Sometimes science calls for a shutdown of an area of saltwater to save a fish species, but how reliable is that science?
It’s the scariest phrase to anyone who enjoys shooting, and our Second Amendment rights are constantly under fire.
Can this legislation ensure pristine water quality, or are three-eyed fish the future?
Having a place to hunt and fish is the biggest problem facing sportsmen, and public lands is the solution.
Budget cuts are a reality that everyone is facing, but outdoor conservation issues are seeing more than their fair share of cutbacks.
The President of the United States has the power to appoint federal judges that may completely change the second amendment and threaten gun ownership.
Whether they’ve been introduced illegally or stocked, non-native species are threatening our native fish populations.
Will states allow reciprocity for concealed carry?
Vital for habitat conservation on private lands, will the 2012 Farm Bill zero out the CRP?
Will the quest for American energy independence completely trump protection for our nation’s fish and wildlife habitats?
The rising cost of nonresident hunting licenses is making it more and more difficult for average hunters to afford to hunt outside of their home state.
From sinkers to bullets, the push to get lead out of our sports is gaining steam.
The battle between recreational and commercial fishermen shows its ugly face in the allotment of catch shares.
Improving wildlife diversity through the Endangered Species Act is great, until these protected animals start running rampant with no management strategies.
As recreational shooters and hunters increasingly enjoy the use of modern sporting rifles, an assault weapon ban could seriously hamper this right.
Where does private land stop and public fishing waters begin?
On the seventh day, God rested, but should hunters be forced to rest as well?