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  • June 27, 2012

    PA Will Allow Wildlife Officers to Issue Tickets for State Motor Vehicle Violations

    By Chad Love

    Should wildlife officers have the power to write tickets for state motor vehicle violations when they find someone illegally riding an ATV on state lands? Everyone knows that if you get caught riding an ATV in a non-motorized area that you'll get fined for it.

    Problem is, those fines don't seem to be much of a deterrent for some. So the state of Pennsylvania is set to give its wildlife officers the power to issue tickets not only for riding in an unauthorized area, but also for state motor vehicle violations.

    From this story in the Pocono Record:
    In a matter of hours Saturday, a wildlife conservation officer patrolling state game lands in Shohola issued tickets to seven ATV riders. All-terrain vehicles are not allowed on any state game lands. But the threat of a fine of between $100 and $200 does not deter riders from tearing up trails in popular no-ride-zones like at the top of Camelback Mountain in Monroe County.

  • March 22, 2012

    Bill Limiting Idaho Wildlife Department's Control of ATVs Passes

    By Chad Love

    A controversial bill designed to limit the ability of the Idaho Fish & Game Department to regulate ATV hunting in backcountry areas has narrowly passed the state's senate resource committee. If signed into law, state wildlife officials warn they'll lose one of their key management tools.

    From this story on necn.com:

    The Senate Resources Committee approved the bill on a 5-4 vote, with two Republicans joining committee Democrats in casting no votes. The slim margin of victory in committee, coupled with objections lodged by the state's top fish and game official, could hamper the bill's chances of clearing the full Senate. The measure, approved in the House earlier this month, takes aim at Fish and Game rules that require ATV-mounted hunters in a third of Idaho's hunting units to avoid off-road vehicle trails. Agency officials claim regulating where hunters using ATVs can travel is a crucial tool for managing big game populations. A similar measure was tabled last year so an interim committee could hammer out a compromise.

  • December 28, 2011

    Chinese Man Builds $600 Military Style ATV

    By Chad Love

    So you really want an ATV for your hunting spot, but just don't have the money to buy one. You could keep hoofing it, which would keep you healthy. You could steal one, which would probably land you in the klink, or you could do what this guy did and just make your own.

    From this story (Lost in Translation Warning: The grammar in the linked story reads a bit like a cheap toy instruction manual.) on chinahush.com:

    Chinese folks have always had the self-entertaining mindset to compare little things to big renowned things even just for the slightest resemblance. We had a post last year talking about a homemade knockoff Lamborghini by a 25 years old guy. Recently a chef from Zigong City, Sichuan Province became famous on the Internet for spending only about 4000 yuan in designing and handcrafting what netizens called a knockoff “Hummer."

  • September 23, 2011

    Review: Chevrolet Silverado 2500 4WD Crew Cab

    By Slaton L. White

    Ten years ago I went on a week-long salmon safari in Alaska, living out of a slide-in camper in a Silverado equipped with a Duramax 6.6-liter V8 turbo diesel. It was an epic adventure, and looking at my old notes I see I raved about the truck’s performance. “Moved well from a dead stop. Quiet, even at full throttle. MPG: averaged between 11 to 14 mpg.”

    A lot has happened to GM since then. After teetering on the brink of insolvency for years, it finally plunged into bankruptcy two years ago. What many people don’t know was that the company came perilously close to Chapter 11 in the 1990s. But they got a stay of execution. Know why? The Silverado. It was just about the only GM product people wanted to buy...and they bought enough of them to help keep the company afloat.

    The Silverado was good then...and it’s good now.

    I can say that after logging 900 miles in one recently. The 2500 4WD Crew Cab is a stout build, and boasts a maximum towing rating of 17,000 pounds. That means that when you drive it without a trailer or with an empty bed, it’s a bit rough. But when you get some weight on those rear wheels, it tames down nicely.

  • July 19, 2011

    Some Important ATV Safety Tips

    By Editors

    Your first ATV ride is an important step to a safe, rewarding experience that can turn into a life-long adventure of getting into remote places to hunt and fish.

    ATV’s are powerful machines that require basic skills imperative for your safety. Many experience their first ride with a friend, and although most owners have good equipment and are careful with new riders, you need to know how to keep it safe.

    Click here for a list of the basics with photos.

  • July 19, 2011

    A 10-Minute Quad Check-Up

    By Editors

    Keeping today’s ATVs in top running condition isn’t difficult. However, neglect can be the downfall of any machine asked to pass beyond its maintenance boundaries.

    Click through this gallery for a 10-minute check list you can follow to make sure your quad is running healthy.

  • July 19, 2011

    What A New ATV Owner Needs to Know About Trailers

    By Editors

    If you’re a new ATV owner, chances are you are now the proud owner of a small trailer. Trailers are wonderful tools that will transport your machine to far away places. There’s only one problem; trailers without some minimal maintenance and user care can be cranky, dangerous, and ironically strand you in the middle of nowhere possibly making you rely on your ATV for roadside assistance.

  • September 20, 2010

    The Wild Life with Hank III: Final Episode!

    By Online Editors

    It's all led up to this! In the final "Wild Life" episode, found out if Kyle Turley gets a crack at his first Tennessee gobbler.

  • August 23, 2010

    Video Series: "The Wild Life with Hank III" Episode 2

    By Online Editors

    When you've got 600 acres of private property to hunt, getting around on foot isn't easy. Join Kyle Turley and Hank III in episode 2 of "The Wild Life" and get the full tour of this hunting paradise in Tennessee. In the next episode, you'll find out whether it's Hank or Kyle that has better chops on the trap range. And if you missed episode 1, click here to watch.

  • August 9, 2010

    Video Series: "The Wild Life with Hank III"

    By Joe Cermele

    Field & Stream teamed up with country rocker Hank Williams III and former NFL bad boy Kyle Turley not long ago to hang out and do a little hunting in Tennessee. To be exact, we rode the trails, shot on the range, and chased turkeys on the 600-acre private ranch of Hank's dad, country music legend Hank Williams, Jr. In this first of four episodes, find out why Hank and Kyle share a love of rebel music and the outdoors. Then tune in to future episodes to explore this sportman's paradise, see if Hank or Kyle is the better trap shot, and find out if Kyle can bag his first Tennessee gobbler.

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