Lessons from an Eagle: Conservation Out in the Field

I come from a generation where nobody calls each other. Texts are the preferred way to communicate which makes it especially odd (or suspicious) to receive a phone call. Recently, I found myself getting a call from my Aunt Judi. The instant dread of ‘Who died?” set in and I picked up. I instantly recognizedContinue reading “Lessons from an Eagle: Conservation Out in the Field”

OutdoorHub Review: The Mossberg 940 Pro Waterfowl Shotgun

Many shooters find their way into hunting because they like to pull the trigger…a lot. This is one thing that big game hunting, if you’re any good at it, will not afford you. This is exactly why I started my hunting career with small game and birds. I was recently invited to participate in myContinue reading “OutdoorHub Review: The Mossberg 940 Pro Waterfowl Shotgun”

Hunt With A Henry: Cody Butler’s Mule Deer Dream Hunt

We all have hunts on our list that we would love to embark on, but they’re usually still on that list because there is some difficulty involved. Cody Butler, the host of Hunt With A Henry, finally got to cross one off. This is the story of his dream hunt of a Nebraska mule deer.Continue reading “Hunt With A Henry: Cody Butler’s Mule Deer Dream Hunt”

Expanding Opportunities for America’s Hunters and Anglers

With the way the past year has gone, the U.S. has seen a large increase in outdoor activities. With jobs being lost due to lockdowns, people have been turning to nature for her plentiful resources. A new proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeks to continue this growth, expanding opportunities for Americans to huntContinue reading “Expanding Opportunities for America’s Hunters and Anglers”