Wet Weather Gun Barrel Tip
By Tony Graves
When I'm out on a muzzleloader hunt, I always take a small piece of electric tape and place the tape over the end of my gun barrel.
This is really an advantage on rainy days and on mornings when heavy dew is falling.
The tape keeps moisture out of the barrel which could lead to problems with the primer igniting my powder pellets.
But I also use ... READ MORE
Old Timer's Bag o' Tricks
By Richard Brubaker
If you are like me, you enjoy saving and eating the heart and liver from your deer. The problem is getting these tasty parts out of the woods without losing them or making a mess. Sure, you can put them in a plastic bag or game pouch, but then you have to transport the bloody pouch in your hands, pocket or backpack while you drag. Here's an old tim... READ MORE
No. 1 Tip for No. 2
By Joseph Bellapianta
Although we don't often see the subject of going to the bathroom in the woods as a topic for hunting magazines, TV shows or websites, it's still an issue every hunter must face from time to time.
After our baby was born, I learned there is something better than toilet paper of paper towels to use in the woods when it's time to face the dreaded num... READ MORE
Nationwide's Gas Saving Tips
By Nationwide Insurance
In the last two years, average U.S. gas prices have risen from just over $3 per gallon to about $3.60, according to GasBuddy.com. That's a lot to shell out for driving, so many Americans are looking to save any way they can. Here are some fuel-friendly practices that can help your tank last a little longer. Ease up. Aggressive driving won't just co... READ MORE
By Chuck Burklund
Backstraps and tenderloins are popular cuts of deer meat, but I never hear anyone talking about my favorite piece of the deer, venison flat iron steak.
That's probably because it's not the easiest cut to find and separate out. It's found on the top of the shoulder blade and is a distinctive muscle group.
The flat iron steaks are about 6 to 9 inch... READ MORE
Not Hunting = Great Hunting (sort of)
By Tim H. Martin
Throughout my years in the hunting industry and nearly forty years of hunting experience, I've met some incredibly wise hunters. I've learned a thing or two from listening to and observing certain successful people. One of the best philosophies I've gleaned is to find a great stand site and NOT hunt it. At least, not hunt it until conditions are ab... READ MORE