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The Top 10 Wild Turkey Recipe Countdown

Yep, fried wild turkey is surely hard to beat for taste and ease of cooking. But there are other ways to prepare America’s greatest game bird. If you’re looking for new ideas, you’ve come to the right place. And yes – several recipes here still involve frying wild turkey, but...


Turkey Heart-Stuffed Jalapeño Poppers

I’m a big fan of using every edible part of my wild game, including turkeys. Hunters who only keep the breast meat from their birds are missing out on some of the tastiest parts, including the legs, thighs, heart, liver and gizzard. Turkey hearts are a particular favorite around here...


How to Tighten Your Arrow Groups

Want to extend your effective range with a bow and tighten your groups? Of course, you do. Start shooting now. Habitual practice is like any workout program – endure a series of phases and reap the rewards. Phase 1: Make It a Habit Whether shooting before work or after dinner,...


Wisconsin Hunters Reject Changes to Deer Season

Few things fire up deer hunters more than changes to their season, and in the past two decades, Wisconsin has seen plenty of fired-up hunters. Many newly proposed hunting policies, some of which were enacted, have been met with public dissension. The latest debates stem from the Wisconsin DNR Spring...


Delta Waterfowl’s Answer to the No. 1 Reason for Duck Nest Failure

Delta Waterfowl's predator management efforts boost waterfowl production in the prairie pothole region. See how the organization targets nest-raiding critters. Click here for more Realtree waterfowl hunting content. And check us out on Facebook .


Watch this Mother Bear Rescue Her Cubs in South Lake Tahoe

Mother bears are known to be fiercely protective of their young. That protective instinct played out on camera recently when a black bear sow was filmed rescuing her young cubs. According to CBSN Bay Area , firefighters responded to a call about three bear cubs that had become separated from...


Chicken Killer Is My Name

Most nicknames are earned. They’re worn as a badge of honor, dishonor or plain old mockery. My most notable hunting handle all started on a youth upland bird hunt sponsored by Quail and Pheasants Forever , where I shot a stocked pheasant hen. Of course, while Kentucky does have native...


Bear Breaks Into Cabin, Steals Junk Food, Beer, Allergy Medicine

Spotting a black bear can be a treat for those visiting the Great Smoky Mountains, but two women vacationers recently experienced a black bear encounter that was a little too close for comfort. Michelle Eberhart and a friend were enjoying their morning in a Gatlinburg, Tennessee, cabin when the friend...


Ol’ Bart Likes Cubed Elk Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches

If you follow Ol’ Bart Likes on Instagram, you already know he cooks a mean meal, including lots of wild game. We're letting Bart take over Timber2Table for today's recipe, and he's sharing one of his favorite ways to cook cubed elk steak for Philly cheese steak sandwiches on his...


When Small Duck Decoy Spreads Work on Big Water

Big-water duck hunting calls for large decoy spreads, but hunters can’t always oblige. Whether you’re lugging blocks to a prairie slough or hunting a vast lake for an hour before work, sometimes you just have to deploy a small rig and hope for the best. And the truth is, small...


Where to Hunt Spring Squirrels

Spring squirrel hunting is an opportunity many of us overlook, and a family tradition for others. The following states offer short spring seasons or longer seasons that stretch into next year. Many of the same sit-and-wait or spot-and-stalk tactics you use in the fall and winter work now, too. Arkansas...


Braised Rabbit over Pappardelle Pasta

This is another recipe based on a menu item from the fabulous Grit Restaurant located in the quirky, eclectic Plein Air neighborhood down in Taylor, Mississippi, just outside of Oxford. Husband-and-wife owners Nick Reppond and Angie Sicurezza serve southern food in a sophisticated style. Think of it as grandma’s home...


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