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Remington Offers Facility in Ilion, NY, to Help State Fight COVID-19

The CEO of Remington Arms, Ken D’Arcy, says the company’s plant in Ilion, NY could produce various medical supplies if New York governor Andrew Cuomo requests aid from the company.

Archery Elk Could Be New Pennsylvania Record

Pennsylvania hunting history was made when the state’s inaugural archery elk season opened on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. Jim Lickfeld of Williamsville, N.Y., killed Pennsylvania's first archery-season bull elk, and it could become the No. 1 state record.

Oklahoma Teen Tags Potential New State-Record Whitetail

Eighteen-year-old Guner Womack recently killed a buck on family-owned property in Pawnee County that will likely become the new Oklahoma state record.

Poached Deer is Potential Florida State Record

A 23-point buck that could be a new Florida state record was poached last October. The buck was initially measured by a Boone and Crockett Club official and grossed a green-score of 207 inches, putting it in the class of the current state record.

5 Tips for Getting Along With the Game Warden

Game Wardens, Conservation Officers, Natural Resources Police Officers, whatever they are called in your state, have a tough job. Make their job, and your life, easier by following these five tips.

Know-How: Deer Hunt App to Track Top Tactics

The latest smartphone app developed by researchers at Mississippi State University will likely deliver unprecedented scientific insights into deer hunters and hunting tactics.

Potential New State-Record Elk Killed in Nebraska

14-year-old Hannah Helmer may be joining the record books. Last month, Helmer killed an elk that could soon be named the all-time Nebraska state record.

Michigan to Allow Coyote Hunting Year-Round

In April, the Michigan Natural Resources Commission approved measures to expand coyote hunting in the state as well as extensions on the taking of other furbearers.

Anti-Hunters Pushing Trophy Import Bans in NJ and Surrounding States

As animal rights groups lobby for "Cecil’s Laws" in several northeastern states, here is the status of such bills, which only derail African wildlife conservation efforts and punish American hunters.

Oregon: Poachers Busted for Killing Bighorn Sheep

According to The Oregonian, two men were arrested last week after a driver on nearby Interstate 84 in Columbia River Gorge spotted a figure apparently bending over the body of a dead big game animal. The duo was later charged with poaching two trophy bighorn sheep.

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