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Postseason Scouting Whitetail

By Dan Gorman This time of year is my favorite time to get out and do some scouting to prepare for next deer season. I had a little time last weekend to get out and walk the property to see if there were any shed antlers to be had. I didn’t find any sheds, but […]

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Drakes Adventures

    Post by Victory Outdoors.

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Sausage Making Basics

After my last post about canning deer meat, I received some questions about other processing I do, so I thought I’d write a follow up about making sausage. I’ll try to keep this fairly generic, as the basic principles can be applied to many different types of sausage, but this will specifically be about making […]

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A Little Bit of Satisfaction

Finally, after the end to 2014 what was a crazy year, I have time to give you guys a year in review. At the ripe old age of 24 years old, I have really started to notice things happening to me that others only think about doing. I have been venturing out on my own, […]

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The Right Call

On November 8th of 2014, I was fortunate enough to take my largest whitetail to date.  He was a large framed twenty-inch wide nine point with some cool character.  I was hunting over a cut cornfield that neighbored a wooly ditch surrounded by CRP.  I was hidden well, eighteen feet in the air comfortably sitting […]

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Echo Valley Archers Indoor 3D Shoot

First 3D Shoot of 2015 is in the books for me and it was the second shoot of the year at Echo Valley Archers, in West Union, Iowa. As always it was a great shoot, they have added a lot again this year to the range. Hands down the nicest indoor 3D range I have […]

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Zac’s Look Back at 2014

The year of 2014 was a great year for me personally. It was filled with a lot of hard work, long days and some of the greatest moments I’ve experienced in outdoors. Those moments will forever be etched in my mind. The year started out with my son Drake harvesting his first turkey. At 7 […]

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After the Shot, Meat Processing

By Dan Gorman I started dabbling in meat processing about ten years ago, and I took my last full deer to the locker in 2009. There were several factors that influenced my decision to do everything myself. The first was price. The last deer I took in cost $419 to process. A lot of this […]

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Wisconsin State Turkey Calling

Well it’s that time of year, the start of Calling Contest Season. First up for me was the Wisconsin State & Open Calling Championships but this year there was something a little different. The calls would be asked for in a new and different way. At first I wasn’t sure how this would work, the […]

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Chilly 3D Shoot

I attended my first outdoor 3D shoot of the year Sunday morning. It was the appropriately named “blizzard shoot” at the Anamosa bowhunters club. This is my local club, so I try to make as many of the shoots as I can to help support them. I walked out the door in the morning and […]

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The Carcass Cam

Now that hunting season is over, I like to run a camera over the bones and scraps from the deer I was able to kill during the year. I also recently acquired a road killed deer that wasn’t salvageable, so I put it in front of the cameras as well. I started doing these three […]

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New Trophy Cam Essential HD

Overland Park, Kan. – Bushnell®, an industry leader in high performance sports optics for more than 65 years and a market leader in the trail camera industry, has introduced the Trophy® Cam Essential HD. With a true one-year battery life and fast 0.3 second trigger speed, the Trophy Cam Essential HD is one of the […]

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HS Adds A New Decoy

Hunter’s Specialties Adds A New Decoy To The Snood Family Line With The Penny Snood Feeder Hen The Penny Snood Feeder Hen Decoy adds incredible realism to any turkey hunters’ decoy spread. The decoy’s relaxed feeding position puts both gobblers and hens at ease as they come in to your calls. The lightweight Penny Snood […]

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Mossy Oak and Can-Am ATV to Collaborate

WEST POINT, MS – Mossy Oak, outdoor industry leader in modern camouflage design, has concluded a joint marketing agreement with BRP, maker of Can-Am ATV and side-by-side vehicles, to bring hunters and outdoor enthusiasts the ultimate powersports experience. “You’d be hard-pressed to find a hunter or land owner that doesn’t own an ATV or side-by-side […]

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