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Nikki Boxler

TUNE YOURSELF UP FOR THE SEASON TO COME


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During hunting seasons and travel associated with the occasional hunting trip, I would bet most of us either find ourselves nowhere near a gym or with a severe lack of motivation to spend time inside away from the water and woods. Whether it be camping with the family on the 4th of July or spending […]

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Scott Leysath

EVERYONE’S FAVORITE – TIME TO CLEAN OUT THE FREEZER


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  It’s the annual “Clean Out Your Freezer” event, happening in your kitchen or garage this week. Not next week, not next month, this week. You know that it has to be done, but then, so does setting up trail cameras and scouting for good animals, but both of those activities are more fun than […]

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Live the Legend

CHOOSING THE BEST CHOKE FOR YOUR GAME


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With screw-in chokes and multi-barrel over/unders or even side-by-side shotguns, bird hunters have an opportunity to choose the best constriction for the shot they are shooting and game they are hunting. For close shots on birds such as released quail or other tight sitting upland game that present close shots, a more open choke such […]

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Melissa Bachman

HUNTING WITH YOUR FAMILY HEIRLOOM RIFLE


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When it comes to family heirlooms, there are many types. In my family, guns are one of the most sacred heirlooms passed on through generations. These aren’t just any gun or guns; but guns with stories, a history, and something to be remembered. Some people keep things like this locked up or under glass, but […]

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Nikki Boxler

HOW TO START A SURVIVAL FIRE


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Enjoying a campfire during calm, summer nights is among the most relaxing ways to kick back and enjoy life with family and friends. Starting a fire in the comfort of your backyard prepared is easy – grab some firewood, a lighter and a starter log and you are good to go. But, what happens if […]

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Scott Leysath

HOT FUN IN THE SUMMERTIME – SAUSAGE PARTY


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  No doubt you’ve heard the expression, “Never visit the sausage factory.” Of course, that’s because most folks just don’t want to see what goes into making sausage. We’ve all heard tales of lips, ears, glands and all things gristly that, once passed through a meat grinder, get crammed into a casing and loaded into […]

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Nikki Boxler

HOW TO GET YOUTH MORE INVOLVED IN THE OUTDOORS


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Technological advancement and their benefits can be seen and felt all around us – its impact on our society and what it allows humanity to accomplish are invaluable. But, I am not alone in realizing the many drawbacks to having seemingly endless technologies available at our fingertips 24/7, 365 days a year.  These drawbacks become […]

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Scott Leysath

VENISON AND WINE PAIRING #101


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Dear Scott, My snotty friends all make fun of me because I drink white wine with venison. They tell me that I’m missing out on what they call “the complex pairing of a well-seasoned piece of lean, grilled meat with a peppery zinfandel.” What should I do? I don’t like red wine and I really […]

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