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Grizzlies make problem neighbors

March 8, 2019

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi and Congresswoman Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., introduced the Grizzly Bear State Management Act, on Feb. 28, which directs the Department of the Interior to re-issue its delisting decision and prohibits further judicial...


New Proposal Addresses Deer Firearm Regulations

February 14, 2019

Among South Dakota hunters, landowners, and wildlife managers, there has been a rift driving them to heated discussions and multiple new proposals regarding new ways firearm deer licenses are allocated. A fourth revision of the...



Inaccessible public lands topic of recent report

November 2, 2018

Private lands that “land lock” public lands are at the center of a report released by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Fund and hunting GPS technology company onX, titled “Off Limits, But Within Reach: Unlocking the...



Return of the sauger to Wyoming waters

October 15, 2018

Over 100 years ago, sauger fish were abundant in the North Platte River.   By 1948 a U.S Public Health Service report said that the North Platte River from Casper to the Nebraska state line was...



Trapping today

October 9, 2018

Furs is one of the oldest forms of clothing known to man, and one of the building blocks of our nation, as the early explorers of this country were trappers. While not as common as...


Slowing Down the Salt Path

October 9, 2018

Producers living alongside the Upper James River may notice a white dusting covering chunks of their land.  It’s not dirty snow; it’s salt due to high salinity soils, and it’s impacting 7.6 million acres of...



The dog for the job

October 9, 2018

Bird dogs are essential to pheasant, duck, and goose hunting, and like most every other sport, a competition has been adapted from it, allowing dogs to rank within their breeds. Hunt tests were designed for...


Open Season 2018: Hunting, Fishing & Outdoor Recreation

October 4, 2018

Flip through the online magazine below, or read and share individual articles about hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation. Trapping today Slowing Down the Salt Path The dog for the job Bird Weather: Weather factors affect...




Open Season 2017

September 11, 2017

Open Season 2017, by Tri-State Livestock News, The Fence Post and Farmer Rancher Exchange, features articles about pheasant hunting, duck habitat conservation, fly fishing the Bighorn, hunting coyotes with hounds, a dream hunt for Kodiak...


Feral hogs: Billion-dollar problem hogging profits

October 14, 2016

It looks like a dozer track. The ruts can be three feet deep. What kind of equipment caused that much damage? Biological equipment. Feral hogs. Feral is defined as “having escaped from domestication and become...