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Wyoming’s public lands cover more than 30 million acres, providing ample opportunities for hunting and fishing. The state’s national forests, wildlife management areas, and BLM lands offer access to some of the most pristine hunting and fishing locations in the country. Wyoming’s hunting and fishing culture has deep roots in the state’s history, with a …

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Montana is a place of rugged beauty and wild landscapes, a hunter and angler’s paradise. The state’s public lands, which cover millions of acres, offer unparalleled access to some of the most pristine hunting and fishing locations in the country. The state is home to iconic big game species like elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, …

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The Gem State is rich in natural resources, stunning scenery, and a strong sportsmen’s community. Joining the Union in 1890, Idaho has a history that stretches from the Shoshone Bannock Tribe to Lewis and Clark, and into the modern era. Idaho is home to the largest federally designated wilderness area in the lower-48, the Frank …

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From the bright lights of Las Vegas to the Dark Skies of the Massacre Rim Wilderness, Nevada is a state marked by both its natural and manmade beauty. In the Battle Born State, iconic areas include Lake Tahoe, Great Basin National Park, and Red Rock Canyon. Primarily defined by the Great Basin and the Mojave …

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California is a dream destination for hunters and anglers seeking diverse landscapes and wildlife. From the rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains to the sandy beaches of the Pacific coast, the state offers an incredible range of outdoor experiences. The state’s rich wildlife populations include black bears, mountain lions, deer, and elk, which thrive in the high …

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The Beaver state is home to abundant wildlife and splendid landscapes with opportunities for hunters, anglers, and trappers. From pursuing big game such as elk, deer, and bear in the rugged terrain of the Cascades and the Blue Mountains, to calling in ducks and geese in the many wetlands and marshes, there is something for …

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The 42nd state admitted to the Union, Washington features a diversity of landscapes from the towering skyscrapers of Seattle on the Puget sound, to temperate rainforests, high desert, and the iconic Mount Rainier. Washington has a strong sporting history, and its culture is deeply tied to the landscape, including many of the state’s largest industries …

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The Cornhusker State is steeped in prairie history and offers some of the nation’s most unique hunting experiences. Nebraska is home to the Sandhills region, one of the largest remaining tracts of native grassland in the United States. Here, hunters can pursue game species such as pronghorn, mule deer, ring-necked pheasant, and sharp-tailed grouse in …

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Joining the Union in 1796, Tennessee, originally settled by the Cherokee and Chickasaw tribes, has an important and unique history encompassing the rise of country music and harboring some of the largest manufacturing and shipping industries in America. Home to the most visited national park in America, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee is …

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With over a million acres of public land and the strongest elk population east of the Mississippi, Kentucky is a sporting paradise. Key land features in Kentucky include the Bluegrass region, the Cumberland Plateau, the Western Coal Fields, Pennyroyal, and the Jackson Purchase. Joining the Union in 1792, Kentucky has been at the center of …

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