Editor’s Note: On Friday we dig through the Safari Magazine archives and dust off a gem from the past. This week we get a tutorial in hunting mountain mule deer in Winter. This article originally appeared in the March/April 1987 issue of Safari Magazine.
Some events highlight the progress of life’s circuitous journey: There’s a man’s first real love affair, his wedding, his Continue reading Flashback Friday – Winter Mule Deer
Hans Vermaak was born into the life of professional hunting, which his father, Coenraad Vermaak, had begun years before his birth. He accompanied his father on safaris from a very young Continue reading PH Spotlight – Hans Vermaak
In eighteen states, voters have passed constitutional amendments guaranteeing their citizens rights to hunt and fish. Right now, we need your help to make it 19 states.
On November 3, Texans will vote on Proposition 6 and a “yes” vote will enshrine hunting and fishing rights for Texans. Between now and voting day, we need to spread our pro-hunting message and combat the anti-hunting groups who will fight this amendment. Anti-hunting forces such as HSUS are amassing a war chest to defeat this initiative, and we can’t afford to lose. Continue reading Your Help Urgently Needed On Hunting Proposition
Editor’s Note: On Friday we reach way back into the Safari archives and dust off a gem from the past. Today we tag along on a hunt with two young men from the Small Nambas tribe on the island of Malakula in Vanuatu. This story first appeared in the Sept./Oct. 2000 issue of Safari Magazine.
Remo and Kaleb hugged their shoulders to ward off the biting chill of the predawn darkness. Under the pastel light of a silvery Continue reading Ancestral Archers – Hunting with the Small Nambas of Malakula