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January 2018

Scott Leysath

Boar Stew – Make a Tasty Stew from your Feral Swine


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When you can’t close the door to your freezer, it’s time to use up some of the inventory. And as good as I’d like to think I am about labeling and dating whatever goes into the freezer, some animal parts manage to last a year or two longer than they probably should. Of course, the […]

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Melissa Bachman

Why Suppressors


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Over the past year, I’ve been lucky enough to start using suppressors on my rifles. I absolutely love it. The one thing that came unexpected were the comments I received from fellow hunters questioning why on earth I would ever need or want a suppressor on a hunting rifle. I understand that everyone seems to […]

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Nikki Boxler

Check out the 6.5 Creedmoor


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The Nitty Gritty  If you are anything like me, you can tell me about numbers and ballistic coefficients. But what I really want to know is how the gun and ammunition actually perform and feel when shooting it.  So here is what I personally experienced and picked up on while using my rifle this hunting […]

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Scott Leysath

How to Grill a Quail (and have it taste moist and delicious)


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When it comes to delicate upland game birds like quail, be very suspicious if the recipe instructions include, “Cook until the juices run clear.” A quail is not a chicken. There…we got that out in the open. If your quail is dry, it’s your own fault. Perhaps you read a recipe that instructed you to […]

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Nikki Boxler

So You Want to Work in the Outdoor Industry?


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Often times I am approached by folks that have the goal of combining their career with their passion. They ask me how to work in the outdoor industry. My first response to this question is “what are you looking to do?” Often times people pause before responding back with something along the lines of … […]

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Melissa Bachman

Melissa Bachman’s Top 20 Useful Coyote Gear List


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Coyote Drag: If you have ever had to drag a couple of coyotes out of a deep river bottom or in some rugged country, it doesn’t take much to appreciate how helpful this simple item can be. They are available for purchase or you can simply make your own cheap and easy, Cut a short […]

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Nikki Boxler

A Successful Whitetail Hunt – Texas Style


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After two layovers and getting delayed on my final flight the plane finally touched down in Amarillo. I said hello…..again to freezing cold temperatures. Come on Mother Nature, this is the South! It’s supposed to be warm! The temperatures in Amarillo were forecasted to be in the 40s. However, when I arrived, I must have […]

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Scott Leysath

Easy Ways to Make Wild Ducks Taste Better by Scott Leysath


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Put your turkey baster back in the drawer. The drippings that you splooge over the roasting bird will only help to crisp up the skin. Crispy skin is good, but it doesn’t mean squat if the cooked bird is dry. A brine is a mixture of water and salt. You can add other stuff to […]

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