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Maggie Hudlow

Maggie Hudlow

Maggie Hudlow is an assistant editor for MeatEater who has studied English Writing and Culinary Arts. She’s a Wyoming woman, lifelong fly-fisher, and aspiring hunter. She has high hopes to fill the freezer and develop some topnotch recipes this year.

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Florida Men Face Charges for Dragging Tiger Shark Upriver

Wildlife Management

Florida Men Face Charges for Dragging Tiger Shark Upriver

This article comes from the Bent Fishing Podcast’s “Fish News” segment, where hosts Joe Cermele and Miles Nolte go head-to-head to find and report the most interesting and amusing fishy stories across sources far and wide—from respected scientific journals to trashy tabloids. Joseph Wilson had never...
Colorado Woman Killed by Black Bear While Walking Dogs

Black Bear

Colorado Woman Killed by Black Bear While Walking Dogs

Laney Malavolta was found dead north of Durango, Colorado, on April 30 in a wooded area near U.S. Highway 550. Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the La Plata County Coroner’s Office confirmed Tuesday that Malavolta’s death was the result of a black bear attack. According to a press release by CPW, 3...
Volunteers Needed to Cull Hundreds of Grand Canyon Bison

Wildlife Management

Volunteers Needed to Cull Hundreds of Grand Canyon Bison

The National Park Service is seeking volunteers to kill bison on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Arizona Game and Fish and the NPS entered an agreement on Sept. 25, 2020 to reduce the number of bison on the North Rim. Because this herd does not have any predators in the area it is...
Two Men Charged for Poaching Wolves From Helicopter

Wildlife Management

Two Men Charged for Poaching Wolves From Helicopter

On Mar. 3, two men poached wolves by helicopter in Montana’s Big Hole Valley. Neither Dalton Tamcke of Wisdom nor Justin Peterson of Dillon had wolf tags or permission to hunt on the Mark Clemow Ranch where they shot the wolves. Killing wolves from a helicopter is illegal in Montana. Tamcke and...
Angler Killed by Grizzly in First Attack of 2021

Predators

Angler Killed by Grizzly in First Attack of 2021

Carl Mock was enjoying a day of spring fishing on the Madison River north of West Yellowstone, Montana, on Thursday, April 15 when he was mauled by a big, boar grizzly bear. The 40-year-old resident of West Yellowstone managed to call 911 despite suffering significant scalp and facial wounds...
Video: Florida Man Charged for Diving in Bass Pro Fish Tank

Freshwater

Video: Florida Man Charged for Diving in Bass Pro Fish Tank

This article comes from the Bent Fishing Podcast’s “Fish News” segment, where hosts Joe Cermele and Miles Nolte go head-to-head to find and report the most interesting and amusing fishy stories across sources far and wide—from respected scientific journals to trashy tabloids. Rest easy, Florida...
How to Cook with Dried Morels

Cooking Techniques

How to Cook with Dried Morels

Nothing makes me more excited for spring than the prospect of picking a pile of morels. Once things start to green up, my thoughts become more and more occupied by the promise of the earthy aromatic. If you’re fortunate enough to have a big harvest this season, take what you don’t immediately eat or...
Fish Eggs and Duck Guts: An Old Myth Redefined

Freshwater

Fish Eggs and Duck Guts: An Old Myth Redefined

This article comes from the Bent Fishing Podcast’s “Fish News” segment, where hosts Joe Cermele and Miles Nolte go head-to-head to find and report the most interesting and amusing fishy stories across sources far and wide—from respected scientific journals to trashy tabloids. A few years ago, our...
Photos: Angler Breaks Idaho Perch Record

Ice Fishing

Photos: Angler Breaks Idaho Perch Record

On Tuesday, March 9, Adam Mann of Mosinee, Wisconsin, landed a 3.22-pound, 16.25-inch-long perch out of Lake Cascade in Idaho. “I pulled what looked like a football out of the ice and stared at it for about five seconds before I just started yelling,” Mann told MeatEater. “I laid it next to the...
Hunters Rally to End Sunday Hunting Ban in North Carolina

Policy & Legislation

Hunters Rally to End Sunday Hunting Ban in North Carolina

For the first time since 1869, public lands will be open to hunting on Sundays in North Carolina. The Tar Heel State had been one of four states with outright hunting bans on Sunday, but that ends on Aug. 1, 2021. One hundred forty years after the 1869 “blue law” banned hunting on the Sabbath, the...