Tag: trapping

  • CSF, Governor’s Staff Gather to Discuss Advancing the Interests of the Sporting Community

    For more than thirty years, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) has been at the forefront fighting for the interests of America’s sportsmen and women. Through their collective efforts of working with policymakers at the federal and state level, no other organization has the same level of effectiveness in advancing policy that is critical to our outdoor heritage. […]

  • U.S. Senate Delivers Historic Commitments to Sportsmen and Women in Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

    Minutes ago, the U.S. Senate passed a strongly supported bipartisan bill known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to fund our nation’s surface and water infrastructure systems. This bill includes historic investments in natural infrastructure to enhance conservation and to increase hunting, fishing, trapping, and recreational shooting opportunities for America’s sportsmen and women. Since infrastructure conversations […]

  • Big Horn Armory Lever Action Rifles Now Available in Canada

    Big Horn Armory has partnered with several of Canada’s premium gun dealers to stock all models and calibers of its lever-action rifles. Cody, Wyo. (June 2021) – Big Horn Armory (BHA), makers of big-bore firearms, is pleased to announce it has secured partnerships with several of Canada’s premium gun dealers to stock all models and calibers of […]

  • Landowners have until June 23 to enroll in Open Fields and Waters

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Private landowners have until June 23 to enroll their land in Open Fields and Waters, a voluntary program in which they can earn additional income for allowing walk-in hunting, trapping and/or fishing access on their properties. Landowners earn annual, per-acre payments of up to $15, depending on habitat type and location. Additional […]

  • Vortex® Increases Support for Sportsmen’s Alliance

    A longtime supporter of the Sportsmen’s Alliance mission to protect hunting, fishing and trapping from the animal-rights movement, Vortex® recently increased their backing of the stalwart non-profit by renewing their Business Partner membership at the Leader’s Club level. Based in Barneveld, Wis., Vortex® has long been an ally for the Sportsmen’s Alliance as a Chairman’s Club […]

  • Landowners have until June 19 to enroll in Open Fields and Waters

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Private landowners have until June 19 to enroll their land in the Open Fields and Waters Program, in which they can earn additional income for allowing walk-in hunting, trapping and/or fishing access on their properties. Landowners with property offering hunting or fishing potential may be offered annual, per-acre payments from 50 cents […]

  • Open Fields and Waters Program seeking new enrollments

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is looking to add more hunting and fishing access opportunities through its Open Fields and Waters Program. Landowners are encouraged to consider allowing public, walk-in access on their property for hunting or fishing through the program. In exchange, landowners receive per-acre annual payments and liability protection […]

  • Grant will help expand public access opportunities on Nebraska’s private lands

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Public access opportunities for hunting and fishing on private lands will be expanded thanks to a grant awarded to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The $3 million grant was awarded through the 2020 Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program (VPA-HIP). In Nebraska, VPA-HIP funding, along with matching funds from the […]

  • Anti-Hunting Congressmen Introduces Grizzly Bear Hunting Ban

    Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) has introduced legislation that would ban the hunting of grizzly bears anywhere in the country except for Alaska. Grijalva, who chairs the House Resources Committee, is a frequent author of anti-hunting bills and is consistently rated at 100% by the Humane Society of the United States. House Resolution 2532, has been […]

  • Public meeting March 20 to discuss plan for Goat Islan

    LINCOLN, Neb. – A public meeting regarding future uses of Goat Island, located within the boundary of the Missouri National Recreational River near Vermillion, S.D., will be hosted by the National Park Service on March 20. The open house meeting will be held at the W. H. Over Museum, 1110 N. University St., Vermillion, from […]