ranchers should be compensated for livestock losses.   SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A hearing in Salem on proposed wolf management bills showed agreement from just ...

  • Teen says baggy pants saved him from seven-foot alligator

    Posted April 8, 2011 by Chris Avena

    By: Don Germaise ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - A St. Petersburg boy narrowly escaped an alligator attack because the gator bit his baggy pants instead of his leg, police said. Seventeen-year-old Kendrick Williams was walking home from work Monday night and taking a shortcut near a pond at t...

  • Mountain Lion Shot in California Neighborhood

    Posted April 8, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Authorities have shot a mountain lion that was wandering around a residential Redwood City neighborhood.   REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) — Authorities have shot a mountain lion that was wandering around a residential Redwood City neighborhood. State Department of Fish and Game Lt. Todd Aja...

  • Missouri Confirms Sixth Mountain Lion Sighting Since November

    Posted April 7, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Missouri conservation officials have confirmed that a tuft of hair found on a fence in southwest Missouri came from a mountain lion.   WEST PLAINS, Mo. (AP) — Missouri conservation officials have confirmed that a tuft of hair found on a fence in southwest Missouri came from a mountain l...

  • Ten Alaskan Wolves Killed for Predator Control

    Posted April 4, 2011 by Chris Avena

    State wildlife officials say a six-month effort to remove wolves considered dangerous has succeeded, with 10 of the animals killed in the Anchorage area. ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — State wildlife officials say a six-month effort to remove wolves considered dangerous has succeeded, with 10 of ...

  • Planned Montana Wolf Kill Clears First Federal Hurdle

    Posted April 4, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Federal officials on Monday signaled their preliminary support for a plan to kill gray wolves in western Montana that have preyed on big game herds along the Idaho border.   BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Federal officials on Monday signaled their preliminary support for a plan to kill gray wol...

  • 6 Tips For Keeping Pressure Off Bucks

    Posted April 3, 2011 by Chris Avena

    by Bob McNally If you want to shoot a big buck, you’ve got to play it cool and keep from alerting him that you’re hanging around. These six tips will help you fly under his radar.   1. Scout from long range, using high-quality binoculars and spotting scopes. This helps avoid cont...

  • Deal Reached to Lift Wolf Protections in Two States

    Posted March 23, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Facing mounting pressure from lawmakers over gray wolves, wildlife advocates reached an agreement with the Obama administration Friday to lift protections for the species in Montana and Idaho and allow hunting.   BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Facing mounting pressure from lawmakers over gray w...

  • Kentucky Bow Hunt

    Posted March 22, 2011 by Chris Avena

    SeeMeHunt. On September 9th to the 12th 2011, SeeMeHunt.com will Sponsor a Bow Hunt for Deer, Still in Velvet at the Double Deuce Outfitters in Kentucky.   Come Join us and spend a long weekend with other members of SeeMeHunt. This is a Semi-Guided hunt. It is $800 for the Hunt and Lodging. ...

  • Minnesota Black Bear Population Continues to Expand

    Posted March 20, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Researchers have found the state's black bear population continues to expand from its usual forest habitat into farmland in northwestern Minnesota, raising the chances of dangerous run-ins with humans.   HOLT, Minn. (AP) — Researchers have found the state's black bear population continu...

  • Oregon County Approves Wolf Compensation Fund

    Posted March 20, 2011 by Chris Avena

    An Oregon county has approved a compensation fund for ranchers who lose livestock to wolves in the northeastern corner of the state, next to Idaho and Washington.   ENTERPRISE, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon county has approved a compensation fund for ranchers who lose livestock to wolves in the...

  • Waddell: Eight Must Know Turkey Calling Tactics

    Posted March 18, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Use these eight calling techniques to become a turkey assassin. Michael Waddell     It takes different calls to consistently close the coffin on longbeards. Have several calls and know how to use them.     Mastering a mouth call is critica...

  • Top Tips For Opening Day Toms

    Posted March 18, 2011 by Chris Avena

    By Aaron_DeckerCreated 03/17/2011 Top Tips For Opening Day Toms 1. Roost A TomYour season really begins the afternoon before opening day. Get there the last hour of daylight and listen for the tell-tale flapping wings of birds flying up to roost and longbeards gobbling from the limb. If you hear o...

