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Locavore Blog: Archery and Bowhunting Tips for Women

Before I started writing this blog, I was researching bowhunting and archery on my own. My interest in hunting was sparked when I was researching my piece on women hunters and local food for National Geographic and had the opportunity to talk with so many women hunters, both bow and rifle. It became an...

Yowza! What a nice buck!

Dig Deep for the Ultimate Reasoning Predator Within

Greetings to my venison BloodBrothers once again on yet another glorious summerday July 24, 2014 in America, on my deeranddeerhunting.com Uncle Ted NugeBlog #47. I suppose we should stop meeting like this, but hey, who would want to tamper with such a wonderful unprecedented communication opportunity like this where the greatest hands-on conservationists in...

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Locavore Blog: Field Dressing, A Story

Once upon a time before we decided to move to Vermont and I decided that I wanted to hunt my own deer, my husband and I used to drive about five hours north of where we lived in southeastern Michigan so he could hunt on his family’s rural property. This property was purchased by...

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The Nonroad Untraveled is More Fun Than The Road Less Traveled

Thank you Lord, and thank you America once again for this incredible American Dream beyond any dream I could have ever dreamed of. Rock-N-Roll and hunting defines my life beyond God, family and country, but quite honestly, my dynamo passions of hunting and music actually fulfill my obligations to The Big 3. I see...

Earrings made from deer hide and gem stones.

Locavore Blog: Using the Whole Deer

I mentioned last week that I’m interested in possibly processing my deer myself — along with the help of a few friends that have done it before. I’m not entirely sure why I feel this way, but it is definitely something that I’m considering. Much of my rationale behind wanting to hunt is because it...

Wild venison is the missing link for many of today's locavores. There's nothing more satisfying than preparing a dinner that you completely grew and/or harvested yourself. (photo by Dan Schmidt)

3 Ways Shot Placement Affects Venison Quality

The quality of your venison is a direct result of the care you take (or don’t) after the animal is down and while you are processing the animal at home. However, did you know that the it’s equally important to take care before the shot and during the trailing process? Here’s a few tips...

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Uncle Ted’s Mailbag: Keep Striving to Overcome Bowhunting Frustration

Deeranddeerhunting.com NugeBlog #45? Are you kidding me? So you expect me to believe that a guy who is on tour, not just any tour, but without question the most demanding, brutally draining nonstop rock-n-roll blitzkrieg tour of alltimes, conducting lengthy media interviews everyday, doing children’s and military charity stuff, writing articles for more than...