Volunteers at a fly-tying marathon, held at the National Museum of the Marine Corps at Quantico, Va., tied 716 flies in eight hours, enough to provide veterans all over the country with supplies for free fly-fishing trips.
When you're almost 93 years old, you have a few wrinkles and you walk slowly. Well, let's just say it wasn't hard to tell which of the 1,600 fishermen who showed up early at the trout stream had seniority.
A man who pleaded guilty to killing a cougar in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in December said he was defending his father, but state wildlife officials say the animal posed no threat and was poached, its heart cooked and some of it eaten by the men.
A risque video shot in conservative Utah featuring bikini-clad women firing high-powered weapons and riding in tanks for a pinup calendar has raised the ire of a pair of law enforcement agencies who have found some of their officers appearing in the film.
A permit is required because a derby is considered a competitive event with prizes. In 2013, there were two $1,000 prizes, one for the hunter who killed the biggest wolf, the other for the hunter who bagged the most coyotes.
New real-life series will follow the Busbice family on its 55,000-acre Louisiana ranch. The Busbice's are a key part of Plano Synergy Holdings, which produces thousands of hunting and fishing products.
American fox-hunting is a sport so steeped in tradition that riders still wear ties and blazers and cry out “Tally ho!” at the sight of prey. But it is adapting to one dramatic change: Coyotes have displaced foxes in the wild and become the hunters' new quarry.
Seven years into Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale drilling boom, the state's elk population continues to flourish despite concerns about industrial footprints, wildlife displacement and habitat degradation.