Japan Opens Hunting Business School

A city outside of Tokyo now offers courses to educate locals on how to make a living through hunting. The city of Kimitsu is presenting a rare opportunity for the local government to formally teach hunting and cooking game. But, it took a blunder to bring this need to light. After the city of Kimitsu [...]

By |November 9th, 2018|Hunting|0 Comments

DSC Chapter Network Growing Fast!

The DSC Chapter Network, now just barely three years old, has added three new chapters in the last couple of months. DSC Oklahoma, DSC Texas Panhandle and the East Texas Sportsman's Club, aka DSC East Texas, have come on board, bringing the total number of chapters to 11. Boasting nearly 150 members, DSC Oklahoma will [...]

By |November 1st, 2018|Chapters, Hunting, News, Press Release|0 Comments

Don’t Miss the Hunter’s Moon Tonight

We don’t just mean an episode of Larry Weishuhn and Blake Barnett’s “DSC’s Trailing the Hunter’s Moon.” The full moon in tonight’s sky is officially called the Hunter’s Moon. Each month has a unique name for the full moon, which has been shaped and shifted through various cultures over centuries. Many of the names are [...]

By |October 24th, 2018|Hunting, wildlife|0 Comments

DSC Voices Strong Opposition to Cancelled Grizzly Hunts

A federal judge has reinstated federal protection for grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone region blocking planned hunts in Idaho and Wyoming. On Sept. 24, 2018, Federal U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen disregarded the advice of numbers of wildlife biologists and conservation experts when he ruled to overturn the March 2017 decision by the U.S. [...]

Black Rhino Import Permit- YES!

By Richard T. Cheatham, DSC Foundation President The U S Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) will approve the issuance of a permit to import the black rhino killed by the US hunter who purchased the export permit and hunt at an auction conducted by DSC Foundation in December 2016. This decision is a significant victory for those [...]

By |September 26th, 2018|Hunting, wildlife, Wildlife Conservation|0 Comments

Panhandle Mule Deer Regulation Change

Planning on hunting mule deer in the Panhandle? Make sure you have brushed up on the new antler restriction. Hunters in Briscoe, Childress, Cottle, Floyd, Hall, and Motley counties will be required to uphold a new antler restriction regulation that requires all harvested mule deer bucks to have a main beam outside spread greater than [...]

By |September 20th, 2018|Hunting, wildlife, Wildlife Conservation|0 Comments

Unarmed Bow Transport Rules Finalized

Effective October 18, anyone on foot or horseback can carry unloaded bows and crossbows across National Park Service property without a permit. The proposal began earlier this year with a public comment period from March 2, 2018 to May 1, 2018. See the full press release below from National Park Service: The National Park Service [...]

By |September 17th, 2018|Hunting|0 Comments


Please read FACE's latest releast on the spread of African Swine Fever in Europe. DSC has recently become an associate member of FACE. Download the full release here.

By |September 14th, 2018|Hunting, wildlife, Wildlife Conservation|0 Comments

It’s Good News for Hunters

The start of September has positive news pouring in for sportsmen in the U.S. From the U.S. House of Representatives to impressive economic reports, stay updated on announcements to increase hunting opportunities, expand funds to reach recruitment efforts and see the impressing numbers sportsmen and women contribute to the national economy. On Sept. 7, U.S. [...]

By |September 13th, 2018|Hunting|0 Comments

New Hunts Open in TN and NC, Opportunities Reduced in NJ

Velvet in Tennessee Ever hope to take a buck with velvet on his antlers, but by the time hunting season starts, most velvet has already been shed? A group of hunters in Tennessee brought a request to the Wildlife Commission asking for an earlier season for a chance to take a buck in the velvet [...]

By |August 22nd, 2018|Hunting, wildlife|0 Comments