On today’s show, Tony talks about why it’s beneficial to expand your hunting horizons beyond whitetails - and how doing so can make you more lethal in the deer woods.
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On March 30, the Federal Subsistence Board voted unanimously to approve Wildlife Special Action 21-01a, which will close millions of acres of public lands in northwestern Alaska to caribou and moose hunting by most non-locals for at least the next two hunting seasons.
The effort was led by local subsistence hunters who believe that pressure from outsiders has something to do with delayed caribou migrations and declining moose populations, despite...
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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 sale of America’s public lands. It was a dangerous idea, and hunters, anglers and other outdoorsy folks made a lot of noise about it. The good news...
A monstrous splash disrupted the otherwise predictable rumble of the river. I turned from the water in front of me to where I thought my buddy Chris stood a hundred yards away.
I couldn’t see squat. It was a little after 2 a.m and raining just enough to be annoying. Chris and I had driven from Idaho Falls to the Missouri River in Montana, stopping at the Henry’s Fork and Beaverhead rivers along the way. We’d chewed up enough miles to wear me out...