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Venison Field & Meat Care Tips: Game Bags & Ice

I am a big proponent of skinning and butchering game meat as soon as possible. Part of this has to do with the weather this far South in Tennessee where cold fronts usually involve clear, sunny skies, meaning that cold … Continue reading

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How to Skin a Squirrel

Skinning squirrels is one of the more unappreciated skills of being a hunter. In all reality, squirrel is a difficult animal to skin and because of this, some hunters refuse to deal with the skinning process or just avoid squirrel … Continue reading

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Spring Squirrel Hunting

Springs Squirrel season is a “oddball” season available in certain states (especially many of the Southern states) that few hunters take advantage of. The primary reason that so few hunters take advantage of Spring Squirrel hunting seems to be because of the heat … Continue reading

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Carnivore News: Sunday March 10th

The best camping grills.  George Pelligrini has this Venison Roast with Red Wind and Juniper Berries recipe. He uses two backstraps, which few hunters will use for the purpose of a roast, but you could easily use a sirloin cut … Continue reading

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