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Jumpstart 10 day challenge workout

With the holidays coming and New Year’s resolutions just around the corner many of us reflect on our health and what we can do to lose the holiday 10 or just do better this year than the last. Some of us may have fallen out of our routines due to the COVID-19 ridiculousness, or just […]

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Apple Cider Wild Pig Muffins

If you are looking for a great recipe for your wild boar this season that even gets the kids excited, this is the wild game recipe for you. I Harvested this wild pig in Northern California wine country this July and I was excited to try out some new flavors. Ingredients: Cacique table cream 1/2 […]

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Indexing your broadheads

How To index your broadheads – So I did some testing last year on weather or not indexing your broadheads made any accuracy improvements, well the simple answer is yes there was a measurable difference when shooting with a shooting machine at longer distances

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Got ground Deer Meat? What Now?

So if you’re like me a lot of your game ends up as ground meat but there’s only so many, tacos, chilies and burgers you can do so I’m always looking for new ways to cook my ground deer meat.

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Chipotle Mule Deer Tacos

I think I may have been Mexican in a former life.. I find myself drawn to foods wrapped in a a tortilla and as a result many of my recipes end up as some sort of taco or burrito LOL. This is a really simple mule deer recipe and really can be done with any […]

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What’s the Best Arrow set up for me

How to build a “perfect Arrow” Best Arrow set up: It is very easy to go down a rabbit hole when it comes to building an arrow for your bow, I know I’ve been down a few of them myself… So Before you get to crazy there is no perfect.. in physics/mechanics you always have […]

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2021 Arizona Deer Draw

Well it’s about that time again the new 2021-2022 Arizona Fall Regs are out and the deadline to apply is June 8th! The first step to building you a hunt you will remember for years to come is getting you a Tag. We only take a small amount of hunters per season and limit the […]

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Elk cupcakes

I’m always looking for creative ways to get my kids to eat healthy and for a bit of variety in my own culinary excursions

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2021 Big Game Draw Application Reminder

Big game tag season is under way some states like Arizona and Wyoming have already closed their elk draw don’t miss out on the other other opportunities to apply for elk and deer tags. Below is an application deadline reminder  2021 Western Big Game Application Deadlines State Species Application Deadline Results Arizona Elk, Pronghorn Feb […]

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Quick Treadmill workout

If you don’t mind looking like a goof ball this is a great 30 min treadmill workout that burns calories, builds muscular endurance and coordination. Treadmill workouts are getting more and more popular because…. well mostly because we are all stuck at home and gyms are closed due to the demands of the oligarchy but also because they are very effective way to achieve results and be efficient with time. #fitness​ #workout​ #quickworkout​ #treadmill​ #treadmillworkout

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California to Ban All Bear Hunting

The anti-hunters are at it again! Now they are trying to ban all bear hunting in CA. What people need to understand is that this is an attack on hunting and whether you are a bear hunter or not we need to stick together and stand up for all hunting not just what interests us…. […]

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AZ Trail Camera Ban

In my years as a game manager, and years as hunter I’ve have not noted any negative impact of the use of trail cameras on game. What we have here is a people problem ……. Fellow hunters arguing over whether or not trail cameras should be used for the take of animals here in AZ. […]

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Coues Deer Pastrami

e been experimenting with a few different recipes and his is by far the best with a little tweak here and there to suit my liking.

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Venison Stroganoff

I’m Always searching for new ways to prepare wild game meat and I often look to My good friend Hank Shaw for ideas etc. This is one of Hanks recipes that I reworked a bit to make it where (1) I could eat it (because I’m allergic to garlic) (2) fits the ingredients I can […]

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The Frontal Shot

Frontal Shots with a bow This can be a devastating shot and if made correctly the track job should be very short. If you don’t have the utmost confidence in your ability to hit exactly where you are aiming every-time, if you don’t have the confidence to “tread the needle” or you don’t have a […]

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Mule Deer Hunting on the Wasatch Front with Kip Fowler

As a lifelong bowhunter, Kip Fowler has some tips to take your bowhunting to the next level. In addition to telling some great hunting stories, Kip focuses on some of the smaller details today that can add up and make your bowhunting experience more successful and enjoyable.

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