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December 2017

Scott Leysath

Venison Burger Pie – Easy to Make and Super Delicious!


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You might be more familiar with Sheperd’s Pie, a classic ground lamb dish. I do remember that my dad used to get a heaping bowl of hamburger pie and stir it up into an orangish gruel that looked more like something you might get in prison. And while I’m sure it tasted about the same […]

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Live the Legend

Shotguns for Self Defense at Home


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And unlike a centerfire round shot from a rifle, shotgun loads tend to have less velocity limiting the likelihood of pass-through shots in walls in a home. So what should a person look for when considering a shotgun for home defense? While 12-gauge shotguns set the standard for the most popular size chambering today, the […]

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Ron Spomer

338 Win Mag – the Ultimate Elk Round


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Most have never seen commercial production, but the 338 Win. Mag. has. Since Winchester introduced it in 1958, this belted magnum round has slowly but steadily proven itself as the best balance between shootability and lethal terminal performance of any current production cartridges employed in elk habitat. That, of course, is just my opinion, but […]

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Melissa Bachman

Christmas Gifts for the Outdoors-Person in Your Life – or Perhaps Yourself


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  Dave Smith Decoy- Over the years I’ve had so much success with this posturing buck decoy. Not only does it draw the big bucks in with its realistic paint job and the way it postures, but it holds big bucks! This gives you time to get the shot off you need, but it also […]

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Nikki Boxler

Late-Season Whitetail Tips & Tactics


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Often times I will have a great feeling about a certain spot, but if the wind isn’t blowing in my favor it is critical to adapt and change up the game plan. I am a firm believer in hunting the wind. If I have the slightest hesitation about wind, I will move to a different […]

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