Monthly Archives: November 2019

Raspberry Vinaigrette Marinade and Sauce

  If you’re short on time and looking for an easy and super-delicious marinade and sauce, this one fits the bill. Soak venison steaks for an hour or so before slapping on a white-hot grill. The sugary raspberry preserves will give the grilled meat crispy, caramelized edges. For extra flavor, baste with vinaigrette while grilling, […]

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Kansas: Hunters Donate 200 Turkeys to Brighten Thanksgiving

The Sycamore Ridge Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is providing 200 turkeys to families in the area to help complete the traditional Thanksgiving. The donation was made possible through the help of community partners Terre Haute Chevrolet, Central Indiana Asphalt, Roly Poly, Simms Painting Co.,  Cattail Hollow Farm LLC, Premier Auto Source, Blackburn Collision, Case Building […]

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#1 Bowhunting Practice Tip

While it has been over 8 1/2 years since I originally wrote this article in 2010,, the message is still the same! The #1 bowhunting practice tip that you can use this season is that longer is better when you are at the archery range. Shooting longer allows you to stretch your limits and […]

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Cabela’s Tips for Using Deer Decoys

On this episode of Cabela’s Whitetail Season, we enlist the use of deer decoys to get the attention of a territorial buck in the early season. Using a deer decoy helps hunters on the ground and in the stand. Be sure to set up your deer decoy close to your stand in an open, visible […]

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