Through the remarkable vision of conservationists including NRA members, Americans today see wildlife thriving from sea to sea.
Fourteen-year-old Paslie Werth, of Cimarron, Kan., shot a massive deer on Sept. 6—a 42-point whitetail buck tallying a gross green score of 282 6/8 inches—while rifle hunting on family property with her father.
While the word “public” conjures visions of overcrowded parking lots and sparse game, those of us hunting public land this fall actually have millions of acres to roam. Do your research, and use this 10-point plan to take advantage of the bountiful public resource.
David Crockett's mythos is far more expansive than his exploits at the Alamo. The Tennessee-born frontier hero was a politician, solider, explorer and marksman; but most of all, he regarded himself as a hunter.
Famed conservationist Charles Sheldon is essentially solely responsible for the establishment of Alaska’s Denali National Park and Preserve. He was also a major hunter. And it’s at least due in part to that hunting prowess, along with his famed custom 6.5x53R rifle, that the Denali National Park and Preserve stands where and how it does today.