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Venison Cubed Steak – Deer Meat Dinner

Remember this cut of meat may require an over night marinade to tenderize! Washing the meat twice in cold water helps remove game taste. I use Italian dressing to cut that wild game taste over night!   All Purpose Flour 1 pack dry Au Jus Half Onion ( Chopped) Oil...

Osceola Hunt – Grand Slam

I was fortunate to have be able to start my season in Florida seeking success on an Osceola towards my hopes of completing the NWTF Grand Slam. On a high I was unable to travel back west this season for a Merriam's hunt, but I wanted to share some of the pure joy I...

Surviving Hunting Season – A Woman’s Check List

1. A Woman’s CHECKLIST FOR SURVIVING HUNTING SEASON A growing number of women are becoming hunters for lots of reasons. If you’re one of them and want to know where to begin, take a look at the following tips. DO YOUR RESEARCH DO YOUR RESEARCH No matter what game...

Hunting? So Where Do I start?

How To Begin Hunting From My First Year Perspective.   It doesn’t take long reading various parts of this blog to realize one thing, I did not grow up hunting. Chances are you’re reading this because you didn’t either! I have been asked various times, how I began...

Bowhunting – Best Advice From A Begginer

Bowhunting was once a word I’d have never spoken regarding myself. Looking back to  my first few month hunting, I’d have called you crazy if you said I would be bowhunting . However, this gun girl shot a bow by chance one day at a friends house, the next day I...

Five Differences Between Black Bears and Grizzle Bears

  This entry is a precursor for a future post regarding the black bear and grizzly population. With various ongoing issues across the country, knowledge continues to be powerful. Above allI want to clarify how to distinguish a black bear from a grizzly! Most...

The Bryant Land Country Podcast – New Podcast Episode Alert

The ability to connect with people from near and far is a reason I love the community of hunters. However, being able to meet those who share residency in my home state is always a treat! Last year I had to opportunity to meet Bryant land. Recently we had an...

ATA 2019 – What Hit The Target

  This year the ATA was an experience I was able to have in person. There was endless rows of products to keep my eyes busy. However I had a few specific products I felt stood out among the rest.       The Cobra Switch Release   This is a...

ATA 2019 – Recap and Initial Report

 If you are new to the world of hunting and all things it entails, then you may not know what the ATA Show is designed for So that is where I will start this post. The ATA (Archery Trade Association) host an annual show that is unlike other shows for one main reason....

The Buck Stops Here- Solo Hunt Success

Watch the video taken just after shooting my last Georgia buck. With many things in life, we find great accomplishments as we learn and grow one step at a time. For me as a hunter, first came a successful kill, next level would be a successful kill on a solo hunt, on...

Venison Blade Roast

Let’s go back to the start! For me growing up in the South , deer hunting has never been unfamiliar in my community. However, the lasting memory of a church pot luck dinner nearly ended my wish to eat deer meat before I even got started. I am happy to say that I have...

Stories From A Tree Stand – River Drifting Deer Hunt

                  I fully believe that any day hunting, is a good day. More days are spent leaving with empty hands and yet the urge to keep trying grows stronger. This season brought new land, in an area I have had an eye on for some time for various...

Stories From a Tree Stand – Always Look Behind You

Here I am, facing the start of deer season once again. Excitement, anticipation, anxiety, and other emotions flood my mind. I’ve heard it said, don’t look behind you, you’re past that now. I don’t think I could ever agree with that...

Buying Hunting Gear For The Beginner – Where To Start

We all live on some kind of budget in todays time. With various reason, we can all agree, buying your camouflage can be a task! From various seasons, to terrain, there are many variations that come into play as a factor! Starting off...

Tree Stand Terror – Climbing Stands For Beginners

Let me start by saying, no one should be ashamed to say they are terrified, scared, or cautious  of climbing tree stands. I have no shame in saying I was once extremely terrified of heights and the first time I used a climbing stand,...

Behind The Hunt- Black Bear Hunt Break Down

Now that you have seen the highlight video from my black bear hunt in North Saskatchewan, I’m going to break it down. Here is the full story, things you did see, things you did’nt and all the between!   CLICK BELOW TO WATCH MY...

YUDU Outdoors – No Sensors Allowed

Bloody hands, fish guts, big bucks & more...Reasons we have been attacked as outdoorsmen and women across various social platforms....    Here is where YUDU Outdoors takes it’s place! With the outdoors being the way of life...

Covert Ops

One thing I refuse to skimp on is scent control!I am not as good as a deer, but I have always had intense olfactory receptors, like a hound dog some have said! I am constantly comparing scent coverage and looking for that all natural smell!  Checkout my very impromptu...

The GameSaver® Big Game – Hunt To Harvest

This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of FoodSaver®; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. It’s almost that time of year again – the part where we rejoice and celebrate our parents – more specifically our fathers and father-like...

Multus Deer Drag- Handle It!

You've harvested a nice buck. He fell 200 yards from your stand. After admiring his body size and impressive rack, you start planning how to transport him to your truck. You have several different hauling methods from which to choose, but not all are as equally easy...

Cooking Venison – The Basics

        By Bianca Share This   Whether you are an avid hunter or your neighbor just gifted you a pound of venison, following a few basic cooking tips can produce a flavorful meal. Venison is easy to...

Public Land Quota Hunts- Georgia 2018

PUBLIC HUNTING OPPORTUNITIES 2017-2018 GENERAL QUOTA HUNTS 2018 TURKEY QUOTA HUNTS 2017–2018 WATERFOWL QUOTA HUNTS APPLICATION PERIOD: JUNE 1 - FEB. 15 APPLICATION PERIOD: JUNE 1 - OCT. 15 LOCATION QUOTA DATE Alapaha River WMA Q30 Mar. 24-30 s | Mar. 31-Apr. 6 s B. F....

Insane Ways to Hunt: Looking Back on Our Ancestors

Humans are hunters. We kill animals because it's hard-wired into our brains to get enough meat and fat to keep us alive. Sorry, Bambi: It's you or me. Even though it isn't strictly necessary today for us to track down and kill wild critters ("Judy! That pot roast...

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