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  • Venison Backstrap with Black and Blue Bourbon Sauce

    The blackberries on our back ridge are starting to ripen. The kids headed out this morning and picked the first of the spring for us. Bring on the cobblers, the pies, and the dumplings. But fresh berries don’t have to be relegated to dessert; they make an excellent sauce to...

  • Deer Stalking in Southern France with Pierre Lacombe

    Realtree International Pro Staff Pierre- Jean Lacombe shares how the hunting season in Southern France has gone so far. Our Roe Deer season started on June 1st with extraordinary high temperatures. The first two weeks have been what we can call “tough” hunting, with animals moving very early and very...

  • Other Species Sought by Turkey Hunters

    Are you a two-season wild turkey hunter? Or do you hunt beards in the spring and antlers in the fall? Squirrels and rabbits? Upland birds, predators and even bear get plenty of attention by turkey hunters. They decoy and call in ducks and geese, too. How about you? Statistically speaking...

  • First Lead Ammo Ban to Begin in California

    Beginning July 1, hunters must use non-lead ammunition on all California Department of Fish and Wildlife lands and for Nelson bighorn sheep hunts statewide. The ban marks the first step in a multi-year phase-out of lead ammo in the state. Proponents of the California ban and similar measures say non-lead...

  • Family Has Close Encounter With Grizzly Bear

    This Montana family had a lot more confidence in the strength of their vehicle's glass windows than I probably would, had a huge grizzly bear been crawling around on my car. While driving home from Yellowstone National Park, this family got an up-close and personal view of a grizzly as...

  • Nebraska Seeks Public Input on Waterfowl Zone Changes

    I’m a big believer that, in most cases, game and fish managers are doing all they can to ensure the best hunting and fishing experiences for the majority of their constituents. And, while I feel this has been the general theme across most of the country for quite some time,...

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