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On Dec. 17, 2021, Brad Glarum from the Richland Renegade Toms Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) donated smoked chickens to…

By Nick Simonson The traditional image of a hunting dog on the prairies of the upper Midwest may suggest the statuesque shorthair holding point over a covey of grouse, or the staunch vigilance of a chocolate lab watching the skies from the cover of a duck blind. A growing number of hunters, however, are taking...

By Nick Simonson The new year brings with it countless resolutions by those looking to improve their lives through the achievement of mindfulness, the loss of a few pounds, or to educate themselves in some new area.  The same can be said for those in the outdoors.  Whether it’s fishing or hunting or a skill...

By John Bradley It starts with countless hours of scouting, days sitting in the stand or miles of boot leather burned. It is late nights and cold early mornings with family and friends.  It is moments when, if everything goes to plan, a shot rings out and the deer dies quickly. And it then is...

By Doug Leier Every year, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department certifies between 4,500 and 5,500 hunter education students. This is the time of year when many of those students begin looking for classes so they can legally hunt when their chosen season comes around. It’s particularly important for youngsters who will turn 12...

By Renee Tomala Unbeknownst to many, Pheasants Forever (PF) operates under a unique local model that allows for an even bigger impact to be made for our wildlife and lands. That model puts our grassroots efforts on a pedestal, and by “grassroots” I am referring to our local chapters in small and large towns alike...