Category: Outdoor Life

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How to Plan the Ultimate Waterfowl Hunting Road Trip

Hunting Don’t wait for the ducks and geese to come to you. Load the truck and hit the road for the best hunt of your season When it comes to waterfowl hunting road trips, there’s no guarantee you’ll shoot limits of birds every day. But with the right gear, hunting partners, and attitude, I… Powered by WPeMatico

How to Rig a Paiute Deadfall Trap, Step by Step

The Survivalist This clever trap well help you catch all sorts of rodents in a survival situation While there are plenty of traps to choose from, few of them show up in my bag of tricks as often as the Paiute deadfall. This clever trap dates back to the early Paiute… Powered by WPeMatico

How Duct Tape Can Help You Survive Almost Anything

Survival These 10 sticky tricks could save your skin in a survival situation This wonder tape has been used for jobs that the original duct tape developers never imagined. The versatile product can mend, bind, patch, repair, and replace many of… Powered by WPeMatico

14 Books That Will Change the Way You Hunt

Hunting More than a dozen of the best hunting books you’ll ever read Some folks have a way with words. Fewer have skill with wilderness, hunting, and woodsmanship. Few indeed are those who possess both. The authors and books listed below… Powered by WPeMatico

Three Ways to Prepare Venison Tongue

The Cast-Iron Chef Terrific recipes for cooking one of the most overlooked, yet delicious, cuts of wild-game meat It really doesn’t matter what you do to dress it up, a wild-game tongue is just an unpleasant piece of meat to look at. Its no wonder most hunters choose to leave it… Powered by WPeMatico

10 Ways to Die in the Backcountry

Survival Avoid these deadly scenarios to have a successful backcountry hunt and a safe return home Avoid these deadly scenarios to have a successful backcountry hunt and a safe return home. Powered by WPeMatico

How to Flock Duck and Goose Decoys

Hunting Adding flocking to old decoys or re-flocking beat up ones is a lot easier than you might think. Here’s how it’s done Flocked decoys offer several advantages over painted dekes. The flocked surfaces absorb light similar to the way that feathers do, giving a more realistic appearance. Powered by WPeMatico

How to Study Late-Season Scrape Lines to Find Big Bucks

Hunting Pattern a mature whitetail long after the rut by following the signs it’s leaving behind Just before the rut, bucks begin prowling areas in a somewhat predictable manner and leave or refresh their mark on the ground and on the tips of tree or bush branches. Powered by WPeMatico

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