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Steve Sorensen

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Steve Sorensen of Russell, PA is an award-winning writer whose column, The Everyday Hunter®, offers hunting tips, strategies, insights and occasional humor. His byline has appeared in the nation's top hunting magazines and he is a field contributor to "Deer and Deer Hunting" magazine. Steve is also in demand as an event speaker, presenting programs on do-it-yourself Alaska moose hunting, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and eastern coyotes, with new programs coming. E-mail him at EverydayHunter@gmail.com to invite him to speak at your next sportsman's dinner (or to tell him where your best hunting spot is).

Progress in Gun Safety

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen “With a few counties still to hear from, the census of the state game commission shows that twenty-seven hunters were killed and...

Why I Didn’t Become a Dentist

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen My friend Randy knows a little bit about everything. When other kids ask him, “How do you know so much?” he says,...

A Shortage of Grace on Social Media

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Most of my social media revolves around three topics: hunting and the outdoors, Christianity and theology, and personal friends and family. Although...

Patience Wears Down Mental Sharpness

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Four hours passed. The gobbler was just over the edge, within 30 yards. If I called, he answered. If I shut up,...

Trophy Hunting — Objections and Answers (Part 6)

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen After examining what subsistence hunting is, what market hunting was, and what sport or conservation hunting is, we can ask anti-hunters, “What...

Sport Hunting Is Conservation Hunting (Part 5)

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen In recent weeks we’ve looked at the three main types of hunting history has given us in North America. They came one...

Sport Hunting — the Third Way (Part 4)

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Most people understand subsistence hunting. History teaches us about the primal, natural struggle of our ancestors to nourish themselves off the land....

Market Hunting — When Population Boomed (Part 3)

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen The industrial revolution was one of history’s great rapid advancements. Praised for raising the standard of living and transforming the United States...

Subsistence Hunting — When Life Was Hard (Part 2)

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Long ago (but not so far away) subsistence hunting was the only kind of hunting, and it made the difference between life...

You Say You’re Against Hunting? (Part 1)

Contributing Writer Steve Sorensen Tell me, what kind of hunting are you against? I’m not asking you about deer hunting, or hunting with hounds. I’m talking...