Billed as SHOT Show on Demand, the event kicked off Monday as originally planned, but rather than walking through aisles, attendees click their way through a comprehensive website.
Freelance writer Doug Nielsen is a conservation educator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. His “In the Outdoors” column, published Thursday in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, is not affiliated with or endorsed by the NDOW. Any opinions he states in his column are his own.
Lake Mead and Lake Mohave, two of America’s largest recreational waterways, are less than an hour’s drive away.
In the years since its inception, the draw has become an extension of the hunt.
As spring temperatures arrived, people who had spent weeks confined to their homes went outside to seek solace in the natural world.
No matter how young or how experienced an angler might be, there is an excitement that comes with throwing your bait from a new rod and reel for the first time.
Wildlife agencies have created these fisheries to bring fishing opportunity to city dwellers who might not be able to get to a lake or river outside of town.
For hunters, a popular gift option is a firearm. But there are some things to consider before putting a firearm on your gift list either as a giver or a receiver.
Americans have turned to campgrounds, hiking trails and fishable waters in numbers so large that parks have taken steps to limit the number of campers.
The bighorn ram had been dead long enough that the horn sheaths had been separated from the skull by critters scavenging for a meal. We had happened upon a treasure.
“This will be a great season compared to what we have experienced in the last 15 or more years,” said a small game biologist for the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
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On October 30, the National Shooting Sports Foundation announced its decision to cancel the 2021 edition of the Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show.
Not deep snow that piles in drifts against the tent wall, but just enough to create a light background that makes a mule deer stand out.
With the help of a rather plump bass and a pair of double-digit five-fish bags, Boulder City’s Tim Klinger prevailed in the 2020 WON BASS U.S. Open bass tournament.
Carter Doren, a junior at Green Valley High School, became a national champion Oct. 3 by winning the Big Bass Zone Junior Championship at Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho.