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Hunting is a highly regulated activity in the USA. Wildlife is managed at the state level, with state game agencies, supported by license sales, deciding who gets to hunt what, where and how.
These rules and regulations can and do change annually and are published in a booklet and online. Each state’s regs are different and it is the hunter’s responsibility to get a hold of a copy and study and know the laws inside and out. The information below...
We were posted up on a hillside during what seemed like a lull in the morning, glassing and wondering where that big buck we saw at first light had wandered. I turned to Katie Hill, asking some extraneous question to occupy my agitated thoughts when suddenly she yanked the hood of my jacket towards the ground and whisper-yelled at me.
“Get down. They’re right behind you.”
Anxiety as an Adult-Onset Hunter
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about...
Fishing guides and emergency room doctors can’t help but recall gory wounds and pasty faces when hearing the phrase, “get hooked on fishing.”
After all, those professionals must often remove fish hooks from the ears, hands, fingers, and other body parts of panicky victims. Guides are often the casualty or the extraction expert, given that they must constantly attach lures, net fish, and unhook fish; and then stand again in harm’s way as clients...