Great venison stays great only when it’s wrapped and frozen properly. Put these techniques to work to preserve your bounty better and longer.
When it comes to the wind and how it relates to planning a deer drive, should you push with the wind at your back or in your face for a chance at success?
Whether you’re hunting bucks or does, look for your next whitetail in these common but off-the-grid hideaways that are right under your nose.
It’s easy to think of an anchor as something that holds you back and limits your horizons. Deer hunting’s anchors are different.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not use some of your fantastic venison to create great meals to get the day started right!
Whether you use a deer processor or do your own work at home, hunters should focus on taking no chances that can ruin venison destined for the table.
Discover the secrets of smoking, an age-old venison preservation and flavoring process. Then put the techniques to work creating your own smoked meats.
Some of the best whitetail hunting happens in places where getting a deer out of the woods would be a challenge. But don’t let that stop you from hunting there.
Careful preparation in the field, skinning shed and kitchen will give you the best opportunity to have great tasting venison on the dinner table.