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Texas Hunter Real Ale Beer Battered Fish Recipe

Texas Hunter’s Real Ale Beer Battered Fish Recipe INGREDIENTS: 2 quarts vegetable oil for frying 8 (4 ounce) fillets – catfish, bass, bluegill, cod, etc… salt and pepper to taste 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons garlic powder 2 tablespoons paprika 2 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons ground black pepper 1 egg, beaten 1 bottle of Real Ale Lost Gold IPA (or your favorite beer) DIRECTIONS: Heat oil in a deep fryer to 365 degrees F [...]

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8 Ways to Improve Trail Camera Pics

Labor Day isn’t just the unofficial winding-down of summer; it’s also a great weekend to check your trail camera photos and if you haven’t set them up already, it’s time to get those trail cams in place. While deer antlers are in dramatic growth mode right now across the country, whitetail hunters will be quietly retrieving images from their trail [...]

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Helping Fawns Survive the Summer

Providing cover helps fawns survive these summer months. Fawns experience fast growth over the summer months. Fawns in northern states are typically born in May and June while fawns in the South are born over a much wider time frame. Healthy fawns average 4 to 8 pounds at birth, and then double that weight during the first 2 weeks [...]

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NEW! Texas Hunter Caps Now in Stock

Sport the latest in Texas Hunter head wear this summer. Available in six colors with a low-profile fit and mesh back to keep you cool.

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Shoot or Don't Shoot - 5 Tips for Judging Whitetail Bucks

Body references help evaluate bucks. Values may vary from region to region but these 5 tips to judging live whitetail deer from our friends at Gamekeepers will give you an idea of what you are looking at when the moment comes. 1.Compare the size of the antler bases to the size of the buck’s eye. The circumference of a mature buck’s eye [...]

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What is the best Buck to Doe Ratio?

Harvesting the right deer and the right amount of correct deer can have more influence on your hunting results than any other habitat management plan you can implement. It depends upon a manager's goals, but most should try for a balance – an even buck to doe ratio and a uniform age structure usually produces the best results. In [...]

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Where to find Bass this Summer

Threadfin shad are among the most abundant - and sought after targets - of feeding bass. They’re common in southern waters and their range extends into the Midwest, though they are sensitive to cold water and die when the water temperature drops below 41°. The plankton–eating shad spawn near the surface at first light when water temperatures are higher [...]

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How to catch more Catfish

Catfish are one of the staples for anglers who enjoy eating their catch. Channel catfish are abundant throughout the south, spawning in holes and crevices in flowing water. Channel catfish may exceed 40 pounds, although the typical size is less than five pounds. White catfish, yellow bullheads and brown bullheads usually range from one to two pounds, and readily spawn [...]

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All About Antlers

Deer Hunters Love Antlers Let's face it, Deer Hunters love antlers. However this is not a new phenomenon as evidenced by the numerous paintings, etchings, and rituals involving deer in nearly every culture where deer in humans have coexisted. Not only were deer antlers used as weapons, tools, and decorations, they were revered for their fascinating shapes and sizes. This [...]

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Establishing a Formula for Shooter Bucks

Determine the categories. In an effort to help you determine the age of bucks on your lease or property and whether or not to shoot, here are some guidelines to creating a formula that will help identify shooter bucks. These categories can be used to judge bucks based on established minimums for each category: 1. Body Weight – 185 Pounds 2. Antler [...]

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