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Elk Hunting: The Mental Game

You can shoot a can off a post at 400 yards, you hike 5 miles...

Field to Table: How to Care for Game Meat

When you eat what you kill, it’s your job to ensure your prime cuts stay...

6 Steps to Delicious Wild Game

From the field to the table, Camp Chef’s Brooks Hansen shares his secrets for making...

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...

Are Neck Shots on Big Game a Good Idea?

A common item of discussion among big-game hunters is proper bullet placement. All of us...

The Biggest Myth in Snow Goose Hunting

The notion that snow geese are unfit for consumption is widespread, but with a little...

Footwork: When to Walk and When to Run for Elk

Elk hunting is a lot like life. You need to realize when to run and...

First Light: Hunters for the Hungry

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

Recipe: Braised Venison Shank

It's not easy to get the most out of a shank. Let Brad Fenson lend...

How to Cook Wild Game in a Dutch Oven

Tips for cooking in the classic cast-iron Dutch oven.

Recipe: Sparky’s Grilled Goose

The key to great goose is in the processing and the cooking. Here's a how-to...

Sparky’s Game Bird Tuscany Medley

Game birds and waterfowl are delicious when cleaned, cooked and served appropriately. Don't believe us?...

How to Clean a Wild Turkey

So you've killed a turkey. What next?

How to Skin and Quarter an Elk

Here's a method that can be applied to trophy bulls, raghorns and cows alike.

First Look: Browning BXR Ammunition

There’s a new player in the hunting ammunition market, and its deer load works—well.

The Animal Time Forgot

The author wanted no part of a muskox hunt in temperatures below zero. But in...

Wing to Table

The flavor of waterfowl resembles red meat more than any poultry. So why cook ducks...

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...

Hunting Season, Brought to Table

A simple, elegant and approachable way to cook your game meats brought to you by...
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