Where’s All The Ammo?

Remington Outdoor Group went through bankruptcy proceedings in 2020. As a part of that their huge ammunition manufacturing facility in Arkansas temporarily shut down

Sunday Hunting, Public Input Welcome

Starting December 1st the WRC opened up an online survey to get public comment on the proposal that will also be part of the 2021-22 Game regulations.

Virtual Wildlife Programs Offered to Students

The NC Wildlife Resources Commission announced that the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education located in Pisgah Forest will begin offering virtual educational programs beginning in January for students in public, private and homeschools.

Geese Can Be Quite Unpredictable

If you’ve hunted for very long you have learned that things don’t always go as planned.

Is North Carolina a Good State to go Off-Grid?

Ready to break free from all the crap that’s going on in the world? Want to live off-grid and cut all ties and just be left alone? Can you even do that in North Carolina?

Proposed Regulation Changes for Next Year

The proposed regulation changes list Game Lands that will include Sunday hunting.

Curtis Wright Outfitters Host Fly Fishing Camp

Last week November 9–13, Curtis Wright Outfitters held an adult Fly Fishing Camp at Lake Logan near Waynesville.

Tending to The Fall Garden

Taking care of business in your garden will prepare for next Spring. You’ll be glad  you did!

Face it, Bird Hunters are Cheapskates!

Now before you start a Google search for a hit man to take me out, notice the word we. I’ve been a bird hunter for over forty years. There’s ample evidence to support the charge, but a couple of examples remind me of this foible.

Hunting crows to prepare for the season

There is something that can sharpen your shotgun skills even more than clay targets. Shooting live targets. Not only that, but landowners will welcome you. Let’s go crow hunting.