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August 2017

Scott Leysath

Early Season (Warm Weather) Game Processing


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Ice…and lots of it. Not cold water where there used to be ice…ice. To keep my ice frozen, I use ice extenders like Arctic Ice. They keep the ice lasting much longer, especially when the weather is better suited for dove hunting than a deer hunt. A good cooler is essential. The farther you have […]

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Early Goose Season Tips


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A drive by any golf course, shopping mall green space or public park will provide all the anecdotal evidence you need to confirm goose populations are thriving just fine. In fact, so many geese had taken over one Virginia Beach, Va., neighborhood where hunting wasn’t practical so government trappers stepped in and euthanized 103. Indeed, […]

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Rob Pincus

Defensive Shooting Target Distance


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If you carry a gun in the public space and spend a lot of time out of doors, you could potentially have to shoot to defend yourself over a wide range of distances. Tom Givens, who ran Rangemaster in Memphis, TN for many years and teaches defensive shooting all around the country, has put a […]

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Melissa Bachman

Here we Go – Early Teal Season!


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First, the weather will more than likely be quite warm so bring a cooler with plenty of water, sunscreen and of course bug spray. There is nothing that will make your time more unpleasant than swarms of mosquitoes buzzing your head. It’s also a great idea to throw in a ThermaCell if you think the […]

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Nikki Boxler

A Venison Dish for the Season to Come


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Here is what you will need: Meatloaf Ground venison (2 lbs) 1 onion, diced 1 egg, beaten Salt & pepper to taste 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 cup of bread crumbs 1 oz packet of onion soup mix 1 cup of milk Glaze Topping: ¼ cup ketchup ¼ cup brown sugar ¼ cup apple cider […]

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Scott Leysath

Shanks for the Memories – How to Make Delicious Deer Shanks by Scott Leysath


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There are those of us who wouldn’t think of tossing out anything with protein or collagen that can be transformed into a soup stock or sauce. We use every part of an animal. I’m not an organ guy, but I do save them for my friends that like hearts, livers and gizzards. Others just save […]

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Tips for Clean Shots on Dove


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So what’s a hunter to do? Whether hunting on your own or with a group of hunters, the features of a dove field that affect flight patterns and landing preferences of doves will almost always be the same. Learn to identify these spots and be sure you are set up where more shots are likely. Here […]

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