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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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Grilled Orange Spiced Dove

Makes: 4 Servings8 whole dove2 cups orange juice1 tablespoon honey ½ cup olive oil1 tbsp. smoked paprika 2 minced garlic cloves2 tbsp. chopped fresh thyme leavesSalt and PepperDirections: In a shallow dish, whisk the orange juice, honey, olive oil, garlic, thyme and smoked paprika. Divide the marinade between [...]

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2016-2017 Texas Hunting Seasons

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Emergency Contact List For Hunters

As you're preparing for your hunt, here’s a handy form to use to write down important contact numbers and information you may take with you on your hunt. Once filled-out, shoot a photo and text it to your friends and family so they will also have this information. #huntersafety #texashunterproducts www.TexasHunter.com

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6 Tips for Better Bowhunting

1. Float the PinAllowing the sight pin to float around the deer as you squeeze the trigger will help you tighten your groups. When practicing, don’t try and hold the pin perfectly still on your mark, which is hard to do anyway. Instead, let the pin float around the target and then squeeze, keeping it slow and steady. 2. [...]

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Product Feature - Texas Hunter Products Stand & Fill Deer Feeders

This year’s game changers from Texas Landowner Magazine includes Texas Hunter Products’ Stand and Fill Deer Feeders in their 2016 Hunting Season Gear Guide.  Check out the Texas Hunter Stand & Fill Deer Feeders here: www.TexasHunter.com

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