Inside the Fall Issue of BHA’s Backcountry Journal

Backcountry Hunters & AnglersThe newest issue of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ magazine is available today

MISSOULA, Mont. – The latest edition of BHA’s quarterly publication, Backcountry Journal, is arriving in members’ and distributors’ mailboxes this week. The new issue is loaded with educational and experiential articles about backcountry adventure, the politics of public lands – including BHA’s new campaign to Vote Public Lands and Waters – and just plain fun stuff. From the bayous of Louisiana to the
Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness north of Yellowstone National Park, Backcountry Journal covers the continent. Here’s a taste of what’s inside: [Read more…]

Victory Archery Joins BHA as Corporate Partner

Victory Archery LogoBackcountry Hunters & AnglersMISSOULA, Mont. – As bowhunters across North America head afield for challenge and adventure, Victory Archery and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers are launching a corporate partnership that underscores Victory’s commitment to the wild public lands and waters on which its customers depend. [Read more…]

BHA Adds Four New U.S. Chapters

Backcountry Hunters & AnglersMISSOULA, Mont. – Backcountry Hunters & Anglers members demonstrated again their passion and commitment to public lands and waters and to North America’s fastest-growing sportsmen’s group, forming four new BHA chapters and further expanding BHA’s influence across the continent. [Read more…]

BHA Rallies Public Lands Sportsmen in Wyoming

Backcountry Hunters & AnglersCASPER, Wyo. – This afternoon on the banks of the North Platte River, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ president and CEO exhorted a crowd of sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts to stand united against efforts to divest Americans of the nation’s public lands and waters.

Hundreds of public lands advocates traveled to east-central Wyoming to attend the Casper rally. Taking place only days before a pivotal presidential election and barely a week after a federal jury in Oregon acquitted radical anti-public-lands activists who staged an armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, the event was charged with a sense of urgency as speakers addressed threats to U.S. public lands, the outdoor opportunities they represent and the economic vitality they currently offer. [Read more…]