TK F&S HONOR BADGE STORY
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by Colin Kearns
38m ago
TK The post TK F&S HONOR BADGE STORY appeared first on Field & Stream. Articles may contain affiliate links which enable us to share in the revenue of any purchases made ..read more
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New Rule Will Change the Way the Federal Government Manages 245 Million Acres of Public Land
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by Travis Hall
2h ago
The BLM manages more public land than any other federal agency. BLM. Late last week, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) published the final version of its “Conservation and Landscape Health Rule.” After more than a year of deliberation with various stakeholders—including hunting and fishing-focused conservation groups like the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (BHA)—the rule will add conservation to a list of priorities that the BLM must juggle when managing its vast holding across the American West. Other priorities already on the list ..read more
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How to Fish the Best Day of the Spawn No. 4: April 23
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by Shaye Baker
6h ago
G. Loomis We’ve been teaming up with expert bass anglers in recent weeks to predict and break down some of the best days of the spawn, and based on what they’ve told us, it’s safe to say there will be no day better in 2024 than April 23rd. Big female bass will be shallow, hungry, and ornery—a great combination if you want them to hammer a bait dragged into their beds. Mid to late April is generally prime spawning time across a wide swath through the middle of the country. What surprised, however, was that when asked the five experts we handpicked from throughout the country for this series, t ..read more
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Why Earth Day Should Matter to Hunters and Anglers
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by Hal Herring
8h ago
Plenty of hunters and anglers have paddled the Boundary Waters in search of adventure. Getty/Steve Prorak/EyeEm From the Driftless Region to the Northwoods, the heartland state of Wisconsin has given America some of its greatest hunters, anglers, and conservationists. John Muir, who would influence Theodore Roosevelt to create what would become the system of National Forests, was raised in Portage. Sigurd F. Olson, the writer and adventurer who fought for the creation of the Boundary Waters Wilderness Canoe Area and helped to write the Wilderness Act of 1964, was raised in Ashland. The migh ..read more
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This Is the Best Moultrie Trail Camera—And It’s 45% Off Right Now
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by Amanda Oliver
1d ago
We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn more › It’s no secret that Moultrie trail cameras are some of the best out there. Time and time again, they’re top performers in our cellular trail camera tests. The Moultrie Edge is one that especially, well, edges out the competition for its image quality and durability. And right now the upgraded Moultrie Mobile Edge Pro trail camera is on sale for nearly half off at Cabela’s. For a limited time, you can snag the camera for under $100. That’s too good of a deal to pass up. SEE IT ..read more
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Don’t Miss the First Ever Field & Stream Music Fest!
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by Colin Kearns
1d ago
What more could you want from October? Big-game seasons—for whitetail and mule deer, for elk and pronghorn—are at or near their peak. All over the country, gun dogs are flushing birds and retrieving ducks. You can tag a fall turkey for Thanksgiving supper and snipe a limit of squirrels for a pot of Brunswick stew. And the fishing isn’t too shabby either—with runs of steelhead and stripers, autumn hatches on trout streams, and slab crappies putting on the feedback ahead of winter. Hemingway put it best when he wrote, “Best of all, he loved the fall.” This October, there’s going to be even more ..read more
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Watch: People Harass, Pull Bear Cubs Out of Tree
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by Sage Marshall
3d ago
One of the cubs was injured during the incident and the other is still at large. NCWRC. A group of people near an apartment complex in Asheville, North Carolina unwisely approached and harassed two tiny black bear cubs—and an onlooker captured the whole thing on video. The footage shows a brazen group of people prying the bear cubs from a small tree with no regard for their own or the bears’ safety; then they take selfies with the young critters. Learn how to subscribe to the new Field & Stream magazine here! “I don’t know what to do,” one of the onlooking videographers can be heard sayin ..read more
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The Gobble Report: Here’s When Turkeys Will Talk, Strut, and Come to Your Calls
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by Will Brantley
3d ago
A spring gobbler sounds off. John Hafner Photography Everyone knows that turkeys gobble best on calm, clear mornings, right? And that while a classic fly-down hunt at daybreak is memorable, midmorning, after hens go to nest, is the more productive time to kill a tom. And, of course, the best time to hunt is the early season, before the weeds get too tall and the turkeys are finished gobbling for the year. Yet we see exceptions to every rule during every season. Just a few days ago, I had an awesome hunt in Tennessee in the pouring-down rain, with turkeys gobbling everywhere. Sure, studies hav ..read more
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Feds to Deny Proposed Mining Road Through Alaska’s Famed Brooks Range
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by Travis Hall
3d ago
The Brooks Range is home to moose, caribou, dall sheep, and other iconic big game species. Jim Dau. Back in November, Field & Stream reported on a growing movement to stop a proposed industrial road through the heart of one of Alaska’s most pristine hunting and fishing destinations. The so-called Ambler Road would have stretched for 211-miles, providing foreign mining outfits ready access into mineral deposits in the foothills of the southern Brooks Range, near Alaska’s Arctic Circle. It also would have had posed grave threats to iconic wildlife species like sheefish and barren ground car ..read more
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Snook Fishing 101: A Beginner’s Guide
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by Max Inchausti
3d ago
A fly angler holds up a snook caught near Fort Myers, Florida. Ryan Chelius In many ways, snook are the ultimate gamefish. They are extremely aggressive, fight hard, and grow to impressive sizes. Snook eat topwater baits, subsurface lures, and flies, offering something for type every angler. Not to mention, they can be chased year-round in Sunshine State. While you can catch snook in a few other areas along the Gulf Coast, Florida is meca—whether you want to catch a bunch of snook or specifically target trophy-caliber fish. Most commonly found in inshore fisheries, snook are one of the most a ..read more
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