Monthly Archives: February 2018

Bucks are Still Fighting? Wisconsin DNR Separates Locked Bucks in Sauk County

Bucks are still sparring in Wisconsin.Last month, we shared some footage of two locked-up bucks an Oklahoma game warden managed to free. We thought the incident was a little unusual being so long after the conclusion of the rut. But apparently, bucks are still sparring in many areas of the country, including Wisconsin.The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shared these photos […]

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Top 10 DIY Western Hunts

Trying to pick out the best do-it-yourself Western hunts is like trying to name the 10 prettiest girls on a college campus – there is a considerable amount of personal taste involved. But I gave it my best shot. All of these hunts can be done without an outfitter and at relatively low cost. Most […]

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5 Reasons Why You Need This Rangefinder

Long-range shooting has surged in popularity in recent years, thanks in-part to technological advancements in rangefinding units that have taken some of the mystery work out of hitting targets at extreme distances.  Laser rangefinders, ballistic software, DOPE cards and wind metering devices have revolutionized the way shooters address long-range shooting problems.  The KILO 2400 ABS […]

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Venison Cheesesteak Sandwich Recipe

A satisfying recipe for venison cheesesteak sandwiches with sautéed leeks, bell peppers and hot provolone cheeseVenison Cheesesteak Sandwich Recipe (Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley photo)Serves:4Prep time:15 minutesCook time: 30 minutesIngredients:2 pounds venisonSeason salt, to taste2 tablespoons butter1 red bell pepper1 green bell pepper1 leekWorcestershire sauce, to tasteGarlic powder, to taste4 slices provolone cheese4 sub/hoagie rolls, split​​Directions:Add in leeks […]

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Springtime Struggles for Whitetail Deer

A white-tailed deer’s diet changes throughout the seasons. During winter, as food sources become more scarce, deer rely more heavily on woody browse to sustain them. (Photo courtesy spring, not winter, might be the most challenging time for winter-worn whitetails.No matter the region, winter is an extremely stressful time for whitetails — even in the […]

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Hunters, Teach Your Kids Intolerance for Animal Cruelty

Let it not be lost on your kids that the hunting community does not tolerate cruelty, and will deliver real consequences to youth as well as adults.A while back, two teen hunters faced criminal charges over a series of Snapchat videos that show them terrorizing a dying deer after it was shot, as reported by Channel 3000. After the Wisconsin Department of Natural […]

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