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Dismissed: HSUS Lawsuit to Silence Maine’s Wildlife Professionals

5 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

On Friday, April 3, 2015 Maine Superior Court Justice Joyce Wheeler issued a final judgment in the question of the state’s ability to comment on wildlife issues. In her ruling, Wheeler sided with the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance and fully dismissed a lawsuit aimed at silencing Maine’s wildlife professionals. Show More Summary

Illinois Painter Goes for Monster Muleys on Sportsman Channel’s “Brotherhood Outdoors” on Sunday, April 5 at 11 a.m. ET

5 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

NEW BERLIN, WI (April 1, 2015) – On Sunday’s episode of Brotherhood Outdoors presented by Bank of Labor, Union Sportsmen’s Alliance member, Steve Lefaver, leaves his comfortable home in Montgomery, Ill. for the rustic, chilly surroundings of Lewiston, Mont. Show More Summary

Notes From HPS

David goes on record at Guns Magazine trying to convince hunters and other sportsmen (not the first time he has tried) to be wary of so-called “environmental” and gun control groups and alliances with such ne’er-do-wells.  I just don’t see what the debate is all about, despite one commenter.  If hunters think for one second […]

Volunteers Donate Skills to Restore Wildlife Habitat and Trails at Bolsa Chica Ecological Preserve

Project spearheaded by Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s conservation-focused “Work Boots on the Ground” program A community-wide conservation effort to help restore the wildlife and recreational coastal wetlands of Bolsa Chica Ecological Preserve...

Michigan Roofer Guest Hunter on Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) Brotherhood Outdoors TV

Lifetime outdoor sportsman goes after biggest buck he has ever seen The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) national outdoor TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, takes Derek Carrington of Buchanan, Michigan on a Kansas whitetail hunt on Sunday, April 6,...

USSA Announces Vice President of Development and Membership

The U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA) is pleased to announce that Sean Curran, of Sunbury, Ohio has been appointed Vice President of Development and Membership. He joins the organization during a time of great opportunity as it seeks to create and adv...

U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance Opens Office in Sacramento

The U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA), a national organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights of hunters, anglers, and trappers, has opened an office in Sacramento, California. This office will serve as a western U.S. headquarters fo...

Maryland Father and Son Featured as Guest Hunters in March 16 Episode of Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s Brotherhood Outdoors TV

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) national outdoor TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, takes Wess Ringgold, and his son Josh Ringgold, both of Maryland, on an Iowa pheasant hunt, Sunday, March 16, at 11 a.m. ET, on the Sportsman Channel. The epi...

Wyoming Sportsmen’s Alliance Hails Passage of G&F Funding Bill

More sportsmen’s dollars will be used for wildlife-related programs with the recent passage of a bill allowing the Wyoming Game & Fish Department to receive state funds for two key expenses previously paid for through hunting and fishing license...

Brotherhood Outdoors TV Takes a Philippi, West Virginia Coal Miner on an All-expense Paid Thanksgiving Day Illinois Whitetail Hunt

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) national outdoor TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, takes Chad Keller, a union coal miner from Philippi, West Virginia, to Illinois, for a Thanksgiving Day white-tailed deer hunting adventure. The show airs Sund...

‘Brotherhood Outdoors’ Takes Retired Union Machinist California Hog and Wingshooting for His First Out-of-State Hunting Experience

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) national outdoor TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, awards retired union machinist Joe Harris, of Chesterfield County, with an all-expense paid  trip to  California for a hog and wingshooting hunt on Sunday, F...

Union Sportsmen’s Alliance Kicks off New Season of Brotherhood Outdoors on Jan. 5

Program spotlights everyday hunters and anglers Sundays at 11 a.m. ET on the Sportsman Channel The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance kicks off the 6th season of its award-winning TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, with an elk hunt that is as challenging as i...

Custom Deer Blind Creates Safe Hunting Access for Kids with Mobility Challenges

Volunteers raise money, support the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance Work Boots on the Ground project A new, custom-built deer blind in the Western portion of the Texas Hill Country set the stage for kids with mobility issues to experience the thrill of t...

National Outdoor TV Show to Feature Hendersonville Resident in July

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s award-winning TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, will air the second episode of its fifth season on Sunday, July 14 on Sportsman Channel. The episode features David Ragland, a union elevator constructor (IUEC Local 9...

Brotherhood Outdoors New Season Watch & Win Contest Kicks off with Texas Elk Hunt

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s TV series, Brotherhood Outdoors, returns to Sportsman Channel on Sunday, July 7 for its fifth season of taking everyday sportsmen on extraordinary adventures.  The new season kicks off with Mike Kraning, a sheet me...

New Jersey Union Members Improve Hunting Opportunities for Sportsmen

Union volunteers construct pheasant transport boxes to assist NJ Fish and Wildlife program This past fall, the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance and New Jersey unions hosted the Tri-State Area Conservation Dinner and raised $5,000 to be used for a local con...

Congress to Hold Hearing on Bill to Protect Hunting on Public Land

Sportsmen’s Alliance to Provide Key Testimony The U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance’s Director of Federal Affairs, Bill Horn, will testify on the reasons why Congress must act on critical legislation which was recently introduced in the House of Representatives. The House Sub-committee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands will hold a hearing on HR 1825, the Recreational [...]Show More Summary

Professional Shooter Lays Down the Law on Brotherhood Outdoors

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s award-winning hunting and fishing TV show, Brotherhood Outdoors, will feature a Texas quail and hog hunt with professional shooter and veteran, police chief Diane Sorantino, at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday, April 7 on Sportsman Channel. A proud member of PBA Local 59 in Cape May County, New Jersey, Sorantino is [...]Show More Summary

Brotherhood Outdoors Heats Things Up with Grueling Arizona Bow Hunt

The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s award-winning hunting and fishing TV show, Brotherhood Outdoors, will feature an Arizona mule deer bow hunt with firefighter Michael McShane at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday, March 24 on Sportsman Channel. A proud member of IAFF Local 2909 in Dover, New Hampshire, McShane has dedicated his life to serving others and [...]Show More Summary

New Massachusetts Bill Could Allow Animal Rights Activists to Sue Hunters

A bill introduced by Massachusetts State Senator Mark Montigny (D- New Bedford) could open the door for private lawsuits for suspected animal cruelty. According to the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA), Senate Bill 767 would grant private citizens to sue pet owners, farmers and possibly even hunters for perceived ill-treatment. The bill is one of several others [...]Show More Summary

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