4th Saturday each September
National Hunting and Fishing Day, held the fourth Saturday of each September, celebrates the outdoor activities of hunting and fishing while emphasizing conservation. It was first established by President Nixon in 1972 and is marked by outdoor events held throughout the country. Its roots go back more than 100 years to President Theodore Roosevelt, who introduced the first laws regulating the hunting of wildlife in the U.S. – National Today
In honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day I would like to express a few thoughts. As a sportsman for many years, we should take the responsibility and have the honor of protecting and preserving our natural resources. Responsible hunters and anglers know and realize that if we treat the land right, it will be good to us and give up the bounty it has to offer.
It’s always a good practice to leave a fishing hole cleaner than when you arrived. As with a lot of things in our society, it’s up to us to lead with good examples and to educate those who may not know or understand.
Respect and responsibility should be the values that make our future generations understand and appreciate what many of us may take for granted.
Good hunting and tight lines.
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