Tag Archive: hunting

Feb 10

How To Break Down A Venison Hindquarter

If you like to hunt deer and to eat the venison or if you have a kind hunter friend that gives you a deer when they go hunting this may help you save some money. You will learn how to break down the hindquarter into nice cuts of muscle meat for roasting and stewing. Go …

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Feb 03

Build Your Own Practice Range

If you like to practice your archery and would like to have a target that is all set up and protected from the rain without having to get it out and set it up each time here is a neat way to build one.  Matt shares his material list and some instructions on how he …

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Jan 08

Quietly Hunting Fowl With Air Rifles

There may be times or times may come when you will need to hunt and do it quietly. For small game like rabbits you would probably want to use a .22 air rifle but for pretty much any feathered target the.177 will work just fine. Gary Lewis takes you through the finer points of each …

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Nov 24

Learn about Rack Size From Whitetail Rubs

Great information to help the hunter get an idea of the rack size of the whitetail being hunted by being able to read and understand the rubs on trees. In this article you can learn how to tell what size buck you are hunting. By knowing how to read the rubs you can tell if …

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Oct 29

Interpreting The Chases To Track The Rut In Whitetail

Learn how to tell the difference between testosterone-driven chases and estrus-driven chases. If you are a hunter and looking to get some tips on the best time to be in the tree stand for the rut, check out this article from Outdoor Life. They explain what to look for in an  estrus-driven chase so you …

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Sep 27

Make Your Own Deer Attractant

Deer season is here, learn how to make your own attractant that will have them coming for months. GaHoundsman shares his recipe for a deer attractant that will make four gallons for around twenty dollars. This mixture is then poured on a circle of ground that you semi till to loosen allowing the mixture to …

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