Author: Wade Thiel

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This Buck Swims Across the Mississippi River and Back Every Year

This Buck Swims Across the Mississippi River and Back Every Year

Most whitetails that live in the South are homebodies. They don’t have to contend with the harsh winters that force deer in other regions [...]
This Ultramarathoner Was Attacked by a Coyote During a 150-Mile Race. He Thinks It Wanted His Energy Bar

This Ultramarathoner Was Attacked by a Coyote During a 150-Mile Race. He Thinks It Wanted His Energy Bar

A well-known ultramarathon runner was attacked by a coyote during the Headlands 150-mile Endurance Run that took place last week in Sausal [...]
The New Anti-Inflation Bill Includes Money for Deer, Duck Habitat

The New Anti-Inflation Bill Includes Money for Deer, Duck Habitat

Hunters and anglers aren’t the focus of the Inflation Reduction Act, which passed the U.S. Senate by a 51 to 50 vote with Vice President K [...]
Despite More Aggressive Hunting, Montana’s Wolf Population Remained Stable

Despite More Aggressive Hunting, Montana’s Wolf Population Remained Stable

Wolf populations in Montana appear to be “very stable,” according to a new report from the Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks department. F [...]
Virginia Bowfisherman Shoots State-Record Blue Catfish

Virginia Bowfisherman Shoots State-Record Blue Catfish

The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources announced on Tuesday that the 66-pound, 5-ounce blue catfish arrowed by Jason Emmel has been [...]
Drought in Utah Is Leading to Increased Bag Limits for Anglers

Drought in Utah Is Leading to Increased Bag Limits for Anglers

Wildlife managers in Utah are increasing bag limits at five lakes and reservoirs across the state due to drought conditions. As water leve [...]
Shark Fishing Tournament Sparks Protests and Death Threats

Shark Fishing Tournament Sparks Protests and Death Threats

A shark fishing tournament that is scheduled to take place on July 9 in Riviera Beach, Florida, is getting a lot of attention from protest [...]
Are There Enough Hunters to Manage Deer Herds in the East?

Are There Enough Hunters to Manage Deer Herds in the East?

In much of the country, deer hunter numbers are on a long decline. Pair that with a lack of natural predators and you get whitetail popula [...]
Leopard Kills Three Kids | Outdoor Life

Leopard Kills Three Kids | Outdoor Life

A leopard went on a killing spree in northern India this past weekend, and is believed to have killed three kids in less than 48 hours. Ru [...]
Florida Panthers are Top Deer Predator

Florida Panthers are Top Deer Predator

A new study conducted by the University of Georgia found that Florida panthers are now the number one cause of mortality for whitetail dee [...]
29 Citations Issued for Poaching on the Menominee River

29 Citations Issued for Poaching on the Menominee River

Law enforcement officials with the Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan Departments of Natural Resources just concluded a multi-state, years [...]
Dog Is Critically Injured After Fighting Mountain Lion to Save Its Owner

Dog Is Critically Injured After Fighting Mountain Lion to Save Its Owner

A dog in Northern California was critically injured earlier this week after saving its owner from an attacking mountain lion. The dog is s [...]
B.C. Outfitters Seek Lawsuit to Challenge Grizzly Bear Hunting Ban

B.C. Outfitters Seek Lawsuit to Challenge Grizzly Bear Hunting Ban

Grizzly bear hunting was banned in British Columbia in 2017. A subsequent lawsuit was brought by hunting guides and outfitters in 2018 and [...]
USFWS Eliminates Population Cap on Mexican Gray Wolves

USFWS Eliminates Population Cap on Mexican Gray Wolves

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will remove the population cap on Mexican gray wolves in the southwest region of the country. The wolf [...]
Two Iowa Men Find Nearly 200 Pounds of Morels

Two Iowa Men Find Nearly 200 Pounds of Morels

Jimmy Johnson and Rusty Gates went mushroom hunting on May 7 in southeast Iowa and had little success at first. After roughly an hour, the [...]
Wyoming Has Too Many Elk, Considers Private-Land Tags

Wyoming Has Too Many Elk, Considers Private-Land Tags

While drought and disease wreak havoc in the Western states on deer populations, elk in Wyoming thrive. In certain areas of the state, the [...]
Virginia Landowners Sue to Battle Right to Retrieve Law

Virginia Landowners Sue to Battle Right to Retrieve Law

Private property owners filed a lawsuit against the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources in an attempt to overturn the state’s right [...]
1,101 Manatee Deaths Spur Lawsuits and Funding in Florida

1,101 Manatee Deaths Spur Lawsuits and Funding in Florida

Three environmental groups filed a federal lawsuit due to the high number of manatee deaths last year. The lawsuit focuses on the poor wat [...]
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