Every couple of years I hear about one of the members of the Dudley family in Kingman taking a big buck on a hunt in their favorite game management unit, Unit 18A.
In today’s fast-paced corporate world, many upwardly mobile professionals choose to not stay with a company for any period of time. It’s just the way it is.
Going on your first big game hunt is always special for young sportsmen. It is also very special to their parents.
Donnie Scroggins and his father, Ray, went out on Lake Mohave to pre-fish for a bass tournament with the Kingman Bass Club on Saturday morning.
This week I’ve found a lot of short, but interesting stories to bring to your attention.
A young outdoorsman has many firsts in their lives.
The Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society holds a banquet each year in which it recognizes the successful sheep hunters for the previous year.
Last Friday marked the start of the early rifle bull elk hunts in game management units all over Northern Arizona.
It is no secret that trying to take a wise old antelope buck with stick and string is a tough proposition.
The first of two fall dove seasons will close on Thursday, and from reports I’ve heard, the success of most hunters in the Kingman area were just fair to poor.
Ask about any archer what they think is the toughest big game animal to harvest with a bow and arrow and I bet most of them will say it is the pronghorn antelope.
This story starts earlier this year when local sportsman and guide Cody Jalbert and his father, Brian, who lives in Youngtown, put into together for a pair of the 25 archery deer tags that were offered this year in Unit 13B, the Arizona Strip.
Thursday will mark the opener of the 2016 early season dove hunt in Arizona.
Eight adults, 29 youngsters join ranks of safe, ethical hunters
Teaching sportsmen, young and old alike, to be safe, responsible, and ethical are the goals of the Kingman team of the Arizona Hunter Education program.
If your child would like to learn the exciting sport of clay target shooting, them the Desert Bighorns’ coaches would like to talk to you.
Last week I had the opportunity to go to Mesa and be involved with a couple of seminars that I really enjoyed doing.
The Arizona Game & Fish Department defines feral exotic animals as an animal or bird that are not native to Arizona and that competes with native animals or birds for the essentials to survive; food, water, shelter and space. One such exotic bird that is all over the Arizona’s landscape is the Eurasian collared dove.
Recently I was involved in an exchange on Facebook with a young Kingman man who had posted some pictures of some really nice mule deer bucks that he had taken in the past in Unit 18A.
Recently I had the opportunity to speak with Matt Chmiel, the Arizona Game and Fish Region 3 aquatics program supervisor, about a fish I had caught in Lake Mead.
Thank you, Fripps Construction, for our beautiful new home.
I am shocked at reading of the needless death of Linda Chevalier. A more godly and giving person does not exist.