  • Nevada Assembly Passes Gun Bill Making Purchases Easier

    Posted March 18, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The Nevada Assembly has unanimously approved a bill making it easier to buy and sell guns across state lines.   CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada Assembly has unanimously approved a bill making it easier to buy and sell guns across state lines. AB217 repeals a section of state law th...

  • Wisconsin DNR to Offer Summer Deer Hunting Classes

    Posted March 18, 2011 by Chris Avena

    State wildlife officials are planning a series of clinics for beginning deer hunters late this summer.   BABCOCK, Wis. (AP) — State wildlife officials are planning a series of clinics for beginning deer hunters late this summer. The Department of Natural Resources will hold the one-day...

  • Casting Call for Outdoor TV Show

    Posted March 17, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Are you a city slicker that could ROCK IT in the WILD?! Are you SUPER OUTGOING and up for a CHALLENGE?Have you always had a LOVE for the OUTDOORS (Camping, rock climbing, gardening, fishing etc)? A prominent cable network may be lookin' for you! We are currently seeking a side kick to pair up with ...

  • Federal Officials Block Plan to Kill Alaska Refuge Wolves

    Posted March 17, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Alaska wildlife officials said Tuesday they were appalled the federal government rejected their plan to kill wolves to protect caribou on a remote Aleutian Island. ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska wildlife officials said Tuesday they were appalled the federal government rejected their plan t...

  • Air Force Opens South Carolina Base to Turkey Hunters

    Posted March 17, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Air Force officials at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina are allowing turkey hunters to go for the gobblers on the Poinsett electronic combat range this spring. SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. (AP) — Air Force officials at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina are allowing turkey hunters to go ...

  • South Carolina Begins Annual Scoring of Deer Antlers

    Posted March 11, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The annual search for record deer antlers is under way in South Carolina.   COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The annual search for record deer antlers is under way in South Carolina. The state Natural Resources Department is holding scoring sessions around the state in advance of the Palmetto Spo...

  • NUGENT: Outgunned is a choice

    Posted March 9, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Beanbags are fine for the playground but not for a border showdown By Ted Nugent The Washington Times      6:03 p.m., Tuesday, March 8, 2011   Being a Border Patrol agent on our southern border has got to be a very difficult, harrowing job. It is surely an even t...

  • Snow goose migration in mid-atlantic

    Posted March 8, 2011 by deerhunterdefl

    While out and about today saw hugh flock of snows at the intersection of Mahem and Mudmill area. Yesterday flock of 500 flew over house at 4:00 pm. There are still snows hanging around Logans Lane. Good Luck everyone

  • Federal Researchers Declare Eastern Cougar Extinct

    Posted March 8, 2011 by Chris Avena

    ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — The "ghost cat'' is just that. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday declared the eastern cougar to be extinct, confirming a widely held belief among wildlife biologists that native populations of the big cat were wiped out by man a century ago. After a length...

  • Snow goose migration in mid-atlantic

    Posted March 5, 2011 by deerhunterdefl

    I've let a couple of days go bye. Went out this morning and by 6:05 am the snows were out of the refuge. Saw lots of high flying geese and snows all heading North. Hope you hunters up in NY state are ready for they are a coming ur way. Interestingly saw some flocks flying from east heading northeast...

  • Snow goose migration in mid-atlantic

    Posted March 1, 2011 by deerhunterdefl

    I really hope more hunters from Maryland, New Jersey and Delaware join SeemeHunt and begin reporting on fishing, turkey hunting, deer hunting, duck and goose hunting throughout Delmarva and Jersey, if not on this group one of your own which points the outsdoor person to areas where they may be more ...

  • Snow goose migration in mid-atlantic

    Posted March 1, 2011 by deerhunterdefl

    1 Mar 2011. Seems the majority of snows have departed Logans Lane, still small flock of less than 1,000 using the sanctuary. Didn't see any in fields around Little Creek, maybe further north Bombay Hook could be staging. Saw a handful of Canada, plenty of shore birds, hawks, terns and gulls. Pair of...

  • Montana Governor Encourages Ranchers to Kill Problem Wolves

    Posted February 25, 2011 by Chris Avena

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Defying federal authority over gray wolves, Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer on Wednesday encouraged ranchers to kill wolves that prey on their livestock — even in areas where that is not currently allowed — and said the state will start shooting packs that hurt...

