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Leysath's Better Venison Cookbook
Tired of the same old venison dishes? Have an itch to do a little more in the kitchen or at camp with your roasts, tenderloin or shoulders? Bank on the years of knowledge - hunting and in the kitchen - from Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef, in his new "Better Venison Cookbook!" Leysath takes you from prep to table with great information and recipes you and your family or friends will enjoy.
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Many popular beliefs are being dramatically changed through scientific discovery. Even in the deer world, we are continuously finding out that what we thought was fact one day is completely disproved the next. By Matt Harper For example, for many … Read More
Veteran hunter and researcher Charles Alsheimer will discuss whitetail deer nutrition and land management today on Deer Talk Now. Alsheimer has studied white-tailed deer for almost four decades, both in the wild and in research facilities. His insights are based … Read More
Want to make an educated guess at the age of a giant whitetail buck roaming your hunting grounds? Analyze his physical features using Charles Alsheimer’s four-point system: 1. The rack. A buck’s antlers change significantly with age, especially after the … Read More
Intense Whitetail Management: Lessons From South Texas Provide Clues To Increase Trophy Buck Potential
The white-tailed deer’s popularity is especially augmented by its adaptability and abundance. This malleable herbivore is not only abundant, but it also can live just about anywhere — from our back yards to the deep, dark forests of Canada, providing … Read More
Let’s take a closer look at what factors cause older, mature bucks — those giant deer we all dream about — to become truly belligerent. By Charles J. Alsheimer In my mind, there are two kinds of white-tailed bucks. Those … Read More
Rut prediction analysis and hunting tips for the remainder of the season. By Charles Alsheimer I received an email two nights ago from Wayne Laroche (he’s hunting in northern Maine) asking for my assessment of this year’s rut … Read More
Story by Bill Vaznis Let’s face the facts. The vast majority of whitetails are shot more or less by accident. Every couple of years or so, we real-world hunters get lucky and have a buck suddenly materialize under our tree … Read More
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is reminding hunters that they may harvest any of the more than 240 white-tailed deer currently marked with radio collars or any of the 200 or so deer marked with ear tags during the … Read More
Spooking a buck in his core area doesn’t mean the game is finished. In some cases, it has really just begun. By Bill Vaznis The buck exploded from underfoot like a firecracker and then zigzagged across the creek and up … Read More
Big buck hunter and Deer & Deer Hunting fan Marc Anthony sent us this video from his summer scouting camera. All we can say is “holy cow!” Marc, keep us informed as hunting season rolls around.