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    I’ve always felt that one of the keys to successful hunting and fishing is an understanding of your quarry as a living thing, and not the object of conquest. The more we know about what we’re after, along with the natural world that they inhabit, the better we will be...

  • Anti-Hunters Target Florida Bear Hunt

    Florida’s first bear season in more than two decades could be in jeopardy, as activists filed suit July 31 to halt the planned October hunt. An Orlando Sentinel article said Speak Up Wekiva, a central Florida watershed conservation group, and Chuck O’Neal, an environmental activist with the League of Women...

  • Guns and Fun in Edgefield

    Do you like shotguns? Sure you do. How about sporting clays mixed with a little competition? The annual National Wild Turkey Federation ( NWTF ) Turkey Shoot will take place at the Palmetto Shooting Complex August 13-16. It's guns and fun in Edgefield, South Carolina time. The general public is...

  • Chevy's Colorado Has This Big Truck Guy Thinking

    I've got a big truck. And I'm not sure how folks live without them. I've known guys who drive "toy" trucks. I've needled them mercilessly for doing so. That said, there are plenty of times when I find myself thinking that maybe a smaller vehicle wouldn't be such a bad...

  • Kids and Guns: The Traditional Approach

    Teaching kids about hunting and firearms can be tough . So there's something to be said for the modern approach to educating youth on firearms. While I agree with many of its methods, I go about things a bit differently. These days, kids receive instant gratification in everything they do...

  • Huge Pythons Captured in Florida and Missouri

    An animal that's not even supposed to be living in the wilds of North America is making big news this month for its capture in Florida and Missouri. A permitted python researcher caught a massive Burmese python in the Everglades National Park in Florida last week. The 18-foot, 3-inch Burmese...

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