  • Snow goose migration in mid-atlantic

    Posted February 24, 2011 by deerhunterdefl

    Travelled up to Woodland Beach and set up blind 42. Several small flocks of 50 or less passed by outside shooting range at 8:30 thru (a.m. Next flock flew by at 10:30 a.m, about three hundred birds. Plenty of dark geese, noticed birds were flying from North South, saw one flock flying southeast towa...

  • Snow goose migration in mid-atlantic

    Posted February 22, 2011 by deerhunterdefl

    Last year the snow goose migration began March 5 thru the end of march with a few stragglers hanging about. Last week there were ten of thousands of snows between Prime Hook and Little Creek Delaware. Canadas were stagging and in big flocks to the east of Felton on Rte 10. I have been out this past ...

  • Coyote Release by DEFW?

    Posted February 22, 2011 by deerhunterdefl

    Delaware has had a liberal deer season or seasons the past 10 years. The average hunter could harvest an animal if time and effort was put into the hunt. Our numbers in certain areas seemed to have dwindled and was noticeable during the 2010 season that has just ended.Three years ago we had an outbr...

  • Angered Sportsman To Gather

    Posted February 20, 2011 by Chris Avena

      Angered Sportsmen To Gather By Toby Bridges       Sponsored by: Lobo Watch Many Montana, Idaho and Wyoming residents who have been adversely affected or threatened by an ever growing wolf population in the Northern Rockies have come to the realization that this issue wi...

  • Wisconsin DNR Says Wolves Killing More Dogs and Livestock

    Posted February 20, 2011 by Chris Avena

    The state Department of Natural Resources says wolves are causing more problems for Wisconsinites. MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Department of Natural Resources says wolves are causing more problems for Wisconsinites. A new report says wolves attacked animals on 47 farms last year compare...

  • Get to know SeeMeHunt

    Posted February 3, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Get to know SeeMeHunt by Neil on January 25th, 2011 Posted In: SeeMeHunt, Chris Avena, SeeMeHunt Today, the Social Network is probably the most powerful tool for just about anything. Keeping in touch with friends or family, following celebrities or just another form of advertising....

  • Rocker Ted Nugent promotes hunting lifestyle

    Posted February 3, 2011 by Chris Avena

      Las Vegas, NV - Ted Nugent, producer and host of Ted Nugent Spirit of the Wild was honored by Outdoor Channel January 20 during the Golden Moose Awards. In recognition of his tireless contributions in promoting the outdoor lifestyle, Nugent received the first ever Lightning Rod Award In pr...

  • Racks & Tails Magazine

    Posted January 27, 2011 by wadewillems

    Hello Everyone,   My name is Wade and I am writing today to tell you about Racks & Tails Magazine!  Racks & Tails is a new quarterly publication written by Hunters for Hunters.  The Magazine has a 75% article to 25% advertisement ratio, meaning that you will always get lots of Great...

  • NRA Gives Bloomberg Snow Blow

    Posted January 26, 2011 by Chris Avena

    NRA gives Bloomberg snow blow Pot shots at gun-control crusade By BRENDAN SCOTT Post correspondent Last Updated: 7:18 AM, January 26, 2011 Posted: 2:57 AM, January 26, 2011 ALBANY -- That's cold! The National Rifle Association opened both barrels on Mayor Bloomberg yesterday, comparing...

  • Thompson Center -Venture

    Posted January 22, 2011 by Chris Avena

    There are many options on the market today for a low priced bolt-action rifle. But the true test of what an inexpensive rifle should be is not just the price. It should be the cost vs. quality and features, this is where the T/C Venture delivers. With its 5R rifled precision barrel, adjustable trigg...

  • Shot Show 2011

    Posted January 22, 2011 by Chris Avena

    I must say that we did see some interesting product at Shot this year. I saw a treestand by wood'n Trail that you step onto and then you can crank yourself up into the tree. Good idea for a hunter who is disabled. Price point was about 600 dollars. The had a battery opporated version for 1100. ...

  • Arizona Commission Supports Gray Wolf Delisting

    Posted January 5, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Arizona Commission Supports Gray Wolf Delisting 12/7/2010  The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has voted to support congressional action aimed at removing gray wolves from the federal endangered species list.  PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has voted to sup...

  • Sportsmen Split on Western Wolf Issue

    Posted January 3, 2011 by Chris Avena

    Sportsmen Split on Western Wolf Issue Posted 18 Nov 20:40 by donna@southwickassociates.com FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. — Reintroduced wolves have exceeded expectations about adapting to their western environs and many states are seeking authority to manage packs within their boundaries. As a resu...

