This hunting section provides information on responsible hunting, hunting methods, hunting clubs and handling game. This hunting guide will teach you about the various ideals held by hunters, then you can decide how you would like to approach hunting.
Trophy hunting is extremely polarizing. On one hand, proponents argue it's important for the survival of big game species and conservation of their lands. Opponents say that argument holds no merit. We explore both sides of this divisive issue.
You head to a nature preserve for some peaceful solitude only to find ATVs roaring all around and pavement where plants used to be. Wild Wilderness is working to combat the commercialization of natural wilderness areas.
Hunters and anglers often find themselves caught in the middle of endless battles between legislators, animal-rights groups and conservationists. The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance works to defend the rights of hunters, anglers and other sportsmen.
Much of South Carolina's natural waterfowl habitat has been lost, as have natural habitats all across the country. The SCWA has spent the past decades working to protect and restore local wetlands and rehabilitate lost habitats.
Are you an archery fanatic who can't get enough target practice or a hunter who longs for an extended hunting season? You just might find yourself interested in this nontraditional approach to catching fish.
Hunting purely for sport has long been controversial. Hunters believe they're helping to control a species' population size, while those who oppose the sport feel hunting for recreational purposes -- and a big trophy -- is inappropriate.
Just about everything is more fun when done in a group. So it seems like group hunting or fishing is a no-brainer. However, a specific type of group hunting, called party hunting, is very controversial -- and is even illegal in some states.