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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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4 Men Sentenced for Poaching Nearly 100 Turkeys

Editor’s Note: MeatEater mistakenly included images of the wrong people in the earlier version of this story. We’re very sorry for that error and apologize to anyone affected. Four southwest Mississippi men have been sentenced for poaching wild turkeys in multiple states. In addition to killing in...

Wildlife Management

Texas Freeze Kills Thousands of Fish Along Gulf Coast

Texas is many things—but prepared for severe winter storms is not necessarily one of them. It’s not just the infrastructure or the folks, some critters aren’t really equipped for the cold either. To be fair, the Lone Star State hasn’t seen a storm of this magnitude since the ’80s, so why should they...

Wildlife Management

Poachers Busted for Killing Deer on Military Base

After years of investigations involving multiple agencies, Gregory Frikken, James Nunley, and Michael Smith have pleaded guilty to federal charges of trespassing and illegally harvesting whitetails in Fort Riley, Kansas. According to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the trio had been...

Wildlife Management

Oregon Man Sentenced for Poaching in National Park

Adrian Wood of White City, Oregon, was sentenced last week for poaching elk in Crater Lake National Park. His penalties include $42,500 in restitution paid to the National Park Service,  a six-month detention at a residential reentry center, and five years of federal probation, which includes loss...

Wildlife Management

Historic Wyoming Elk Feedgrounds Face Disease and Debate 

I grew up in Pinedale, Wyoming, and the Upper Green River has always been a sacred place to me. It’s where I learned to row a drift boat and caught my first fish on a dry fly, and the magic doesn’t stop in the winter. Riding a snowmachine through hundreds of elk on the way to ice fish with Square...