  • Late Season Deer Hunting Tips

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Chris Avena

    Late Season Deer Hunting Tips Locate Deer Using Terrain Features Ken McBroom, Yahoo! Contributor Network Most deer hunters know how important rub lines are to locating bucks in a particular hunting area. Rubs have paid off for me over the years but over the past few seasons, after reading Map...

  • Deer hunting in stands more prevalent than years ago

    Posted December 20, 2010 by Chris Avena

      Deer hunting in stands more prevalent than years ago Posted on 18 December 2010 By Joe Mosby When Dad and Granddad talk nostalgically about the good ol’ days of Arkansas deer hunting compared to today, keep in mind that it is an apples and oranges comparison. We don’t...

  • Alligator Population Making Comeback in Georgia

    Posted December 17, 2010 by Chris Avena

    Alligator Population Making Comeback in Georgia   Decades of monitoring and eight seasons of tightly controlled recreational hunting have brought Georgia's once imperiled alligator population to a sustainable balance, according to a new statewide management plan. by Rob Pavey, The Augusta Ch...

  • 86-year-old Pa. man hunts from recliner, bags buck

    Posted December 10, 2010 by Chris Avena

    86-year-old Pa. man hunts from recliner, bags buck By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press Posted: 12/07/2010 04:49:01 PM EST   ALLENTOWN, Pa.—Lester Warner left the hospital in a weakened state last month, his frail body wracked by late-stage cancer. At 86 years old, he and his fam...

  • NJ Bear Hunt

    Posted December 7, 2010 by Chris Avena

    NJ's bear hunt: Hunters kill 264 bears on first day of controversial NJ hunt By ROB JENNNIGS • STAFF WRITER • December 6, 2010  FREDON — Joan Robillard of Boonton was waiting in line Monday to have the bear she shot dead several hours earlier in Montville weighed and registere...

  • Understanding Buck Rubs

    Posted November 29, 2010 by Chris Avena

    Understanding Buck Rubs Hunters have long used the size, location and number of buck rubs to select hunting locations and to help understand how bucks move throughout their property. by Brian Murphy The Study The study was spearheaded by wildlife consultant Bryan Kinkel on a 488-acre property i...

  • 10 Rut Lies Debunked

    Posted November 15, 2010 by Chris Avena

    A lot of hunters build their rut-time strategies on long-held, but faulty beliefs. To fill your tag this November, first you'll want to separate fact from fiction. 10 Rut Lies Debunked By Doug Howlett     Belief: The peak of the rut is the best time to hunt. Reality Check: As f...

  • The Number of U.S. Hunters Greater Than Expected

    Posted November 10, 2010 by Chris Avena

    NUMBER OF U.S. HUNTERS GREATER THAN EXPECTEDPosted 01 Nov 14:16 by donna@southwickassociates.comFernandina Beach, Fla. – A new study funded by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and carried out by Southwick Associates has found that the pool of American hunters is much larger than ...

  • State DEC to issue 5,000 extra deer-hunting permits

    Posted November 3, 2010 by Chris Avena

    State DEC to issue 5,000 extra deer-hunting permits By Adam Bosch Published: 2:00 AM - 11/03/10 State environment regulators will be handing out 5,000 extra deer-hunting permits across the state, including 890 in our region.The state Department of Environmental Conservation said last week it rece...

  • Working to Keep a Heritage Relevant

    Posted November 3, 2010 by Chris Avena

    Working to Keep a Heritage Relevant By ERIK ECKHOLM Published: September 25, 2010 HAMBURG, Pa. — To millions of Americans, autumn means not just N.F.L. games and the World Series but also the start of hunting season — a few months packed with chances to stalk deer, bear, ducks and dov...

  • Victor Hunting Safaris Africa

    Posted November 3, 2010 by Clement Victor

    The name says it all! www.victorhunt.com

  • Hunting and Fishing: Bright Stars of the American Economy

    Posted November 2, 2010 by Chris Avena

    Hunting and Fishing: Bright Stars of the American Economy A force as big as all outdoors  A dollar here. A hundred dollars there. It adds up to more than you might think. America’s 34 million hunters and anglers are an economic powerhouse, driving the economy. They’re passionate a...

  • Remington 700 - Is it Safe?

