Established in 1972, National Hunting and Fishing Day celebrates and recognizes hunters and anglers for their immense contributions to fish and wildlife conservation and to society.
Grover Cleveland is remembered by most Americans as the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms, but along with Teddy Roosevelt he also was a president who hunted. Before Roosevelt, Cleveland set aside millions of acres of Western habitat for public use.
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In 2013, only weeks before the annual “Harrisburg show” was to begin, the event’s producer announced it had banned the sale or display of AR-style rifles. The sporting world was angered, and responded en masse to force a boycott. A year later, the NRA stepped in to rebrand the event the Great American Outdoor Show.
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Secretary of the Interior proposes new hunting and fishing opportunities on 2.3 million acres of public land.
Hawaii is a relatively unknown sportsman’s paradise. Truth be known, there is more hunting opportunity to be found along the jungles and cliffs of the islands than in most of the mainland states.