November 1, 2016

As true historically as it is today, sportsmen have been America’s foremost conservationists. Pumping billions of dollars into conservation projects through taxes and license fees;  keeping game populations in balance; improving habitat for the benefit of all wildlife;...

October 24, 2016

In a recent policy about face and a major blow to the anti-hunting organizations such as the Humane Society of the Untied States, US Fish & Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe announced wild and wild-managed lions from South Africa will once again be granted US import p...

October 10, 2016

Differences in perspective lead to differences of opinion. 

Just look at our highly contested elections in this democratic society illustrate that people are different.  That reasonable people can look at the same issue and come to radically different conclusions is a m...

September 5, 2016

Since the dawn of time, Man has been a hunter, but until very recently, Woman stayed home and cleaned the fish and sewed quilts; but that’s a societal norm we don’t see much anymore.  Today, in most every area of our society, women are de jure, if not de facto, equal t...

July 28, 2016

Just about every time I travel, I seem to wind up in a conversation with an anti-hunter, or someone who doesn’t think hunting is “politically correct”.  And that’s OK.  It’s a free country, and people are entitled to their opinions.  So let’s step back for a moment, ta...

July 8, 2016

The recent killing of Cecil the lion created an unusually virulent outrage. As a television producer who has traveled to Africa over forty times to shoot our television series, Safari Hunter’s Journal for Sportsman Channel, I have a unique insight as to how this hunt u...

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