Tag: hunting

books for new hunters

The Well-Read Sportsperson: Books For New Hunters

Books for New Hunters Building Knowledge and Skill Those of us who grew up in families where hunting was a long-held tradition often take for granted the enormous amount of knowledge that...

/ October 21, 2016
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Hunter Recruitment, Retention & Reactivation

The Imperative Of Hunter Recruitment “R3” is the acronym used for recruiting, retaining and reactivating hunters and anglers. Hunter recruitment and retention strategies have been discussed for some time. And, the same challenges...

/ September 9, 2016
Women in Train to Hunt Challenge

Do You Train To Hunt?

  “Let me explain the Montana rule…” This is how Kenton Clairmont addressed a group of athlete hunters recently at a Train To Hunt Challenge event held at the Chilakoot...

/ August 12, 2016
Iraq War Vet Erik Packard discusses how Wilderness Heals

Wilderness Heals Army Vet Struggling with PTSD

When Army Veteran Erik Packard returned from his second tour in Iraq he was struggling with PTSD.  He found it challenging to reconnect with life back at home that now seemed...

/ July 27, 2016
Male and female turkey by water

Habitat and Habits Of Wild Game | Thinking Like an Animal

Top 3 Things You Need to Know About Wildlife It’s really hard to do something well unless you know all the details, isn’t it? I remember trying to put one...

/ June 24, 2016

Do Hunters Conserve Wildlife?

Do hunters conserve wildlife? This is a question put to two teams recently as part of the Intelligence Squared US debate. If you’re not familiar with the format of this...

/ May 27, 2016

We’re All Born Hunters…

Film Producer Clay Hayes discusses bowhunting and hunting traditions in his film Untamed.

/ August 23, 2015

Book Review: DEERLAND

DEERLAND is a book from Lyons Press and written by Al Cambronne. It takes a thoughtful look at the complexities that surround the wild deer herd in America. As a...

/ March 1, 2015

Are You A Modern Carnivore?

Do you know where that steak on your plate came from? Are you interested in being more connected to your food, and it's sources? Learn what the Modern Carnivore movement...

/ December 15, 2012