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Indiana and Kansas Add Right to Hunt Amendments

Hunters in Indiana and Kansas scored landslide victories during the 2016 General Election when voters overwhelmingly approved adding an amendment to each state’s constitution that preserves the right to hunt.

Field Test: Long Beard XR 20-Gauge Shotshells

Winchester's popular Long Beard XR is finally available in a 20 gauge—and it exceeds expectations.

Photos: Chasing Velvet Bucks in Kansas

Our Web Managing Editor, Shawn Skipper, recently joined Federal Premium for an early-season muzzleloader hunt in Kansas. Get a closer look at the trip with this gallery.

Sage Grouse Live!

Sage grouse, prairie chickens and sharptails have disappeared from parts of our country where they were once common. But proper management can restore these tall-grass species, if hunter-conservationists do their part. Here’s how to hunt the strongholds where they remain—and become inspired about the revival of our native gamebirds.

Member's Hunt: My Best Bow Buck

This most recent Member's Hunt comes from Jeff Kilgo of McLouth, Kan.

4 States, 4 Tactics, 4 Turkeys

A strut across four states yields four (er, five) nice toms, a bit of ribbing and a pile of advice for anyone in pursuit of a grand slam.

A Rio Grande Daily Double

Web Managing Editor Shawn Skipper sought his first turkey on a trip to northwestern Kansas. He left the Sunflower State with a pair.

Kansas Big-Game Application Deadline is Today!

Today, Apr. 25, is the application deadline for Kansas so here's a reminder to put in for your tag by midnight tonight.

A Rifle Hunter's First Bowhunting Buck

A rifle hunter catches the bowhunting bug, becomes a better hunter and bags a fiancé along the way. Still, her hardest-earned “trophy” will be a mature whitetail buck.

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