After 3 weeks Clay is able to work with his mule. Now he attempts to put, first, the saddle blanket on it’s back. If that goes well, he’ll put the saddle on. That didn’t go as well as he would have liked but the mule stood again and Clay was able to cinch it up.
More great low cal. recipes using wild game from our own Master Chef, Sue (SusieQ) Burch. Whether you are watching your waist or just looking to chow down on some lip smacking eats, this one will satisfy everyone.
Matt Guedes owns Journey Hunts and hunts around the world after a wide variety of game. He is particular about what and where he hunts and especially so about the equipment he uses. You should be too.
Are all detergents equal? Are they all the same when it comes to washing the clothing you wear in various outdoor environments? Wade Nolan knows they aren’t and when you read why, you’ll know too.
Using Topo Maps, aerial photos and satellite programming on the internet in conjunction with a GPS is some of John Stallone’s most useful tools in deciphering where he should begin his scouting. John shares how to use this info for the framework of what, how and where you should begin your ground work.
Want to see who Ted Nugent is? How he grew to become the man he is? I’ll wager you’ll be surprised to know a few of these things and one thing for sure, you will know him better than you thought you did.
This incredible animal has been entered into the 31st Recording Period–the biennium representing entries accepted into the P&Y Records Program from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2019.
Clay continues with the training of his mule and in this session problems arise with some added drama of taking the mule out of it’s comfort zone.
Bear Hunting Magazines Clay Newcomb bought an unbroken mule to use as a saddle mule for bear hunting. Episode 1 showed him picking up and trailering the unwilling mule. Now Clay moves on to the training part.
The Pope & Young Club held its biennial convention in St. Louis, MO April 6-8, 2017. The convention is a time for old friends to reunite, become informed of new developments in the bowhunting world and learn hunting techniques from experienced hunters.
The mature Tom that was leading the group of 4 birds slowly came out into the field and began walking toward the decoys. I ranged the first bird at 35 yards. I set my sight at 35 yards and slowly drew back, found my anchor point and put my nose on the string.
The January Archery Trade Association Show, where the industry’s manufacturers unveiled their latest products and take orders from dealers revealed a less-than- positive consensus that “significant problems exist” in the archery business. Is the compound bow to blame?
In March, 2005 I had the opportunity to go to Argentina to bowhunt. I was joined by the guys from Bowhunter Magazine Television and our goal was red stags. We were hunting with an outfitter who had never taken bowhunters and that turned out to be a problem.
Thanks to a Federal Judge’s decisions in the U.S. District Court in Missoula, MT over a five or six year period, several hundred thousand elk were lost to non-native, non-indigenous Alberta wolves that should not have ever been transplanted into the Greater Yellowstone Area in the first place.
The Pope and Young Club is proud to announce that for the first time their popular Live Auction will be online. This will allow bowhunters who are unable to attend the 30th Biennial Convention to take advantage of the fantastic hunts offered on the Club’s auction.
Two large boars started to fight on the main trail and the buck turned, stepped out on the opposite side of a big oak watching the two boars fighting and not paying any attention to me. I moved slightly to a different angle and as he turned broadside I let the pin float behind his front shoulder and lightly squeezed the release.
For next six weeks, we’re going to bring you some ‘live’ action straight from Arkansas. Clay Newcomb traded for an unbroken mule. Project Mule is going to bring a video blog for six weeks on breaking this mule for bear hunting in Arkansas and out West.
Wade Nolan knows the secret of staying dry. The secret can be found in a can of science called Silicone Water-Guard by Atsko. For about a five-spot, you can have a tall can of this science and waterproof just about anything you use or wear outdoors, like all your hunting stuff.
Allen Shelton only had been in his stand about 5 minutes when he saw Mine coming over the hill. He’d named the buck Mine because he intended to take that big buck himself that now was at about 400 yards.
Everyone loves a good fitting, good looking, hard wearing pair of boots and for the Lady Archer, Lynne Frady, the choice has always been clear. Need a good boot? Head for Danner.
It’s nice to be picky and make a pledge to only shoot a good sized buck, even though does are available for the taking. Sometimes that decision means going home without hide, horns or meat.
Frank Addington, Jr has lived archery since a youngster and Hoyt has always been a part of what he does to promote the great sport of archery. What greater reward can one get then the ability to present to the ‘King of Country Music’ a new Hoyt bow? Well, probably not much.
“I guess Parker and I had to drag that deer for about 30 minutes to go that 250 yards,” Mike Simon remembers. “Besides having a big rack, the live weight on that monster was probably 275 pounds.” A huge buck like the one Mike Simon took was a buck of a lifetime.
Blade’s EZ Style Venison Jerky Recipe submitted by Mike Fourney (aka Blade) Blade’s EZ Style Venison Jerky Ingredients: 5 pounds of venison 5 teaspoons salt 1 1/2 cup soy sauce 5 teaspoons black pepper (or less, to taste) 1 cup red wine vinegar 1/4 cup brown sugar Blade’s EZ Style Venison Jerky Directions: […]
Blade’s Baja Style Venison Jerky Recipe submitted by Mike Fourney (aka Blade) Blade’s Baja Style Venison Jerky Ingredients: 5 pounds of venison 5 teaspoon salt 5 teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoon coriander 1 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1 1/2 teaspoon turmeric 1 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin Blade’s […]
Blade’s Oriental Style Venison Jerky Recipe submitted by Mike Fourney (aka Blade) Blade’s Oriental Style Venison Jerky Ingredients: 5 pounds of venison 5 teaspoon salt 5 teaspoon black pepper 1 large onion, minced 5 garlic cloves, pressed 1 cup brown sugar 1/3 cup soy sauce 1 1/4 cup red wine 1 1/2 […]
Louisiana Hot Sauce Jerky Recipe submitted by J Porter Louisiana Hot Sauce Jerky Ingredients: 2 pounds eye-of-round (or other lean meat) 3/4 cup Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce 4 tablespoons Colgin Liquid Smoke 1/2 ounce bottled garlic juice (or liquid from two crushed garlic cloves) 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup dark brown […]
Red Wine and Soy Sauce Jerky Recipe submitted by Dan Throne Red Wine and Soy Sauce Jerky Ingredients: 2-3 pounds of sliced meat (your choice) 1 cup of red wine 2 cups soy sauce 1 cup water 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder just less than 1/4 cup of Morton’s […]
Jesse James Jerky Recipe submitted by Jeff Castiglione Jesse James Jerky Ingredients: 2 pounds of beef or venison 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoons salt 1 teaspoon ground red pepper 2 cloves sliced garlic 1 cup corn whiskey 1 cup water Jesse James Jerky Directions: Slice meat into […]
Amish Jerky Recipe submitted by Steven Bloss Amish Jerky Ingredients: 5 pounds of ground sirloin 2 tablespoons fine milled salt 1 teaspoon Cinnamon 1 teaspoon Allspice 2 teaspoon fine pepper 1 packet McCormick Southwest Marinade 1/8 cup rendered beef fat (can use pork fat, for ease) Amish Jerky Directions: Mix everything but […]