In deer hunting, as in life, it can be easy to lose track of what matters most. A certain number of inches of antler. A bigger buck than the next guy. More whitetails on the meat pole. The fastest bow. The sleekest rifle. The latest high-tech gear. Many factors can send...
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.
Prepare your venison and fire up the grill to enjoy the deerhunting bounty nature has provided.
In many ways, whitetail hunting is a solitary game. At least, that’s the way we make it these days. Sure, deer camp with people who matter to us is an important part of the gun hunting experience. But how much do we really share? Certainly, the joys of camp life. As...
I remember my first batch of venison summer sausage. This was back in the “olden days” of the early 1980s, when I was fresh out of college and poorer than when I was in it. But true to form for a young hunter with boundless energy, I had a good autumn...
Roosting gobblers is an old tradition and hunting tactic that works if you're stealthy enough to get close the next morning without spooking the bird