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Home to roughly 2.2 million acres of forestland, the Keystone State provides an extravagant level of natural beauty, numerous natural mineral resources, and wonderful sporting opportunities. One of the original 13 colonies and home to the Constitutional Convention, Pennsylvania’s history spans from the birth of America to the Battle of Gettysburg and through the modern …

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West Virginia

The Mountain State is rich in natural resources and is home to a strong sportsmen’s community. Intrenched in the Appalachian Mountains, West Virginia has the highest average elevation of any state east of the Mississippi River. West Virginia is renowned for its natural beauty including the Monongahela National Forest, the New River, and the Cranberry …

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Rich in diverse natural resources and a terrain spanning from the Appalachian Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, the Old Dominion is an ideal home for sportsmen and women. Founded in 1607, Virginia has been at the forefront of American history from Patrick Henry’s iconic Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death Speech …

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North Carolina

The Tar Heel State is home to a diversity of habitats, marked in the west by the Appalachian Mountains with the highest peak east of the Mississippi River, the Piedmont in the central part of the state, and the Coastal Plain in Eastern North Carolina. Originally settled by the Cherokee and Croatan tribes and joining …

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South Carolina

Home to numerous waterways and a 187-mile Atlantic coastline, the Palmetto State provides hunters and anglers with a wide array of sporting opportunities in a diversity of landscapes.  South Carolina features a lowland coastal plain in the southeast which rises to the Piedmont Plateau in the northwest. Major rivers in South Carolina include the Pee …

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Home to the Everglades, the Florida Keys, and borders to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the Sunshine State offers a unique experience for hunters and anglers. Entering statehood in 1845, Florida is world renowned for its sportfishing opportunities. For anglers, the quarry is almost too bountiful to list. Common pursuits include …

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Whether one is looking for bass, turkey, deer, or trout, Georgia is a state rich in sporting opportunities. Georgia features a coastal plain in the southeast, a central Piedmont plateau region, and the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northern part of the state. Major rivers in Georgia include the Chattahoochee, Flint, Apalachicola, Ocmulgee, and Oconee. …

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The Buckeye State is quickly becoming a destination for sportsmen and women across the country. Known for its trophy whitetail and turkey hunting, Ohio is also home to some of the best fishing opportunities in the Midwest including the annual steelhead run and world-class walleyes on Lake Erie. With 680,000 acres of land owned by …

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The Great Lakes State is, as the nickname would suggest, defined by its proximity to all but one of the North America’s vast inland seas. From the forests of the Upper Peninsula to the miles of coastline, opportunities are abound for anglers and hunters. Michiganders can look forward to swinging up lake-run steelhead, catching native …

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The Hoosier State is a midwestern gem, fed by the Great Lakes, which provide excellent fishing opportunities for species such as walleye, perch, and steelhead. In central Indiana, the White River is a popular spot for smallmouth bass and catfish. Meanwhile, the southern part of the state boasts large expanses of forest, which are home …

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