    Posted October 29, 2010 by Chris Avena

    Critical safety questions at Remington Arms Two dozen deaths, more than 100 injuries linked to Model 700 rifle By Scott Cohn Correspondent CNBC CNBC updated 10/20/2010 6:31:19 PM ET 2010-10-20T22:31:19 A 10-month investigation by CNBC has found that at least two dozen deaths and more than 1...

  • Bow Season 2010

    Posted October 28, 2010 by Chris Avena

    October 16th was a very cold and windy opening day for bow season this year. I barely saw chip monks running around the woods let alone a deer. At one point, the wind was blowing so hard that my tree stand was moving from side to side. I thought that I was going to get sea sick. Around mid afte...

  • Deer Ticks

    Posted October 12, 2010 by Chris Avena

    LYME-DISEASE CARRIERS Deer ticks spreading, pose risk to hunters   Saturday, October 9, 2010  02:56 AM   By Frank Thomas THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH Black-legged ticks, at lower right, sometimes called deer ticks, are considerably smaller than the more common dog tick. Four-season...

  • Going to lease Wednesday

    Posted October 4, 2010 by Roy King

    Well going to the lease this Wednesday see if my crossbow can stick any deer on my #2 blind site and will night hunt hogs off my #1 feeder.  Let you know how it went when I get back next Saturday... 

  • Broadheads

    Posted September 27, 2010 by Chris Avena

      What is the Best Broadhead that you have used for Hunting? Fixed or Mechanical? What is your Prefrance What is the Worst Broadhead that you have Used

  • Cost of Ammo

    Posted September 26, 2010 by Chris Avena

    I went to the Sporting goods store to buy some ammo yesterday for my 308. I havent purchased any ammo in about a year because i Had a few boxes stocked up. Well- I picked up a box of Federal & to my Surprise~ It Cost $52.00 for a box of 20 Rounds!! WTF!! Where can we buy ammo for a reasonable p...

  • Week End At The Cabin Reparing Feeders And Remounting Trail Cams

    Posted September 19, 2010 by Dave Burgis

    Man Those Bear,s had fun pulling down the Trail Cams and trying to eat the feeder,s as well as its contents!! at one feeder station the camera was untouched but the bear climbed the tree and snapped the roap that the feeder hangs on and dragged the feeder 100yrds of in the woods the motor still work...

  • BOW HUNTING

    Posted September 12, 2010 by Bobby D House

     HAVE PROPERTY I WILL BE FILMING THIS YEAR HUNT ON TO START, THEN WILL BE GOING TO A FRIENDS LAND TO HUNT THEN END UP BACK AT MINE FOR BOW SEASON. STARTED ARCHER LESSONS FOR THE YEAR. GOT THE CAMPER ALL READY AND THE DOG HOUSE BUILT. BEEN A VERY PRODUCTIVE START OF THE HUNTING SEASON. FOR THOSE...

  • African hunts for $195/day

    Posted August 11, 2010 by Henry Griffiths

       Traditional Tented African Safari - 2011 Season     What we offer with the traditional tented safari is the chance to come and hunt Africa the way it was a 100 years ago. Come and enjoy your stay in a tented fly camp with all that is needed to make your hunt an enjoyable A...

  • 10 pt. Velvet Kansas Buck on our trail cam

    Posted July 7, 2010 by Outdoors Sportsman Club Brandon

    10 pt. Velvet Kansas Buck on our trail cam please register to view pics. http://outdoorssporstmanclub.com Bow Hunting Section

  • Ted Nugent calls Obama 'clueless, rookie president'

    Posted July 3, 2010 by Alexis Martinez

    Ted Nugent commented last thursday about  the Supreme Court 5-4 ruling on June 28 that extended the Second Amendment to states and cities.  It was pub lished on the Washington Times: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/jul/1/black-robers-need-to-read-the-constitution/?page=1 Extrac...

  • NAMIBIA: Desert Elephant

    Posted July 1, 2010 by Roger Coomber

    Namibia’s often harsh environment sometimes compels animals like elephant to travel great distances in order to find sufficient water and food. The outskirts of the Namib, though, offer sufficient food in times of good rainfall, with the big periodic rivers like the Ugab, Hoanib and Hoarusib functio...

  • Crossing my fingers this time

    Posted June 25, 2010 by Cody Jackson

    So, Found out that there has been huge clitches in the process for the new clothing line.  According to the latest contact information, they are to be sending the samples to me on Monday so Sunday night our time.  My pics for proof of product are supposed to be in my email tomorrow? We wil...

