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Ragu: The Italian Hug In a Bowl
Make Your Own Pasta Topped with Delicious Ragu Winter is ragu time. Winter here in the north has rolled in with a vengeance, so it is time to share hearty heartwarming food with family. While deciding what to do with my canned venison, the idea of rich tomato ragu on fresh pappardelle captured my attention.…
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Snaring 101
From the very dawn of human history, animal fur has been a source of protection from the elements, a way of establishing social ranking, a trading commodity, and a medium used for artistry and clothing. When out snaring coyotes, surrounded by snow, trees, and crop fields, a trapper is far more likely to consider the…
The Split-Eared Doe
Here’s where my brother was frustratingly situated. “That blasted doe must have a sixth or seventh sense! Whenever she gets close to where I’m sitting, she starts blowing! And it doesn’t matter what stand I’m in. This afternoon, she started blowing before she got to my north shooting lane, the blind in the northwest corner.…
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Getting a Proper Fit for Your Rifle
Proper rifle fit is often overlooked when purchasing a new firearm, but it’s crucial for maximum field accuracy. Not all rifles fit the same, nor do all shooters require the same fit. Many hunters’ first experience shooting is with a borrowed rifle. These guns typically don’t fit very well, resulting in bad habits developed early…
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An Amazing Tale: Our Plan B Elk
After months of planning and setting up access, my son Kyle and I were off on our northern Saskatchewan camping/special draw elk hunting trip. Once camp was set up, we spent the next couple of days with some on-the-ground scouting, so we were ready to roll come opening day. One of the areas we had…
Spypoint Releases the New Flex-S
The Trail Cam upgrade we have been waiting for The new SPYPOINT Flex-S integrates the power of the sun with an included solar panel charging an internal lithium battery. This feature diminishes the need to make trips to check cards or replace batteries, making your scouting experience less impactful on your hunting area. Fewer trips…
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Women In Hunting: Make Some Room For Us
For me, hunting has always been a way of life. It was just what you did in a small town, and I never anticipated that hunting would become my livelihood, or that writing and producing television shows would be my way to share and inspire. Throughout this series of “Women in Hunting,” this column will…
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Improve Small Properties To Help Hold Deer
We have all been there. You’re checking trail cameras and it never fails: Somewhere in the middle of all the photos of squirrels and does, you see a photo of a great buck. It also never fails that this picture is occurring well after the legal shooting light. If you’re anything like me, you hunt…