Author: LisaDeming

Congratulations To Our Latest Pro Membership Winners!

Congratulations to our latest Pro Membership Winners! Cash Chesselet of Salem, OR – Camp Chef SmokePro Deluxe Pellet Grill & Accessories Travis Wagler of Odon, IN – Sig Kilo 2200 Rangefinder Galen Wagler of Odon, IN – Hybrid Light Set Jason Yoder of Vancouver, WA – Outdoor Edge Knife Kit Richard Kasprzyk of Mesa, AZ – Browning Range Bag Dwain Griffith of Quitman, TX – ALPS Outdoorz Pack Become a Sportsman’s News PRO Member Today and You’ll Be Eligible to Win Hunting and Fishing Trips Worth up to $300,000. Go to www.promembershipsweepstakes.com to see details on the exciting trips,...

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Writer’s Contest: This One’s For You, Dad

By Kurt Burnham The year 2017 was filled with tremendous highs and lows. The highest high came in June when after 30+ years my home state of Montana decided to let me hunt a bighorn ram. Then in July the lowest of lows when my father passed onto greener pastures. The greatest man I have ever known. Not only did he light my fire for the love of the outdoors by taking me and my siblings on numerous outdoor adventures, teaching us everything he knew about survival, hunting, fishing, shooting and camping. As a rancher he passed on his...

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SIGNATURE PRODUCTS GROUP, CARHARTT ANNOUNCE LICENSING PARTNERSHIP

Licensee to create new line of pet products for workwear brand Signature Products Group (SPG) is proud to announce a licensing partnership with Carhartt, America’s premium workwear brand since 1889. Beginning in spring 2019, SPG will create a new line of pet products to outfit the country’s hardest-working pets. “We are excited to partner with an iconic brand like Carhartt and we look forward to creating some of the best pet gear on the market,” said Dusty Zundel, chief executive officer at SPG. “Carhartt is a brand that I’ve admired for years, and I know customers will be proud...

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Looking For Info On Dirtball(s) Who Killed 3 Bald Eagles

Oregon State Police Seeks Public Assistance in the Killing of Three Bald Eagles near Tangent On March 16, 2018 an Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Division Trooper responded to a complaint of three deceased bald eagles in the area of Tangent, Oregon just south of Albany. A trooper responded and identified gunshot wounds on each eagle. The eagles were taken to a Veterinarian at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for examination. Evidence of dense metal was identified through X-Rays in each of the eagles. No suspects have been identified in the case. The eagles were most...

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