5 Things Kids Can Teach Us About Hunting

While there is much we can teach our kids about hunting, fishing, conservation and the environment, more often than not they can teach us, too.

10 Reasons Hunters Hate Summer

From the stifling heat, to the dwindling amount of wild game in the freezer, to insect bites and poison ivy, there's plenty for hunters to hate about the off-season.

Know-How: Your Very Own Public Cabin

A cabin is a lot like a boat or a horse in that it robs both time and money. So much time and money I haven’t bought or built my own cabin. Maybe you haven’t either. Well then, here’s how to get your own cabin in the Appalachians or the Rockies or Alaska for as little as $20 a night.

Women’s Wildlife Conservation Management Scholarship

The Women's Policies Committee of the National Rifle Association offers a renewable, one-year $1,000 scholarship. Know someone that should be applying? Here are the details.

The NRA Family that Hunts Together Stays Together

Truer words were never spoken about the Garrett family of Katy, Texas!

Beware of Predatory Charities' Holiday Scams

As we enjoy the season of giving, charities seem to come out of the woodwork. But with predatory charities such as the Humane Society of the United States also in the mix, be sure to research any organization before you give.

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Hunters

Here's what hunters across the country should be focusing on after the ball drops and leaves 2015 in the rear view mirror.

Sky is the Limit at 2016 SCI Hunters’ Convention

Fun and fellowship are center stage at this year's SCI Hunters' Convention .

How to Remain a Happily Married Hunter

Even though hunters are the marrying type, they often spar with their spouses each autumn about their time away from home.

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