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2018 Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Rendezvous & Public Land #Buslife – #WiredToHuntWeekly 44

Public Lands & Waters

2018 Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Rendezvous & Public Land #Buslife – #WiredToHuntWeekly 44

By Mark Kenyon Last weekend I headed out to Boise, Idaho for the 2018 Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Rendezvous. It was a great event packed with seminars, trainings, and social events all dedicated to the protection of our public lands, and hunting and fishing opportunities. In our latest vlog, I...
It’s Not Enough to Just #KeepItPublic

Public Lands & Waters

It’s Not Enough to Just #KeepItPublic

Watch this video. Take its message seriously. If you hunt or fish or camp or hike or recreate in any way on public land – or even if you just want the opportunity to do so someday – your voice is needed. You’ve likely seen and heard plenty over the past couple years about the threat of a transfer or...
A “Letter” All Hunters Should Read

Public Lands & Waters

A “Letter” All Hunters Should Read

It’s Monday, you know that feeling. And sitting at my desk this morning, staring at a slate gray sky outside my window, I found myself daydreaming. Sipping at my coffee, my mind’s eye took me to mountains and forests and rivers and swamps. Places I’ve sat with a bow in hand and places I hope to...
Bill HR 621 Dies – Public Land Stays Public

Public Lands & Waters

Bill HR 621 Dies – Public Land Stays Public

By Spencer Neuharth On January 24, a bill was referred to the House Committee of Natural Resources that aimed to get rid of over 3 million acres of public land. But because of the very loud voice of sportsmen and women across the country, on February 2, it will be withdrawn by the bill’s sponsor...