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Cowboy Venison Burgers

Cowboy Venison Burgers
If you are like me making up recipes is sometimes a challenge when you have more then adequate ground venison.  I love burgers and especially with fat free ground venison.  Keeping the burgers from falling apart, without adding fat, is sometimes a challenge as well.  I made a few recipes up and had pretty good reviews, so I thought I would share!   2 lbs Ground Venison 1 packet Onion Soup Mix 1/4-1/2 cup Jalapeno Ranch Salad Dressing or Blue Cheese Dressing 1/2-3/4 cup shredded cheese (use your favorite flavor) 1 Tablespoon Garlic Powder 2-3 slices thick (chopped) bacon (I used a...
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Red Lake Open Water Report from 6.9.2013

Red Lake Open Water Report from 6.9.2013
After an awesome weekend of fishing on Upper Red Lake it is hard to come back to reality, work and the real world.  Six of us headed up after work on Thursday 6.6.13 for some superior walleye fishing.  We camped at West Wind Resort, which I highly recommend.  Beautiful on the water campsites, fire rings, full hook up, docks and harbor protected from the lake.  They have bait, a fish cleaning house, cabins, a restaurant/bar and it is all very nicely kept.  Friday was overcast for most of the day, but fishing produced.  We were catching fish in that 4-5' range,...
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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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Grilled Bacon Wrapped Bear Roast

Grilled Bacon Wrapped Bear Roast
This recipe will make you think you are eating a beef prime rib roast! I promise!  The amount of each ingredients will vary with roast sizes.  I tried to explain the amounts to use based on how much of the roast to cover.  I like to use the "smell" test.  If it smells good after the marinade and rub is added, it will TASTE good!   Ingredients: Bear Roast (trimmed well for better quality and taste) 1 LB Bacon Toothpicks 1-2 Cups Red Wine Honey Olive Oil 1/4 Cup Orange Juice (or Pineapple) Garlic Powder Brown Sugar Cinnamon Seasoning Salt One...
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Jim Cochran
Sounds delicious! I will be trying this one.
Monday, 22 April 2013 13:37
True Friends Outdoors
This sounds great! Then again anything in honey and bacon...is oh so good!
Monday, 22 April 2013 15:58
Angie Forconi
There are many other ingredients I like to add, but I am terrible at writing down what I do. I have YET to follow a recipe....may... Read More
Thursday, 25 April 2013 08:27
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Trail First Aid....for the Horse of Course!

Trail First Aid....for the Horse of Course!
Safety for the horse is something a lot of equine enthusiasts seem to leave on the back burner.  However, if you were to be stranded in the middle of the woods, packing an elk off a cold mountain near dusk or even in an arena and your four legged friend that you are relying upon for transportation and he needed help, would you be prepared?  Do you have the knowledge and carry the proper first aid for him/her? After 30 years of riding horses, training and riding all over in numerous obstacles you will always learn something new. You always find yourself...
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