Indiana Deer Rifle Controversy

The Indiana Deer Rifle Controversy

As a Hoosier deer hunter, depending on your particular viewpoint and degree of self-interest, the sky is either falling or blue as the sapphire...

Indiana Wildlife Federation Fights for Natural Resources

Right now, without looking it up, do you know who your state representative is? How about your state senator? Not Federal. Not the polished...

Deport the Bears?

What do Hawaii and Indiana have in common? Not much other than each of these states are listed as not having a wild population...

Brandon Butler Responds: Captive Killing Pollutes Society’s View of Hunting

Editor's Note: We recently published a column by Brandon Butler in which he explained why he (and many, many other Hoosier hunters) are opposed...

Editorial: Politicians Vote to Destroy Tradition of Deer Hunting

The General Assembly passed Senate Bill 109 and cleared the way for a mass expansion of the captive cervid industry in Indiana. Elected officials...

Good News Bears

There’s good news for bears in Wyoming. Not just any bears, not the kind of bears that visit garbage dumps or occasionally raid back...
conservation officers rifle law

The DNR screwed up and conservation officers will pay the price

UPDATE 11-4-2017: An emergency rule was issued the ALLOWS "pistol caliber rifles," just as last year.  Link: DNR Emergency Rule If you hadn’t noticed, there...

Time to Embrace Hunting Season

Have you noticed? We are beginning to see subtle changes leading to one of our most celebrated and beautiful seasons – autumn. Leaves are...
genes

It’s all in the Genes- Ideas for a Better Outdoors

The mapping of the human genome brought genetic biology into the limelight and made it seem as though this is brand new science. It’s not new....

Right to Hunt and Fish Passes

When I first picked up a fishing pole or went pheasant hunting, no one had ever heard of an organization formed to promote anti-hunting...