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If you insist on having your perfectly good whitetail turned into sausage, there’s nothing I can do to stop you. Nor do I really want to. If the only whole muscle meats you keep are tenderloins and backstraps, well, I think there are better options, but I’m not here to change you. I just want […]
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My family eats tacos at least once a week. Whether I make them at home or we go to our favorite non-chain, funky taqueria, one of us will say, “Let’s have tacos tonight.” In my house, that usually means, “Dad, make us tacos tonight.” One of the cool things about tacos is that you can […]
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Knowing the exact size of your food plot is a critical step in planting it correctly. You’ll save money and seed, and your plants will grow better if seeded at the proper rate. Follow this week’s tip to learn how to find out the exact size of your food plot (hint: you’re probably overestimating all […]
Late summer and early fall is the perfect time to plant food plots. And as most of us know, proper soil treatment can turn a so-so food plot into the Garden of Eden. This week’s tip illustrates my favorite type of fertilizer…and the lengths to which I’ll go to apply it, even to a remote […]
I like to make a “milk run” once a week or so to check trail cams; swap and pull cards, tweak setups and set new cameras. View this week’s video tip on how to assemble a trail cam kit loaded with all the essentials needed for keeping your cams fed and watered, and for avoiding […]
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Modern cartridges like the .300 Winchester Short Magnum and .17 Winchester Super Magnum didn’t spring out of thin air. They evolved. And it was a slow evolution. After the “discovery” of black powder in the 9th century AD, it took another 200 to 400 years for effective firearms to develop. They were little more than […]
Gun recoil is somewhat like beauty. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Recoil is in the mind of the shooter. Well, partly in the mind. Unlike beauty, gun recoil can be felt and measured. But it isn’t “felt” the same by every shooter. How do you know how much recoil you can tolerate? […]
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