Expect to see fewer ducks this fall. Regs will be similar to last year, but future dates and limits could be cut by half. Can today's waterfowlers handle that?
North Carolina public land hunters will have the opportunity to hunt on Sundays for the first time in over 150 years
With Haaland now leading the Department of the Interior, here are a few issues outdoorsmen and women will want to pay attention to
New proposed regulations could stop the commercial and recreational harvest of striped bass for a decade from Maine to North Carolina
In the face of the Pebble Mine filing for an appeal, Alaskans are asking the EPA and Congress to permanently protect the Bristol Bay watershed
Removing the Snake River dams could unlock one of the greatest salmon runs on the West Coast
A Trump-era rule weakening bird protections under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act has been delayed, spelling good news for waterfowl hunters and bird watchers
The news is a win for hunters, anglers, and conservation groups, but the fight isn’t over yet
New video released by the EIA shows Pebble Mine execs' plans to expand and leads to the resignation of Pebble Limited Partnership CEO
The Senate just passed the largest public lands funding legislation since the days of Teddy Roosevelt. Here’s what it means for hunters and anglers
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