In a major legal victory, a federal judge has ruled in favor of the National Rifle Association and the federal Bureau of Land Management, throwing a lawsuit filed by an environmental group, the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD), out of U.S. District Court in Phoenix, Ariz. The case is Center for Biological Diversity v. U.S. Bureau of Land Management. Safari Club International had joined the case as a “friend of the court” and assisted NRA with its successful efforts. Read more
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Tuesday,the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals turned down a request for an emergency injunction that would have shut down wolf hunting in the Rocky Mountains.
General rifle season opens in Montana Saturday and it looks like opportunitic hunters will be able to eliminate some of the predators.
The court said it will consider the the animal activist whackos’ motion for an injunction when oral arguments are presented on a pending appeal Nov. 8.
Animal-activist whackos – namely Alliance for the Wild Rockies,Friends of the Clearwater and WildEarth Guardians – have filed an injunction to stop wolf hunts in Montana and Idaho.
Upland game is reported to be at 10-year high across the state.
ASHTABULA, Ohio — A helicopter crew aboard an MH-65C Dolphin rescue helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Detroit prepares to hoist four duckhunters off the east breakwall of Ashtabula Harbor, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011.
The four duck hunters had become stranded on the breakwall after their 16-foot boat capsized in the choppy seas.
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Stephen Hall
These scum are not hunters; they are poachers and amount to anti-hunters’ best allies…
On Sept. 17, a father and his son recklessly fired their rifles at a herd of 60 pronghorn antelope on the Woodruff Wildlife Management Area in Rich County. After the shooting was over, five pronghorn — three bucks and two does — were dead.
Each man had a permit to take a doe. But neither man had a permit to take a buck.
On Sept. 10, a hunter shot three mountain goats near Ben Lomond Peak. His permit allowed him to take only one goat. Read more
A Montana hunter got the shock of his life after coming in contact with a dead bear…
HUNTERcourse.com is pleased to announce that hunter education student Jarid Hoyt, of Sanford, Michigan, and his field day instructor Marilyn Garrison, of the Bay County Conservation and Gun Club, are the winners of the first annual Jim Shockey Dream Hunt.
In October, Jarid and Marilyn will fly to Saskatchewan, Canada for Read more
Fight over deer gets serious with one man facing life-threatening injuries.