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  • Ray’s Dry Rub Turkey Burgers

    When it comes to wild turkey legs and thighs, I am generally a soup or dumpling kind of guy. When Realtree’s Ray Lynch suggested I try his Dry Rub Turkey Burgers, I was intrigued. He was right; I may never make soup out of turkey legs again. Begin the prep...


  • Man Films Himself Jumping Zoo Fence to Pet Cougars

    An Ohio man is lucky to still have his hand after jumping a fence to pet cougars at the Columbus Zoo. Joshua Newell, 35, of suburban Gahanna posted a video of his encounter on YouTube. You can hear him calling, “Here, kitty,” as he moves closer to the animals, which...


  • Congressional Bill Could Boost Hunting, Fishing

    Hunters and anglers stand to reap the benefits of bipartisan legislation recently introduced in Congress. On July 23, the four House leaders of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus — Reps. Tim Walz, D-Minn.; Rob Wittman, R-Va.; Gene Green, D-Texas; and Jeff Duncan, R-S.C. — introduced the Sportsmen’s Conservation and Outdoor Recreation...


  • Venison Rouladen

    As I type this, we are 45 days away from opening day of Kentucky's archery deer season. Like a lot of you this time of year, we are in a rush to empty the freezer of last year’s venison. By now, most of the prime steaks, backstraps and inside loins...


  • Hunting is Safer than Bowling

    When I was a kid, I remember adults talking about how “dangerous” hunting was . “Go do something safe like playing soccer or riding your bike,” they said. Well, it turns out that a person is 43 times more likely to be injured bicycle riding than hunting, and 54 times...


  • CWD Study Raises Grave Concerns

    As chronic wasting disease continues its seemingly inexorable march across North America, new research suggests more cause for worry: The mutant proteins that cause CWD might have the potential to affect human health. A study by Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, found signs of CWD infection in two...


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