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Hunter Nation and Wisconsin Lakeshore Business Association – Praise Supreme Court Ruling Vacating Stay at Home Orders in Wisconsin

By Hunter Nation | May 13, 2020

Download/PrintPress Release For immediate release: Please contact for further comment: Tyler Ruhland (608)393-6702 tyler@hunternation.org, or Tom Kleiman (920)366-0752 contactaccurate@sbcglobal.net Hunter Nation and Wisconsin Lakeshore Business Association Praise Supreme Court Ruling Vacating “Stay at Home Orders” Outdoor Groups Filed Brief on Behalf of Anglers and Small Business Owners Classified as “Non-Essential” Madison…Two non-profit organizations that work…

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Keeping The Spirit Wild

By Ted Nugent | May 6, 2020

A simple life, I will not have. It doesn’t satisfy me. I don’t believe in the status quo, it kinda leaves me weak. A mountain high is what I climb, I swim the river deep, and if you want the time of your live, try to keep up with me! I’m gonna live, I’m gonna…

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Dear Gentry

By Ted Nugent | April 29, 2020

We call it The Spirit of the Wild, for more than obvious reasons, but the depth of spirit in the hunting community of America is more powerful than most people can imagine. For more than 40 years, I have been contacted by the families of terminally ill sons and daughters to honor their last request…

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Hunter Nation and Wisconsin Lakeshore Business Association File Brief in State Supreme Court to Protect Constitutional Right to Fish in Wisconsin

By Hunter Nation | April 29, 2020

Download/PrintAmicus Curiae Brief Download/PrintPress Release For immediate release: Please contact for further comment: Tyler Ruhland (608)393-6702 wisconsin@hunternation.org, or Tom Kleiman (920)366-0752 contactaccurate@sbcglobal.net Hunter Nation and Wisconsin Lakeshore Business Association File Brief in State Supreme Court to Protect Constitutional Right to Fish in Wisconsin Outdoor Groups Say Evers’ Order Infringes on Constitutionally Protected Rights While Causing…

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HN Members-Only Live Zoom Meeting 4-24-20

By Hunter Nation | April 24, 2020

Hunters Nation Members-Only Live Zoom Meeting Michael Waddell Brittany Jill Ted Nugent Luke Hilgemann Keith Mark Watch on Facebook Live Meeting

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Quarantine Sporting Focus

By Ted Nugent | April 23, 2020

Well my SpiritWild BloodBrothers across the American hinterland, how goes these very special 2020 pandemic hunkerdown times for you all? We certainly hope everyone is doing OK, healthy, happy, safe, secure, cocky, defiant, and hopeful. Allgood here at NugeRanch as we throttle on with daily proceedings basically unchanged. Allow me to repeat that I am…

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God Made a Hunter

By Ted Nugent | April 16, 2020

by Ted Nugent & Keith Mark In the beginning, God gave the world everything it needed to survive and be happy, including the birds in the air and the animals on the earth.  But in order to show all of mankind how to utilize and protect those creatures, God made a Hunter. To keep His…

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Hunter Nation Calls on Governor Evers (Wisconsin) to Reopen Public Lands

By Hunter Nation | April 10, 2020

April 9, 2020 For immediate release: Please contact Luke Hilgemann or Tyler Ruhland for further comment: Luke@HunterNation.org or Wisconsin@HunterNation.org Hunter Nation Calls on Governor Evers to Reopen Public Lands On April 9, 2020, at the direction of the state’s governor, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources closed 40 of the state’s public parks, forests and…

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The 2020 Test Of Mankind 

By Ted Nugent | April 10, 2020

by Ted Nugent As I settle in to slam out my weekly NugeBlog this fascinating second week of April in the year of our Lord 2020, it is the first time in my extensive writing/creative life that the words didn’t just come flowing forth with an unstoppable life of their own. Well, they are now,…

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Nature Heals-Pandemic 2020

By Ted Nugent | April 3, 2020

by Ted Nugent Global Chinese Virus Pandemic self-quarantine day 20, and all is well. Well, maybe not all is actually all that well, but for those of us smart enough to have learned inescapable lessons from the past, as well as can be expected. We certainly understand the suffering of our fellow man, especially those…

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