Mosquitoes and ticks are back in season. This year is expected to be worse for them because of damp and warm weather. Mosquitoes with the Zika virus like to bite ankles and lower legs and are out all day. If you get a bite and have a rash fever and joint pain, contact your doctor… Read more
AGSC friends Joel Wilson and Ben Potter made a film about a big horn sheep hunt in Montana. Sitka describes the film: Four lifelong friends set out on an archery sheep hunt in the Tendoy Mountains of Montana, and they find themselves in a wild stalk. But the hunt is bigger than them. Repeated pneumonia-related… Read more
The U.S. House is about to get back to work on the SHARE Act aka Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2015. The Act has a lot of benefits for fishermen. We encourage you to “take action” and encourage Congress to pass the SHARE Act. Benefits for Fishermen include: Protects traditional fishing equipment containing lead from unwarranted… Read more
Our 20th annual Kid’s Adventure Day is just around the corner! It will be held Saturday, May 21st and Sunday, May 22nd at Fort Hope. Applications can be downloaded here and submitted by May 9th. (Instructions for submission are located in the application.)
The NRA has put together a list of emergency items you should have when traveling in extreme heat, extreme cold, and extreme wilderness conditions. You can never be too prepared, and we encourage you to prepare a car emergency kit for wherever your adventures takes you! Click here for more information.
Responsive Management, a research firm out of Virginia conducted a survey with adult hunters around the nation. What they found was that the public opinion towards hunting has stayed relatively consistent in the past 2 decades that they’ve been conducting their research. The latest survey was conducted in February, with results showing 77% of adult… Read more
Click Here for the full guide for complying with the lead ammunition ban.
The Second Amendment
The Second Amendment provides U.S. citizens the right to bear arms. Ratified in December 1791, the amendment says: A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.