As always, thank you to all who attended! Because of you, we are able to make our events and projects such a success. A huge thanks to Sportsman’s Warehouse, Renee Snider and Lasher Auto Group for their generous donations! Become a major Sponsor for SSC by making a $5,000, $10,000 or $20,000 donation today! What does your donation contribute to? In addition to financially supporting our National Headquarters who provide Legislative support, funds help our listed local project
Are you a woman hunter who has what it takes? Extreme Huntress is currently taking entries for this season’s Extreme Huntress™ competition through April 1, 2017. If you, or someone you know, are ready to compete head-to-head in a hunting and skills competition this July in Texas then click the link to ENTER NOW! http://www.extremehuntress.com/main/entry-form The next Extreme Huntress™ 2018 will be announced January 2018 at the Dallas Safari Club annual awards dinner. Remember
SCI In the Crosshairs Yesterday, the U.S. Senate approved House Joint Resolution 69 with a vote of 52 to 47. This legislation previously passed the House with a bipartisan vote of 225 to 193. If signed by the President, H.J. Res 69 would nullify the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) rule, “Non-Subsistence Take of Wildlife, and Public Participation and Closure Procedures, on National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska.” Please contact President Trump today and urge him to sign H.J.
SSC Hunter’s Corner Annual Fundraiser – Member Hunts At the 38th annual SSC fundraiser banquet & auction, a few members shared their stories of hunts they won at previous SSC fundraisers. Let their stories encourage you to bid high at the next auction! Member Ron Mann won a three week whitetail hunt in Smeaton, Saskatchewan in the early 2000’s. It was a frigid zero degrees outside, and he held tight in an open tree stand. The hunt was one-on-one hunter to guide. He recalled s
Orders Strengthen America’s Outdoor Heritage & Restore Opportunities for Sportsmen and Anglers WASHINGTON – Today, on his first day on duty, Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (pronounced ZINK-ee) issued two secretarial orders which expand access to public lands and increase hunting, fishing, and recreation opportunities nationwide. These orders deliver on promises made by both President Donald J. Trump and Secretary Zinke to expand access to America’s public lan