State Sportsmen’s Caucuses Taking Hold

Today’s sportsman is aware — more than ever before — that victories and inroads on the legislative front don’t come without hard work, enthusiasm and constant vigilance. That’s why last week’s organization of the inaugural New York State Sportsman’s Caucus — the 19th such state group in the country — is being heralded by hunting, fishing and shooting enthusiasts as a major step toward the preservation, protection and expansion of causes near and dear to American sportsmen. Also this week, read about a new study on moose noses, a “fish-stick” assault, and a garage-loving mountain lion!


Flashlights — A Bright Idea!

Flashlights, in one form or another, are one of many necessities most commonly used by today’s sportsman, but few of us know the history of this century-old portable lighting device. Also this week: Hunting goes to college in West Virginia, a kamikaze deer crashes through a North Carolina office, mallrats & mallbats — and lots more!

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