I don’t mean to startle you enough that you spill your mug of eggnog, but the forces that want you to stop fishing and hunting are at it again. As practitioners of hunting and fishing, we face threats to our sports on a constant basis. Whether it is loss of available hunting land or our losing access to waterways, the threats are real and must be fought with vigor. No threat should be taken more seriously than one that restricts our right to bear arms.
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