• Old Fashioned Biscuits and Gravy

    May 5, 2020 Comments Off on Old Fashioned Biscuits and Gravy Recipes

    Some old style cowboy cooking and a great new cook book. Check out Cowboy Kent Rollins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GN1lh9q5WE https://kentrollins.com/cookbooks/ Posted by Dine Wild Inc. on Tuesday, March 3, 2020

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  • Cooking Beer Braised Maple-Bourbon Venison Sausages

    April 28, 2020 Comments Off on Cooking Beer Braised Maple-Bourbon Venison Sausages Recipes, Videos

    Beer Braized Maple Bourbon Venison Sausages. This is one of my favorite sausage dishes as it’s it is a one pot meal. You can add to the pot anything you’d like such as potatoes, rice or more meat. Secondly, The onion & beer gravy is a great part of this meal however it can also …

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  • Finding Out The Best Hunting Knives Brand

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on Finding Out The Best Hunting Knives Brand Hunting

    From the earliest days of man on earth up until now, hunting knives have remained as one essential tool that we used for our survival. With the passing of time, they too have evolved in form, size, shape and purpose alongside with the changing needs of the humankind. In our modern era, each hunting knife …

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  • How to Manage Deer on Property You Own

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on How to Manage Deer on Property You Own Hunting

    There is a science involved with deer property management and you have to respect it. If you don’t understand the reason behind something, ask about it. The more you understand, the easier it will be for you to make the commitment to those procedures. The goal is to offer a quality habitat where healthy deer

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  • Hunting And Going Big – Really Big

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on Hunting And Going Big – Really Big Hunting

    My very first experience with the Remington brand came via a bolt-action rifle made by a different manufacturer that was chambered for the relatively new (at that time) .416 Rem. Mag. cartridge. I bought the rifle at 19 years of age for $400, a real steal in my opinion. However, at the time $400 was …

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  • 9 Dove Hunting Tips

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on 9 Dove Hunting Tips Hunting

    Dove hunting season is an exciting time of year. It kicks off the fall hunting season and can be a whole lot of fun as well as a chance to get tuned-up for fall and winter bird hunting. When heading out to the dove field I prefer to take my Baretta 12 gauge auto loader, …

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  • Advantages of a Guided Goose Hunt

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on Advantages of a Guided Goose Hunt Hunting

    Goose hunting is the most challenging passion for the waterfowl hunters. The geese are sensitive which is pretty tricky for the hunters to make the perfect shot. If you are planning a hunting trip and you need a voice of experienced that guide you to your trip and make it more entertaining, successful and safe.

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  • Tips for Elk Hunting

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on Tips for Elk Hunting Hunting

    First, which your guide should or already knows that hunting in thick cover will help your chances of shooting that monster elk. You can glass for elk on open hillsides, since most likely you will see an elk especially cows and young bulls. But seeing some of the best sightings can be done under thick …

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  • Early Season Bow Hunting For Whitetail Deer

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on Early Season Bow Hunting For Whitetail Deer Hunting

    A monster whitetail buck can leave evidence of his existence in an area as early as late February/early March when he sheds his antlers from the previous year. By the end of March and into early April, most bucks have lost their headgear and have started working on their new antler growth. Although it can …

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  • Beginner Tips for Turkey Hunting

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    April 16, 2020 Comments Off on Beginner Tips for Turkey Hunting Hunting

    First tip, scouting your hunting area 2 to 3 weeks before your hunting season. If you can try to make it out before the sun raises, you can see the turkeys getting out of the trees and see where they are heading and also try to make it out when the birds are getting ready …

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