September 2015

Scott Bestul

Shooting Lanes – Smallish Paths or Bowling Lanes


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Hunters tend to divide into one of two camps: those who prefer a low-impact, trim-lightly-and-sneakily approach, and their polar opposites, who cut lanes with power tools. The former group argues that bucks are uber-sensitive to intrusions and changes in their world, so taking a minimalist approach that disturbs the least vegetation and makes less noise […]

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Scott Leysath

Scott Leysath Tips On How To Best Dress/Process Game


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  There are plenty of good game processors out there and it’s been my experience that most have upped their games over the past few decades. There was a time when it wasn’t all that uncommon for people to bring me Frisbee-sized deer steaks that looked like a cross-section of the hind leg with sinew, […]

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Scott Bestul

Digital Technology For Deer Hunters – Way Cool!


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First, make sure the unit (there are several companies out there making digi-scope mounts) fits your phone. The one I purchased was marketed as being a “universal” model that would fit any smartphone, but when my neighbor tried it on his IPhone 6, it wasn’t the case. Plus, the thing wasn’t even close to handling […]

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Scott Leysath

How To Make A Quick Venison Sandwich


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Either of those options would eventually work for a good sandwich. If you’ve ever placed a tough deer steak between two slices of toasted bread, you’ve got a pretty good idea what’s going to happen before that first bite when the meat pulls out and slaps you in the chin. If you had just taken […]

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