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  1. Stocking is much more than you might think


    Stocking is much more than just dumping small fish in body of water. Biologists evaluate each lake's environment to determine which types of fish might prosper and how many fingerlings to put in.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  2. Reflecting on everyday conservation


    As Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, I've seen how conservation itself is much like fishing. The long and steady work that goes into conservation is not always readily apparent

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  3. The necessity of trapping


    No other outdoor issue has been as sensationalized as trapping, nor has any other issue had as much misinformation surround it. With trapper numbers dwindling, it is a prime target for the antis' attack. Some hunters even bad-mouth trapping. Before making a decision about the sport, here are some facts to keep in mind:

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  4. The new Farm Bill


    WASHINGTON — If you're not a farmer, then you probably didn't pay much attention to the debate going on here concerning the new Farm Bill. But for sportsmen across the United States, there is good news to report. Highlights of t...

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  5. Hunting's good old days are upon us


    Recent pheasant hunting, however, leaves little to grumble at, Canada geese provide an array of opportunity. Waterfowl migrations are above average, And the list goes on. We've plenty for which to be thankful right now.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  6. Gear, gadgets and the future of fisheries


    We keep getting better at catching fish, but we're also getting better at catch and release — and that's always good for a fishery

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  7. Life, deer management have commonalities


    The more-difficult life we live, the more we learn about how to deal with difficulty and the stronger we become. Sportsmen have to invest time, sweat and money over an extended time to grow big bucks on their hunting lands

    Story | Conversation | October 09, 2003
  8. Quality hunting isn't only about limits


    Consider spots others shun. Your chance of limiting won't be as good. But the chance that you'll be alone, or alone with your dog, is much better

    Story | Conversation | September 17, 2003
  9. Talking turkey humor


    Humor, as much as wildflowers, colors many spring turkey hunts in South Texas. But this dubious comedy isn't always apparent to or appreciated by hunters until long after the chase has ended and we've left the field.

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2003
  10. Ten pitfalls in retriever training


    Many of the problems that owners and trainers experience when training retrievers could be easily minimized if addressed early in training. It is much better to not condition in a problem that you must later train out. Here are some of the top pitfalls trainers face:

    Story | Conversation | May 12, 2003