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Moose Attack: How One Local Man Survived

Moose Attack: How One Local Man Survived
Outdoor News (outdoornews.com)By Tim SpielmanAssociate EditorNashwauk, Minn. — No matter the time of year, or the location, when one enters the woods to trap or hunt, there are inherent dangers. One of the most unexpected caught up to a Nashwauk man late last month.Don Newman is recovering still, from a beating he took at the hooves of a cow moose near Isabella as the 36-year-old Fond du Lac band members checked marten traps. A young Labrador, integral to the story of the moose encounter as both antagonist and hero, escaped unscathed.Newman, a construction worker during the “warm season” and trapper during...
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My Favorite...Venison Burritos!

My Favorite...Venison Burritos!
Easy meals made at home. 1 lb ground Venison. 1 package Old El Paso Chile & Roasted Garlic Mild Mexican Cooking Sauce, 8 oz. Brown Venison in skillet and add in the Old El Paso burrito sauce. This is the best burrito sauce I have ever tried and I’m hooked. For toppings I use fresh Avacado, raw bell peppers (yellow & orange), tomatoes, Spanish rice, black & pinto beans, sour cream and light cheese topped with the amazing Sriracha hot sauce. Enjoy!
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U-Slide Bow Holder – Product Review

U-Slide Bow Holder – Product Review
So here is my latest purchase.  The U-Slide Bow Holder.  As you can see it serves several purposes.  Most archers and especially new archers will run into the issue of what to do with their bow when retrieving arrows.  Do you lean it against something trying to prop it up awkwardly risking that it falls over?  Stand it up on the cams?  Lay it on its side and risk moving the housing on your site.  There’s lots of scenarios for why I had to find a solution to this problem. This is the best solution I have found for long and...
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Great review!!!
Thursday, 01 May 2014 07:54
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Venison Loin Chop Kabobs

Venison Loin Chop Kabobs
Start with a good Marinade. If you’re not confident in your own cooking skills go with your favorite 30 minute steak marinade. Slice Chops into nice sized cubes. Place in a container with Marinade and refrigerate for 30 mins. While the venison is marinating prepare your veggies. For the pictured Kabobs I used several different veggies. Yellow & Green Zucchini Squash. Red Onion. Yellow & Orange Bell Peppers and Baby Portabella Mushrooms. Skewer veggies first so that your protein is grilled between the veggies to help infuse the flavor. Add Venison and fold meat in half if cooking to rare meat...
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TFO Staffer Matt Hiatt's Interview About His Ohio Monster

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