Bring Home The Bacon

April 29, 2014

If you’ve ever had any dealings with feral hogs, then you already know that these stocky and hard-nosed critters can be very destructive animals when populations are left unchecked. Excessive rooting and trampling activity for food can inflict major damage to natural habitat. Hogs also carry a variety of diseases and compete directly with livestock and other wildlife species for food. In fact, a large group of hogs are fully capable of wiping out both natural and agricultural food sources within a short period of time.  Read More

How To Process Your Own Deer

April 28, 2014

Get the most from your recent whitetail kill by processing it yourself. Cutting choice meats doesn’t require expertise or costly tools—just a little guidance. Lindsay Thomas Jr. of the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is here with advice that will make you kiss the butcher goodbye. For the full story, visit Summit Treestands. Read More

Broadhead Selection

April 23, 2014

How do you choose when selecting a broadhead for your hunt? Avid bowhunter Will Brantley explains that broadhead selection depends on the type of animal you’re hunting. We’ll give you access to all his tips and tricks for hunting everything from moose and antelope to turkey and wild hogs. For the full story, visit Read More

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