July 2016

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Scott Leysath

How to Cook a Delicious Deer Shank


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When it comes to cooking deer shanks, you know, the delicious part that many hunters either throw away or feed to the dog, most of us cut them into 3 or 4-inch thick sections and braise them until they’re super tender. That’s just fine, but if you really want something that’ll make ‘em say, ”Holy […]

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Ron Spomer

The BEST Deer Cartridge – Could This Be?


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Good news. If you own a deer rifle, you are shooting the BEST deer rifle for the job. This may surprise some of you because you’ve heard arguments and read articles about THE BEST all-round deer rifle/cartridge in the world. These “discussions” have been going on ever since Grog flung a round stone and Rock […]

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Scott Bestul

How to “Steer Deer” Your Way This Fall


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The problem with whitetails is, those trails they love to follow don’t always wander through the best place for a stand or blind. Fortunately, with a little work and some simple tools, you can often change their preferred travel routes into places that work better for you. Follow this week’s tip to learn how to […]

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Scott Leysath

A Noble Cause – Hunt.Fish.Feed


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One of the most gratifying things I’ve done during the past several years is to participate in the Outdoor Sportsman Group Network’s “Hunt.Fish.Feed.” program that connects hunters and anglers with food banks, homeless shelters and military veterans and families of those who serve our country. Hunt.Fish.Feed. has provided over 26 thousand meals at more than […]

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Ron Spomer

The .223 Remington versus the 5.56x45mmNATO…is There a Difference?


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Many shooters are confused about the common .223 Remington cartridge and the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge, which are the same thing, aren’t they? Well, sort of… The 5.56x45mm cartridge is the military version of the .223 Remington or, more precisely, the .223 Rem. is the civilian version of the 5.56x45mm. Here’s how it all came down… […]

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Scott Bestul

The Peak of the Foot Plot Planting Season is Here…Here is a Tip to Help


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The next few weeks will be the peak of the food plotting season across much of whitetail range, and combatting weeds is one of the chief concerns of all successful food plotters. Follow this week’s video tip to learn about a tool that not only helps control weeds, but does so much more!

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Scott Leysath

How to Make Summertime Cool and Crunchy Wraps


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I’m all in favor of cooking up a mess of grilled venison burgers on a hot summer weekend get together. Cooking anything outdoors keeps the kitchen cool and reduces kitchen clean-up. But I do like to eat indoors as well, especially after a day in the sun. These cool, crunchy and flavorful ground venison lettuce […]

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Ron Spomer

“How To” Trigger Accuracy


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Want to hit the next deer you shoot at? Then practice trigger control. Everybody talks about “good triggers” and “crisp triggers.” Too few of us focus on something more important: trigger control. A trigger that breaks like a glass rod at 3-pounds of pull is nice. What’s nicer is a shooter who can pull a […]

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Scott Bestul

What is a Licking Branch and How Can One Bring You to Big Bucks?


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Most of us recognize the importance of licking branches to whitetails, especially bucks. What fewer of us know is that bucks don’t just use licking branches during the rut. Follow this week’s tip to learn why licking branches are an excellent trail cam site during summer.

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How to Break Down Venison Into Little Part


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Once you have your deer broken down into the major muscle groups, it’s time to spend a little extra time fine-tuning the meat. All too often, I’m given deer steaks and roasts that are loaded with silver skin and other junk that is much better left in the trash can. Very often, it’s the fat, […]

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