August 2014

Scott Leysath

A Bloody Mess


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A few years back, a friend of mine had several of his deer processed by someone who should probably rethink his career choice. It appeared as if the animals had gone straight from the field to the freezer without any hang time or aging. Once thawed, all of the butcher paper-wrapped packages were soaked through […]

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Whitetail Properties

Trail Cameras – The One Mistake Hunters Make Most


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Trail Cameras – The One Mistake Hunters Make Most The most overlooked aspect of setting and placing trail cameras is checking them and checking them properly. This video blog from the Whitetail Properties’ boys will showcase some of the better ways to check trail cameras…doing so may lead to bigger bucks this fall. Take every […]

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Scott Bestul

The Boys of Summer II


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Last post I took a look at why whitetail bucks form bachelor groups. Not only do these boy-bands provide entertainment for deer hunters, they can reveal some important information for the upcoming season. There are a few things I study any time I get the chance to observe a bachelor group, which actually happens fairly […]

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Scott Leysath

Barbecue Sauce


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Slathering a hunk of deer meat with barbecue sauce just seems like a natural thing to do, especially when the weather is suitable for outside grilling. My favorite parts are the burnt edges and ends that happen with sugary ingredients connect with open flame. With the Labor Day weekend upon us, it seems timely to […]

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Important Factors To Review When Buying Whitetail Property


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Price, Location, History: All Hugely Important Factors When Buying Hunting Property This World of Whitetail video blog details the factors you need to give consideration to when purchasing hunting property. While price, location and history of deer taken from the property are important, so are the location of the region itself and the ‘neighborhood’ your prospective property […]

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Ron Spomer

Shoot Quick and Deadly With MPBR


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MPBR has nothing to do with rodeo, but it can prevent you from getting “thrown”on your next big game hunt. Maximum Point Blank Range is a zeroing system that maximizes any cartridge’s maximum effective hitting range without holding high or low. In other words, you zero your rifle so its bullets never fly above or […]

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Scott Bestul

The Boys of Summer


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The Boys of Summer The first time I saw a bachelor group of whitetail bucks I thought I was dreaming, and in some form of paradise. I wasn’t old enough to hunt yet, but I’d sat with my dad while he did, and seeing one buck was miracle enough. But that day, driving to my […]

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Scott Leysath

A Few Random Things On Cooking Game


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A few random musings on cooking game… 1. I spend a lot of time in duck clubs, lodges and camps. What’s the deal with all the containers of meat tenderizer I find piled up in the pantries? If you want your game to be tender, proper field care, aging, storage and cooking is the key, […]

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Ron Spomer

Better Accuracy Through a .22


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Over 3 billion rounds of .22 rimfire ammunition are fired every year for darn good reasons: they’re inexpensive, quiet, low-recoil, ideal for hunting small game and perfect for target shooting. But they’re also ideal for training big game hunters. Big game with a rimfire? Sure. Anyone who shoots a centerfire rifle —from .22 Hornet to […]

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