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Montana Seeks to End Protections for Glacier-Area Grizzlies

Montana is asking the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to lift threatened species protections for grizzly bears in the northern portion of the state, including areas in and around Glacier National Park, officials have said

Yooper Grouse: A Date with the King

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is home to some of the most rewarding and torturous grouse habitat in the country. Grouse hunters who flock there wouldn’t have it any other way.

Making Tracks: Rungu Dualie Rugged

The Dualie is a Class 3 e-bike made for offroad use with pedal assist, a throttle and a top speed of 26 mph. Powering through soft sand, snow up to 9 inches deep, through mud and over trail obstacles—it’s all made possible by the dual front wheels of a Rungu Dualie.

Know-How: Walk Away to Small-Game Hunting

If competition for big game like whitetails and elk has you questioning the sanity of arising early, just walk away from it … and into the uncomplicated life of hunting small game.

Questions and Answers to Arizona's Trail Cam Ban

We interviewed AZGFD regional supervisor Larry Phoenix on the recent decision to ban the use of trail cameras on Arizona’s hunting grounds.

Why You Should Test Run Your Fall Hunting Camp This Summer

The night before opening day is too late to learn that you’re missing tent poles or the moths ate holes in your sleeping bags. And opening day is too late to learn you've picked a game unit with more hunters than game. Best do a test-run.

Public Land Hunting Etiquette

Here are some simple but significant “unwritten” rules you should always follow when hunting public land.

There's No Place Like Kansas

Kansas' almost 46 million acres of farmland provide a plethora of food for the state's whitetail herd, a veritable yellow brick road paved in corn and wheat. Add to that available mast browse and relatively mild winters, and you've got the makings for big-racked bucks. Would all those factors coincide to put a giant in front of the author? Only time in a stand will tell.

Rut Strategies: Hunt Wide-Open

Deer hunters know the rut produces unpredictable behavior in bucks. Acknowledge that, and you’ll understand why November is not the month to remain conservative. Instead “open the throttle” and hunt hard.

10 Tips for Hunting Public Land Bucks

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.

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