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August 2017

Scott Leysath

EARLY SEASON (WARM WEATHER) GAME PROCESSING


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As I write this blog, I’m about a week away from my first deer hunt of the season. By the time this blog posts, I will hopefully have bagged, processed, cooked and consumed at least part of an early season deer. I’m headed to the central coast of California to shoot a blacktail deer on […]

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Ron Spomer

HOT AND COLD – CURING THE RIFLE FLINCH


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Need to cure a flinch? Need to develop great trigger control, shooting form and prevent developing a flinch? Mix and match dry fire. Training with an empty rifle helps shooters forget about recoil and concentrate on proper form and trigger control. They can see where their sights were when the firing pin clicks. So load […]

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Live the Legend

EARLY GOOSE SEASON TIPS


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It was little more than 20 years ago that the Atlantic Flyway was closed down temporarily to Canada goose hunting because it was feared their numbers were too low. It didn’t stay closed long and for good reason. The Canada goose population in the East and across the rest of its migratory range has exploded. […]

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Rob Pincus

DEFENSIVE SHOOTING TARGET DISTANCE


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Training at realistic defensive shooting distances is vital if you want to develop applicable shooting skills and truly understand your own abilities. In the moment of a defensive gun use, you should be shooting only when you have the expectation that you will be able to hit the target you need to hit. Training at […]

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Melissa Bachman

HERE WE GO – EARLY TEAL SEASON


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Early season waterfowl can be an absolute magical time of the year. The weather is usually beautiful, people are so excited to finally get back out into the field and one of the first seasons to usually open involves hunting teal. As a young girl growing up in Central Minnesota, teal hunting is something we […]

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Nikki Boxler

A VENISON DISH FOR THE SEASON TO COME


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There is nothing like walking into the house after a cold day in the tree stand and smelling the sweet aroma of meatloaf in the oven. This comfort food is a hunting camp favorite. With every bite it always takes me back to my grandma’s home cooking! Presume the same is true for you as […]

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Scott Leysath

SHANKS FOR THE MEMORIES – HOW TO MAKE DELICIOUS DEER SHANKS


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You know, I’m just not getting through to some of you. In spite of me telling folks that the shanks are some of the best-eating parts of an antlered animal, as far as I can tell most people are still throwing them in the trash…or feeding them to their dogs. I’m all for rewarding my […]

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TIPS FOR CLEAN SHOTS ON DOVES


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Dove hunting across the South and many other areas where it is practiced is a huge social affair that not only provides an excuse for sportsmen to gather before or after the hunt for a big meal, cold drinks and a lot of storytelling, but also serves as the unofficial kick-off for the fall hunting […]

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