Quantcast
CCA STAR Tournament: First Tagged Redfish Winner Confirmed
Hempstead resident, Scott Hajovsky set up a fishing trip, Thursday, May 28th with some friends. They met up at Eagle Point, Galveston Bay around daybreak. The weather was fair with moderate winds. After a week of rainstorms, the water was so fresh that the bait camp was adding salt... Read more
Louisiana D.W.F. Announces 2015 Alligator Lottery Hunts
Louisiana -(Ammoland.com)-  To provide the general public alligator harvest opportunities, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) will select eligible alligator hunters through a lottery selection system featuring five Coastal and Nongame Resources (CNR) Division Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), 15 Wildlife Division WMAs, one U.S. Army Corps of Engineers... Read more
Bass Habitat at Lake Austin to be Enhanced with Fish-Attracting Brush
Austin—Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is partnering with Texas Tournament Zone (TTZ) and the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department and Watershed Protection to install fish habitat structures assembled out of brush into Lake Austin on June 7, 2015. Activities will be based out of Emma Long... Read more
Massive State Record Blue Catfish Caught in Florida
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission announced on Thursday that a new state fishing record has been broken. Over the weekend, Bill Stewart of Weeki Wachee landed a 69-pound, eight-ounce blue catfish from the Choctoawhatchee River. According to Walton Outdoors, the catch came as part of the third annual Choctawhatchee Catfish... Read more
UPS revises policy on shipping silencers and suppressors
Just three weeks after United Parcel Service reiterated its policy against accepting National Firearm Act-compliant suppressors for shipment, the company has reversed its course. In mid-May UPS, commonly also referred to as Brown, became aware of a shipper who was attempting to use the service to transport suppressors. At... Read more
Texas Floods: Piles of Worms Mysteriously Show Up Along Roads
ABC News Videos | ABC Entertainment News Park rangers in Texas had thought someone left spaghetti in the middle of the road. Instead, the piles in the middle of Eisenhower State Park were actually worms, Park Superintendent Ben Herman told ABC News today. Rangers were checking the back roads... Read more
Contact Your Elected Officials to Support Pending National Right-to-Carry Legislation
Thanks to your continued calls and emails, NRA supported Right-to-Carry bills have seen increases in cosponsorships this past week.  Please continue to contact your elected officials and urge them to cosponsor and support these important bills: S. 498 – Introduced by U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas), this legislation would respect... Read more
What a Couple Caught on Camera in Their Kitchen Had Them Fascinated and Horrified at the Same Time
Laura Neff describes this past Sunday as rather “run of the mill” until this happened. Hearing a noise in her Charlotte, North Carolina, home’s kitchen, she and Robert Hildreth went to investigate. “ a noise in the kitchen made us look up…at the spice cabinet…where THIS was descending toward... Read more