  • Filming your hunts questions

    Posted June 23, 2010 by Derek St.Romain

     Ok, i am just starting out filming my hunts...finally! And I am gonna start out slowly and do some experimenting on my own but was wondering... A_ do any of you guy's that film use a bow mounted camera? I just ordered a bow mount for my little camera and was wondering how well this works...

  • Crooked Horn Outfitter Trail Light Review

    Posted June 20, 2010 by Outdoors Sportsman Club Brandon

      <!--Session data-->   I have received my Crooked Horn Outfitter Trail lights and I went to test them out. I drove out to my hunting spot the other morning put on my trail lights and well to be honest with you I loved them, you can can point one of them straight in front of you a...

  • Gulf Coast Oil Spill

    Posted June 20, 2010 by Alexis Martinez

    I am concerned about this oil spill, from the point of view of waterfowl and waterbirds.  This situation has the potential to affect the waterfowl populations when the migrations starts.  Six month are not enough to clean and restore the wetlands that are being affected by the oil.  T...

  • U.S. reverses stance on treaty to regulate arms trade

    Posted June 10, 2010 by Alexis Martinez

      I received an email about a possible ban on firearms trade. The article was published on Reuters website. Enclosed is the article, please read it. Just wanted to pass the word around. U.S. reverses stance on treaty to regulate arms trade (Reuters) - The United States reversed policy on Wed...

  • Selecting that Outfitter

    Posted June 6, 2010 by Kansasfarmlandoutfitter

    As a deer hunter what are those things that you look for before you put  money down on a Deer Hunt!!!!

  • What State Has The Best Deer Hunting?

    Posted June 1, 2010 by Chris Avena

    The Big Debate - What State has the best Deer Hunting? Texas? Kansas? Alabama? Lets hear what you have to say - If you have some pics to Prove you point - Even Better  

  • Manufacturer on track

    Posted May 25, 2010 by Cody Jackson

    Ok, so by tomorrow morning i am supposed to have an email with my samples ready for my proofing? I also will have colors and camo patterns to choose from thats comparable to my own pattern. If all happens like the Manufacturer says.....Then i should have the actual samples and prototypes in my hand ...

  • What Makes a Hunter??

    Posted May 22, 2010 by Chris Avena

    I just got this months issue of Petersen's Hunting- There was an interesting article about "What Makes A Hunter" by Michael Waddel In Truth - What is it that defines the type of hunter you are? Is it how hard you hunt? How often you go? The trophy you drag back to camp? Is someone less of a ...

  • Guns

    Posted May 21, 2010 by Mike Lopez

    What kinds of guns do you guys/gals own?   What kinds of guns do you guys/gals do you think are must haves? 

  • NEW HUNTER

    Posted May 21, 2010 by Mike Lopez

     Hello to all, my name is Mike.  I recently purchased my first guns.  A Marlin 336 in 30-30 winchester, and a mossberg 500 in a 20 gauge. i also have a 12 gauge, but thats for home defense purposes.  my main reason for starting this topic is because i am very interested in huntin...

  • Video Confrence tonight

    Posted May 20, 2010 by Cody Jackson

    I have a scheduled video confrence with my manufacturer tonight at 1130pm, which is 1030am in Pakistan. Im in hopes this will go awesome so i can see my completed sample for proof by memorial day weekend.

  • New line of clothing

    Posted May 19, 2010 by Cody Jackson

    Well, I am just waiting to hear back from my Manufacturer in Switzerland for a ETA of the first line of products that i have designed and patented.  Please stay tuned and go to the site and check it out and sign my guestbook.  www.closinthegap.com  I have a planned trip to Eugene Oreg...

  • Outdoors Sportsman Club

    Posted May 16, 2010 by Outdoors Sportsman Club Brandon

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  • The five mistakes commonly made calling at night.

    Posted May 14, 2010 by Joey Parks

    1. Most callers will be calling and get a set of eyes at long distance and have the animal coming in and take the light off for seconds to look in other directions for additional eyes and the predator coming in will see them in the back of the truck or in the high rack and go off.   2. As the...

  • John De Falco

    Posted May 7, 2010 by John DeFalco

    ....is cleaning his shotgun

  • Our Right

    Posted April 23, 2010 by Chris Avena

      “Americans have the right and advantage of being armed, unlike the people of other countries, whose leaders are afraid to trust them with arms.”   ~ James Madison~