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  • Wild Pig Breakfast Casserole

    Looking for a breakfast dish that will fill up everyone in camp and get them ready for a long day afield? Try this one-dish casserole. Eggs, sausage , hash browns, peppers and onions, all in a cheesy plate full of goodness. The recipe works equally as well with venison or...

  • Mountain Lion Pounces On California Mechanic Opening Up Shop

    I’m sure this California mechanic never considered getting pounced on by a mountain lion a likely workplace hazard, but it happened. While opening LJ Automotive in Palmdale, Cal., Hank Barkerfelt got the scare of his life when a female mountain lion jumped on him, pushing him against the wall. Luckily,...

  • Practice Real-Life Shooting Scenarios

    People might have a different opinion and reason why they like shooting. But regardless of specific reasons, guns are just plain fun to shoot. The main reason why I shoot is simple: I want to be a better hunter. And for this, I practice real-life situations that I might encounter,...

  • What To Know About Scrapes

    I get pretty darn excited when I see the first fresh-pawed ground of the year. It means the bucks are starting to feel their oats. Here are seven things to know about scrapes, and how to hunt around them. 1. THE LICKING BRANCH IS MORE IMPORTANT Everyone gets excited when...

  • Sage Grouse Study Provides Good News

    As Western sportsmen rally around plans to protect sage grouse populations and habitat without federal intervention, the birds have provided some good news. The greater sage grouse is North America’s largest native grouse, and it inhabits 11 Western states and portions of two Canadian provinces. Sage grouse populations have decreased...

  • Secrets to Early Teal Success

    Many hunters throughout the midwest are relatively new to early season teal. Traditionally, such a pre-season warm-up was a southern tradition, as no early teal seasons were offered up north. Michigan, Wisconsin and others were long ago termed “production states”, meaning early season hunting wasn’t an option. The thought was...

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