Venison Food Plot Preparation

I had some venison I wanted to make some jerky out of and I found a really good recipe. If you like the taste and heat of black pepper, this  jerky recipe is the one for you. The marinade seasons the strips of venison with finely ground black pepper. And to really kick it up a notch, cracked black pepper is sprinkled on before drying. Coarse ground black pepper can be used in place of cracked pepper. Venison 1 cup of Worcestershire sauce 1/4 cup of soy sauce 2 tablespoons of canning salt 3 tablespoons of fine grind black pepper 1 tablespoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon of onion powder 1 1/2 teaspoons of Morton® Tender Quick® curing mix This recipe is for around five pounds of venison. Combine the meat with the marinade and allow it to marinate overnight. Before dehydrating, season with cracked or coarse ground black pepper if … Continue reading

Whitetail Management Control Burn

There are many things you can do to improve your whitetail management control burn on your deer hunting property. Whitetail Management Control Burn Doing a whitetail management control burn is one of the whitetail management tools you can do to improve your deer hunting. Before ever doing a control burn always check your local laws and regulations first. Most places require a permit before doing a control burn. But if you want to improve your deer hunting property you need to do some whitetail management. It can increase your quail population too. Fire helps to keep the sapling hardwoods under control but still allows the re sprouting in woods which are kept open with ample sunlight on the ground. This gives birds some protection from predators by allowing some  cover to grow close to the ground.  Fire helps removes  dead vegetation on the ground exposing seeds and tender young vegetation … Continue reading

Diversify Hunting Property

Spring is a great time to improve your hunting property. I know it is still spring but with summer right around the corner the big bucks antlers can grow over an inch per day during their growing period which is about 150 days and can even grow a lot more than that during the peak of summer. So now is a great time to start getting those mineral lick sites freshened up and planting food plots and fertilizing fruit trees, get those trail cameras out and get some great early pictures of those big bucks. I moved to Kansas last August and was able to do some deer hunting in Kansas last year but this year I plan on being ready. I am so pumped to be deer hunting in Kansas because I know it is a great state for big bucks. I believe one of the main reasons there … Continue reading

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