MISSOULA, Mont.—Sportsmen and women now have permanent access to 3,800 acres of National Forest land in central Utah thanks to a collaborative effort between the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Manti-La Sal National Forest, Back Country Horsemen of Utah and Emery County.
“This project shows how working together can bring about improved public access that benefits hunters, hikers, horseback riders and so many other people who enjoy our national forests,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer. Continue reading
Grand Prairie, TX- Stealth Cam®, continuing their innovative dominance on the trail camera market, announces a May 2017 release on the first trail camera featuring 30MP resolution and Ultra HD, 4K Video technology.
Stealth Cam is committed to producing products capable of providing the clearest images and the DS4K has every feature to help deliver these expectations. Continue reading
Chatfield, MN – In December of 2015, Terry Edwards of San Carlos, Arizona took an incredible Coues deer that may be the new Pope and Young Club Non-Typical World’s Record.
“My heart was racing and I could hear it beating loud in my ears. My hunting partner Trevor Chapman shared many words of excitement as we followed the blood trail. I knew I had shot one of the biggest deer I had ever laid eyes on, but little did I know he would be a potential P&Y World’s Record. I was just happy to fill my tag. Continue reading
Sparta, Wisconsin – Mission Archery specializes in creating bows that hit the sweet spot between performance and price. For 2017, we are excited to introduce two highly adjustable bows to our line – The Zone and Hype® DTX.
“These new bows feature proven technologies from our premier bow line to offer best-in-class performance and shootability,” said Mathews VP of Sales and Marketing, Brad Treu. “Whether you’re an experienced archer or just getting into the sport, Mission Archery has a bow that fits your specific needs.” Continue reading
No cases found in 750-plus samples tested from latest hunting seasons
PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department has announced that Arizona continues to be clear of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a neurodegenerative wildlife disease that is fatal to deer and elk.
Department officials did not find any cases of CWD in the 750-plus deer (mule and white-tailed) and elk that were harvested by hunters and voluntarily submitted for testing in 2016. Game and Fish has been testing for the presence of the disease in Arizona since 1998. While CWD has been found in the neighboring states of Utah, New Mexico and Colorado, the disease has not been detected in Arizona. Continue reading