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  • Venison- and Blue-Cheese-Stuffed Mushrooms

    Easy to make and a hit at any gathering, these venison-and blue-cheese-stuffed mushrooms are simple to make and work well as a main dish or an appetizer or snack. For a main course, use large portabella mushrooms; for snacks or appetizers, use baby bellas or large button mushrooms. Start the...

  • Third Time’s A Charm

    It isn’t often a hunter gets a second chance at the buck of a lifetime. A third chance is unheard of. But that is exactly what happened to Luke Carswell, owner of 7 Bar Outfitters in Morehead, Kentucky, when he took a world-class buck during the 2015 Kentucky modern firearms...

  • Federal Funding to Boost Wildlife Habitat

    The federal government wants to encourage folks to preserve wildlife habitat and maintain land for farming and ranching — in a big way. Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Nov. 16 that $350 million will be made available to help landowners protect and restore critical farmlands, grasslands and wetlands across the...

  • People You Meet During Duck Season

    The Newbies This group will represent the majority of encounters, whether they will admit they’re newbies or not. You can spot The Newbies easily because they will usually be eager to talk and tell you (truthfully) how their hunt went. Treat The Newbies with kindness and kid gloves. They need...

  • Wild Turkey Barley Soup Recipe

    Wild turkey barley soup extends the hunt. Works well with farm bird leftovers, too. I cooked this hot meal with a fall turkey breast this season. You'll need: 2 teaspoons of cooking oil 1 cup of chopped yellow onion 1 cup of cubed wild turkey breast 32 ounces of chicken...

  • I'm Thankful For The Deer

    The crisp November air rustled the leaves. A twig snapped. I looked over my shoulder to see a yearling buck easing toward me down an oak ridge. It didn’t take long for it to wander out into the CRP a couple hundred yards away. As I sat there, I realized...

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