CWD Senate Bill Lead

Why Senate’s Consideration of $70M Bill Combating Chronic Wasting Disease Is Vital

With CWD now in 30 states, the bill would fund disease research and management.

Henry Repeating Arms Donates $50,000 for Veteran Support to The American Legion

In support of America’s military veterans, Henry Repeating Arms President Andy Wickstrom presented a $50,000 check to The American Legion at the organization’s national convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Why Deer Hunting Is Safer Today Than Ever Before

Deer hunting has indeed become safer over time, primarily because hunters have become safer. It all began decades ago with the advent of first voluntary then mandatory hunter safety training, and blaze-orange requirements in the deer woods and upland fields.

Member's Hunt: A Tale of Two Trophies

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Robert Sorenson of Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

South Dakota 15-Year-Old Wins National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest

A young artist from South Dakota has taken top honors at the National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest. A green-winged teal by 15-year-old Madison Grimm will grace the 2022-2023 Junior Duck Stamp, which raises funds to educate and engage our nation’s youth in wildlife and wetlands conservation and outdoor recreation.

Turkey Population Declines Make Hunters Accept Change

Even as turkey populations nationwide have declined, turkey hunters have remained optimistic. That attitude stands in contrast to hunters overall, particularly deer hunters, who seem grumpier all the time. Game agencies weigh these attitudes as they seek ways to reduce turkey harvests without reducing hunter satisfaction.

Henry Repeating Arms Celebrates 25 Years

Henry Repeating Arms has begun its 25-year celebration as one of the country’s largest long-gun manufacturers and lever-action manufacturers.

Research: Shooting More Bucks Reduces CWD

Harvest data from Western states and provinces suggest shooting more bucks one year reduces the prevalence of chronic wasting disease the next. What’s more, the pressure on the buck segment seems to be more effective if the harvest occurs near or during the rut.

Scientific Management Frustrated Again as Wolves Relisted

A federal judge in California has restored federal protections to gray wolf populations in the Lower 48 (as this wording is a little confusing, note that this ruling does not affect wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming).

Judge Rules on Suspended Wisconsin Wolf Hunt

A Jefferson County judge has ruled the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) violated the law when it chose not to hold a wolf hunt in February 2021, in the wake of the animal's removal from the endangered species list.

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