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How to Skin and Quarter a Deer

Processing your own deer is easy and fun. It saves the cost of having it...

First Look: Outdoor Edge JaegerPair

The JaegerPair, a lightweight and compact fixed-blade combination set from Outdoor Edge, weighs only 8.5...

Peccary Quest: Where and How to Hunt Javelina

Ever wonder where and how to best hunt javelina? Contributor Aram von Benedikt brings to...

Member's Hunt: The 29-Day Recovery

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Jim Heinbaugh of Manchester, Pa.

Trail Camera Tricks for Predator Scouting

Think your trail cameras have no use after big-game season? Think again. Try these tactics...

First Look: GameMaker Original Collapsible Batter Bowl

Composed of BPA-Free food-grade materials, the bowl is both dishwasher and microwave safe, and has...

First Look: Ranew's Outdoors Hanging Judge Gambrel and Scale

The Hanging Judge Gambrel and Scale, allows hunters to get an accurate weight on their...

Join the Hunt: Save Money, Eat Game

It’s true out-of-state tags aren’t a cost-effective way to fill the freezer, but there are...

Members' Best 2019

Your photos provide not simply a review of your accomplishments and endeavors over the past...

The Kodiak Limit

The big island is home to an abundance of game including Sitka blacktail, ducks, and...

Making Meat: How to Be Your Own Butcher

Follow these guidelines on how to cool, cut, age, prep and cook game meat, and...

First Light: Hunters for the Hungry

Did you know there are 13.7 million hunters in the United States alone, according the...

Know-How: Power Up

Here's how some of your home hardware tools can help your deer hunting next season.

5 Kitchen Essentials for the Hunter

A hunter and chef outlines must-have tools for every hunters who cooks his own game.

5 Things to Keep in Mind When Having Your Game Meat Processed

Whether you plan to do it yourself, or intend to use a butcher, here are...

Field Processing & Butchering on Backcountry Hunts

Here are four knives and tools that can get the job done on any backcountry...

How to Make Axis Venison Meatloaf

Axis deer mostly graze on grass, as well as weeds and forbs. This makes the...

How to Age and Braise Venison

The key to delicious venison is aging it properly. Just like a good twelve ounce...