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Pan-Fried Venison

Pan-Fried Venison
EASY. This recipe is so good and doesn't over season the wonderful taste of fresh venison. 1 pound venison tenderloin, cut into 1/2 inch slices 2 cups crushed saltines 2 eggs 3/4 cup milk 1 teaspoon salt  1/2 teaspoon pepper 5 Tablespoons canola oil DIRECTIONS: Flatten venison to 1/4-in. Thickness. Place saltines in shallow bowl, then whisk the eggs, milk, salt and pepper.Coat venison with mix and coat! Place in large skillet over medium heat, cook until desired doness. Yield: 4 servings.
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Soil Testing: The First Step to a Successful Food Plot

Soil Testing: The First Step to a Successful Food Plot
The assurance of your well spent time, effort and money toward food plots and deer herd management depends on taking the proper steps. One of the most overseen steps is proper soil testing and care. According to Whitetail Institute the #3 reason food plots fail is, “No Soil Test is Taken.” This is third behind too many deer and number one, “The food plots don’t get put in.” A soil test should be taken every year to determine what your soil needs, fertilizer type to be applied for your type of plants, and the pH levels. In Minnesota the University of...
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Lease Land from Landowners for hunting.

Lease Land from Landowners for hunting.
Since moving to Minnesota, hunting has been different for me. When I lived kn Kansas the family had 5,000 acres of land. I could hunt anywhere I wanted. I wasn't really aware of "public land". I did not have to deal with any other hunters. Even though we leased some of the acreage to hunters, I never had to deal with them that much. Hunting on "public land" has presented itself with many challenges. So I have decided to try and go get permission from some of the local landowners. I'm not sure how to approach some of them, so I...
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Remember When

Remember When
Remember when the hunt was about the experience about family and enjoying nature, the times when it didn’t matter about the camo you had the newest and most up to date gear. Hunting was the experience the family the memories.   I recall this story from my great grandfather of the giant 46 inch buck as he tells it 50 years later as if it happened yesterday. It was opening morning of the Utah Rifle Mule deer season and my great grandfather, grandfather and father were hunting in a new place close to home not expecting to find anything but going...
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Gorilla Silverback Predator Climbing Sticks

Gorilla Silverback Predator Climbing Sticks
I purchased 4 of the Gorilla Silverback Climbing sticks this fall.. They are pretty light @ 3.2 lbs and are 32 inches in lengths. Yes, they are 1 lb heavier then the Muddy or Lone Wolf sticks, but they are are also 12 inches longer. Made of lightweight aluminum, they can hold up to 250 lbs. With all 4 placed correctly I can get pretty close to 20 ft high. They stack together fairly well, or at least they are suppose to. Probably operator error. They are pretty easy to put up and are pretty stable. They have cinch straps on...
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