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Idaho Discount Highlights Veteran Hunting Programs Nationwide

A Navy veteran and his buddy discover discounted hunting in Idaho. The program highlights similar efforts by states nationwide to treat resident and nonresident veterans.

Guide to Hunter Mentor Programs

Scouring the internet in search of hunting mentor programs can be a pain, so we’ve done the legwork for you. Here’s our list of mentor hunting programs, state by state, as well as some non-governmental organizations (NGOs) new hunters may find helpful before they go afield in pursuit of game.

NRA-ILA on the March for Hunters

Sunday Hunting Pushed in NC, PA; Apprentice Hunting Program Grows to 38 States; Bans on Ivory Sales Blocked in 15 States

Should Lion Hunting be Banned?

There is an effort underway to list the African Lion as an endangered species in the U.S. As the nation that produces the most lion hunters (60 percent according to African officials), such a designation would have a tremendous effect on the safari industry in Africa. But is it the right move for the lion?

HLF Member Spotlight: Robert Unkovic

Meet Hunters' Leadership Forum member Robert Unkovic.

First Light: Hunter Recruitment Efforts Shift to Adults

Acknowledging youth hunter recruitment efforts may not necessarily pay dividends, many states now focus additional effort on the 27- to 40-year-old adults, people who have the time, money and resources to hunt and take their kids hunting.

Join the Hunt: 5 Ways to Help Your Hunting Heritage

Supporting the next generation of hunters is crucial to our sport. Along with taking a newbie into the field to show him the ropes, there are several other behind-the-scenes opportunities to get involved and lend your experience to this worthy cause.

Turkey “Reaping” Safety Tips for Every Turkey Hunter

The NRA urges hunters to take extra safety precautions when using this technique.

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