Turn a Kid on to Hunting

Turn a Kid on to Hunting

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen As the average age of hunters increases, one of the big issues in the hunting world today is how to get more kids involved in hunting. It’s not easy, but it must be done. The future of hunting, and of wildlife in North America, depends on it. I’ve seen several ways […]

Groundhogs and Groundhog Dogs

Groundhogs and Groundhog Dogs

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Soon after the snow melts, the carnage begins. Rodents that snoozed the winter away in underground burrows leave their dens soon to be hit by cars. Yes, the most common animal we see dead along the roads in our area is the ever-present woodchuck, often called the groundhog. In early spring […]

An Open Letter to TV Hunting Hosts

An Open Letter to TV Hunting Hosts

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen More than anything else, you are an ambassador for hunting. Remember that. It’s more important than your famous name, than the dozens of trophy heads nailed to the broad side of your barn, than the big company you own, than your millions of dollars. Hunting has been good to you. But […]

The Wrong Hands for Guns

The Wrong Hands for Guns

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Last fall I had a serious eye surgery. A skilled surgical team at UPMC Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh had to fish out a stray lens implant and sew in a new lens from the inside. In the process they made seven incisions in my eyeball and changed out all the vitreous, […]

A Free University for Everyone

A Free University for Everyone

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get free teaching videos that could take you to the next level in your hunting? You’re in luck. Do you want to learn about calling deer, turkeys, waterfowl, or predators? A simple search on YouTube will turn up some of the best wildlife calling […]

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