Dorcy Twin Globe Lamp
The Dorcy Lamp is completely waterproof and runs on batteries. No messing with propane and mantles. This is a great type of lamp for ice fishing, camping or deer camp. The LED 160 lumens is very bright. The twin globe settings and amber night light allows you to have a full light the covers 360 degrees or a small nightlight. The 4D batteries power the single globe for 350 hours or the double globe for 175 hours.
There is a 600 hour runtime for the amber night light.
Missouri Whitetail Report.
By Kathy Russel
A statement in the Missouri Conservation Department’s newsletter read, “Missouri
Compound Bows For Women Hunters
VP of WomenhuntersMinnesota
The dawn of every new year brings out a multitude of new bows. The sky's the limit for design, shape, size and even color patterns. Some from companies that have been around for decades, while others are fairly new on the scene or just not well known.
By Kathy Eckstein
These days there are a lot of blinds to choose from. Anywhere from a rollup, to a pop-up, to blinds that you put together that are made out of plastic.
Wolf Stalks WH Staff Writer
By Linda Burch
( Linda K Burch, copyright December 2012)
“Let’s See, what’s wrong with this picture”, I thought, mentally thunking myself on the head.
The “Bowfish Girls” team shoots giant snakehead
Tara Renee with 15.3lb, 31inch Snakehead
Several young women known as the “Bowfish Girls” tracked and killed the vicious 3ft snakehead. Snakeheads can walk on land for up to 4 days, and bite humans while defending their offspring. This top predator was illegally introduced into Maryland and has a bounty from the Maryland Dept of Natural Resources. Here is one woman’s account of tracking and bowfishing a large 3 ft snakehead.
Wyoming Bill HB104 to make it a Felony for any federal officer to arrest a citizen with a gun.
Read actual Bill:
HOUSE BILL NO. HB0104
Firearm Protection Act.
Sponsored by: Representative(s) Kroeker, Baker, Burkhart,
New Arkansas Regional Director
Dr. Beth Milligan
Arkansas Regional Director
The Board of Directors of Womenhunters
Speaks out on the threat of gun control!
Kathleen Kalina, (Wisconsin) President: The only solution to protecting schools is armed guards, after all the President of the US has his children protected by armed guards. I have taught in inner city schools that had armed guards and believe me we were happy about it. Armed guards are the reason that you don’t see inner city schools having mass shootings. I have defended my house from an intruder just by clicking back the slide of my shotgun. That was enough to scare him off. No one was hurt, because I had a gun. If I didn’t have a gun, there could have been injuries or death.
Janice Baer, (Minnesota) Vice President:The Second Amendment is very specific in its language when it includes the words, "Shall not be infringed." We don't get to pick and choose which rights to ignore, just because we may not like one of them, and yet, infringement is exactly what is being done today. I love what our founding father, Benjamin Franklin once said: "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. I personally am a member of the NRA, not because I hunt or target shoot with a gun, (I do neither), but because of a strong belief in the Second Amendment and our rights as free, law-abiding citizens. I will not give up my God-given rights and become like sheep, led to the slaughter.
Laura Bell, (Ohio) General Boardmember: Drugs are illegal, yet look at how many people still do them. New laws in the gun industry is not the answer. When has a law prevented someone from doing harm? In the case of the elementary shooting tragedy a man used stolen guns to commit the crime, not guns that he purchased. This man could have easily stolen a car and drove it into a crowd of people, killing just as many precious lives if not more, but I doubt that would have triggered a new law to make cars less accessible to responsible drivers.
Gail Wynne, (North Carolina) General Boardmember: Gun control will keep the good people from owning guns for sport or protection. The bad guys will always have guns.
Christine Cunningham, (Alaska) General Boardmember: The proposed gun control measures, such as reinstating the assault weapons ban, renewing a 10-round limit on ammunition magazines, and prohibiting the possession, transfer, manufacture, and import of dangerous armor-piercing bullets, as well as new gun trafficking laws do not protect us from another tragic shooting. Instead, they take away a right and responsibility of ours to protect ourselves and others from another tragic shooting. I am a hunter and someone who enjoys many of the shooting sports, but I also understand the need for the right granted by our Second Amendment. Any regulation or law that limits the rights protected by the constitution for law-abiding citizens, especially one that is so essential to our personal protection, leaves me with many questions, the first of which is, what actions I would be left to take should a mentally unhealthy individual threaten my safety. Responsible gun ownership is part of our country’s history and future. It's often quoted that, “You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.” Law abiding firearms owners are one of the United States greatest assets.
State Departments of Natural Resources
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