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Deer Management

Deer Management
Managing deer in your area     We all know the feeling of the first buck you see during season right? I know my adrenaline of just seeing the first deer of the season is very satisfying even if it’s a doe! Do YOU shoot it or do you wait? Well I want to discuss this topic further. Do you wait for the “Big” buck or do you shoot the first deer you see? Are you doing it for the sport, for the meat, or possibly because you have a trigger finger? I was doing some research online about the biggest typical...
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Pan-Fried Venison

Pan-Fried Venison
EASY. This recipe is so good and doesn't over season the wonderful taste of fresh venison. 1 pound venison tenderloin, cut into 1/2 inch slices 2 cups crushed saltines 2 eggs 3/4 cup milk 1 teaspoon salt  1/2 teaspoon pepper 5 Tablespoons canola oil DIRECTIONS: Flatten venison to 1/4-in. Thickness. Place saltines in shallow bowl, then whisk the eggs, milk, salt and pepper.Coat venison with mix and coat! Place in large skillet over medium heat, cook until desired doness. Yield: 4 servings.
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Lease Land from Landowners for hunting.

Lease Land from Landowners for hunting.
Since moving to Minnesota, hunting has been different for me. When I lived kn Kansas the family had 5,000 acres of land. I could hunt anywhere I wanted. I wasn't really aware of "public land". I did not have to deal with any other hunters. Even though we leased some of the acreage to hunters, I never had to deal with them that much. Hunting on "public land" has presented itself with many challenges. So I have decided to try and go get permission from some of the local landowners. I'm not sure how to approach some of them, so I...
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Grilled Bacon Wrapped Bear Roast

Grilled Bacon Wrapped Bear Roast
This recipe will make you think you are eating a beef prime rib roast! I promise!  The amount of each ingredients will vary with roast sizes.  I tried to explain the amounts to use based on how much of the roast to cover.  I like to use the "smell" test.  If it smells good after the marinade and rub is added, it will TASTE good!   Ingredients: Bear Roast (trimmed well for better quality and taste) 1 LB Bacon Toothpicks 1-2 Cups Red Wine Honey Olive Oil 1/4 Cup Orange Juice (or Pineapple) Garlic Powder Brown Sugar Cinnamon Seasoning Salt One...
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Hunting Lull...

Hunting Lull...
Deer and bear hunting are over. The DNR has forced you to take your ice house off the lake. No worries my friends, your hunting skills will be tested soon! You may  wonder....What caliber gun? What camo do I wear? There will be no need to gas up the four wheeler or get an expensive guide. You will need. Boots, a water bottle, and a ice cream bucket. I am talking about mushroom hunting, or picking. That's what others call it. Mushroom picking has been something that I have grown up with. I know as soon as the poplar trees leaves...
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