Montana Wolf Hunt Comment Period Now Open – Hunters Voices Needed!

There they go again…the anti-hunting forces are rallying their troops to oppose sensible wolf management practices that were approved by the Montana State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Greg Gianforte earlier this year.   The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission opened a public comment period on their proposed rules for the wolf hunting season. …

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The Truth Behind the Coyote Populations and Hunting Contests

Hunter Nation has directly engaged in an ongoing battle over whether or not predator calling competitions should continue in Virginia’s Commonwealth.   This issue was an interesting one to me so I talked to our team on why this is such an important issue to the future of hunting and here’s what I learned. Although…

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Take Action: Virginia Proposed BAN on Predator Calling Competitions

Take Action NOW – Public Comment Period on Proposed Regulation – June 15 – July 30, 2021  https://dwr.virginia.gov/regulations/2021-predator-hunting-contests/ On May 27, 2021, the Virginia Board of Wildlife Resources, pursuant to §§ 29.1-103, 29.1-501, and 29.1-502 of the Code of Virginia proposed amendments to the Commonwealth’s regulations governing hunting, trapping, and terrestrial wildlife. VA DWR Public…

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Coyotes in Virginia

Coyotes are found throughout Virginia, including in urban and suburban areas. Highly intelligent, strong and effective predators, the coyote population in the state is growing at an explosive rate. In fact, the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources stated “Coyote populations have exploded and completely spread across the entire state over the past two decades.” How…

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Fighting for Disabled Veteran’s Right To Hunt in Montana

In April, Hunter Nation drove a long-stalled bill in Montana that would allow disabled individuals—including disabled veterans—to hunt with crossbows during regular bow season. The bill was essentially dead in committee and facing heated opposition by the Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Hunter Nation, our members, and our coalition with Montana Veterans Association moved the bill…

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The federal government wants to close 60 million acres in Alaska

Tomorrow in Alaska, a telemeeting will be held to discuss closing 60 million acres of federal public land in Northwest Alaska to caribou and moose hunters. The federal government is making new guidelines that will decide the difference between sport and subsistence hunting by location of residence, not by motivations. Therefore, if you are a…

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