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Common Sense Rules When Turkey Hunting

Common Sense Rules When Turkey Hunting Each spring thousands of hunters enter the woods in pursuit of the wild turkey. Turkey hunting is considered one of the most challenging hunts. Using a little common sense keeps you and other hunters enjoying this great sport for life. Here are some common sense rules to a safe turkey hunting experience: Target Identification—Being 99.9 [...]

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Whiskey Glazed Wild Turkey Breasts

Whiskey Glazed Wild Turkey Breasts Makes: 4-6 Servings Ingredients: Harvested Wild Turkey Breasts, with Skin & Brined                     12 Tbsp. Butter 3 Cup Turkey Stock                                                                     [...]

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Where To Place Protein Feeders; To Attract The Most Deer

Protein feeder placement plays an important role in antler development because bucks tend to dominate feeders with protein-rich feeds. Whitetail bucks frequent protein feeders daily, especially during times of low natural forage and feeding protein is beneficial for the entire deer community, including pregnant, nursing does and fawns. When establishing a supplemental feeding program for your deer herd, protein feeder placement [...]

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​Spring Turkey Hunting Strategies

As Spring Turkey season gets underway this month across the nation, here are a few tips to help with your spring turkey hunts.Where to find spring turkeys Pre-season scouting is an ongoing strategy so get out there in advance. Wild turkeys leave a mess wherever they go, making them easier to find when you’re out scouting. Look for molted feathers, scratches in [...]

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​Jambalaya with Venison Sausage - Just in Time for Mardi Gras

Makes: 6 ServingsIngredients:1 lb. Herbed and Spiced Venison Sausage, sliced  1 lb. Med. Shrimp, peeled1 (14 1/2-oz.) Can Del [...]

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Key Facts about Deer Protein

In mid-February right after Valentine’s Day when their antlers begin to shed, whitetail bucks begin the rebuilding process of antler development for the following season. Protein feed provides important nutrients they need for maximizing antler size during the peak growing season. A whitetail deer’s velvet antler, before it mineralizes, is made-up almost entirely of a protein called collagen. In whitetail bucks, [...]

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Venison Stew with Carrots, Onions and Potatoes

Venison Stew with Carrots, Onions and Potatoes Makes: 10-15 ServingsIngredients:8-10 lbs. Venison                             2 Cans Tomatoes2 Tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar           2 Cans Tomato PasteSalt to taste                                     4 Medium Carrots,SlicedWater                                               2 Medium Onions, Chopped 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce        3 [...]

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Deer Blind Observations for Success

by Joe DoggettUnless your family crest depicts David Crockett on one escutcheon and Daniel Boone on another, the odds of "walking up" a mature white-tailed buck are not very good. In fact, they are terrible.Ramming around on foot in the brush is an excellent way for the average hunter to spook and scatter game that could have been taken [...]

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Patience is a virtue in hunting blinds

by Joe DoggettWhile you are huddled in the deer stand and growing old waiting for light, take a moment to ensure that your variable scope is turned to its lowest magnification. The resulting increase in the field of view will gather more light for enhancing an early target. And, keep in mind that any deer that becomes visible during [...]

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Why the First Two Hours of Daylight Produce the Most Fall Bronze

SHARED FROM OUR FRIENDS AT FIELD AND STREAM. By Dave Wolak November 3, 2016If you share my passion for monster smallies, you understand it’s of the utmost importance to get out early on fall days, even though the mornings are chilly and the dark sky makes it seem really early. I was recently talking about this approach with my [...]

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