May 2015

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Scott Leysath

Whitetail Burrito by Scott Leysath


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If you’d like your burrito to have a little more kick, give it a dry rub with your favorite southwestern spice blend and refrigerate it for a few hours. Before you toss the cubed venison into a screaming hot skillet, make sure you’ve got all the other ingredients on deck. Much like stir-frying, it all […]

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Ron Spomer

You Lucky Dog


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Then you’ll pour finely ground black powder into a small flash pan on the side of your rifle, covering it with a steel lid called a frizzen. Pray the wind doesn’t blow and it doesn’t rain. Cock that hammer that has the slab of flint rock clamped in it and hope the buck doesn’t hear […]

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Scott Bestul

Goal-Setting


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After all, even the most successful whitetail hunters started out as guys happy to take a buck—any buck—on the ground, and moved up from there. They made the switch by a) becoming more skilled and b) dreaming big (which I call “goal setting”). As a former athlete and coach, I know a few things about […]

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Scott Leysath

Burger Madness


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That was our weekly “Burger Madness” special. If my memory serves me well, and that’s questionable these days, it wasn’t unusual for us to serve 600 – 700 burgers in 5 hours. If you’re a deer hunter, chances are good that you have a good supply of ground meat in the freezer. Ground venison is […]

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Ron Spomer

Dirty Little Secret


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Sure, you want to keep the action and surfaces rust free and functional, but don’t jeopardize shooting precision by over-cleaning bores. The best understood version of this involves that famous “clean bore” fouling shot. Enough of us have heard about this that we generally fire at least one shot through a squeaky clean bore before […]

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Scott Bestul

What Makes a Great Deer Hunter?


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And if you’re not, you should be, simply because doing so allows you more time in the deer woods and, by default, more chances at a big deer and/or venison. Obviously we learn a lot from Adam regardless of what he totes to a tree stand. The man can simply kill very big deer, and […]

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Scott Leysath

Smoking


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Ten to twelve bucks for a 4-ounce bag of beef jerky seems crazy. I mean, really, could it possibly be worth $40 a pound? I guess that depends on how hungry you are and how much cash you have to spare. I’d rather make my own jerky. Not so much because of the high cost […]

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Live the Legend

Breaking Down The Bullet – Overview by Mike Stock


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Too, learn more in this video about the bullet’s contour jacket and how this will benefit you…the deer hunter

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