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Behind The Lens

Father’s Day

In honor of Father's Day, here is a poem celebrating and thanking Dad's for everything they have done for us. We'd also like to say Happy Father's Day to the Dad's on the Browning Trail Camera team: Brad Miller, Carl Drake, Derek Dirnberger, Don Kisky, Hal Shaffer, Henry Woodard, Jon Brunson, and Levi Morgan. Thank you for setting such a great example for your children and doing a great job at raising the next generation of hunters! (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Intro to 3D Archery

Off season blues? No problem! 3D Archery is a great way to keep you occupied while waiting for your next hunting season. If you’ve never shot a 3D archery range then keep reading, this post is for beginners and what they will need to know before starting 3D archery. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Easy Wild Turkey Tacos Recipe

I love making wild turkey nuggets—small chunks rolled in egg and covered in Italian breadcrumbs, then fried. Yum! But lately, I’ve been looking for new, healthier ways to cook my turkey harvest. I decided to try making crockpot turkey tacos. Good decision, because they were delicious...and super easy! (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

“Land and Wildlife Field Day”

Scott Cronin, a Pro-Staffer from Kentucky, holds an annual event with a local High School called the “Land & Wildlife Field Day”. Junior and Senior High School students in the Wildlife Forestry Programs participate in this field event in which Wood Duck boxes and trail cameras are installed and studied. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

The First Hunt

You may ask yourself, “When is the right time to take your child hunting?” The answer depends on the individual child. I believe it is important to not push them to go until they have shown the desire. We, as hunters, all want our children to share our love for hunting and the outdoors; however, if you force it on them, you risk driving them farther away. If they do not show as much interest as you would like, then simply give them their space. Always keep the invitation open and never force them to be an unwilling participant. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Using Trail Cameras to Scout for Turkeys

Knowing where to hang your trail cameras and what settings to use when scouting for turkeys is important, as it can vary a little from using cameras for deer hunting. Pro-Staffer Andrea Haas shares a few tips on what locations to hang your trail cameras and what settings to use for each. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Venison Meatball Recipe

This recipe is by far the best wild game recipe I’ve ever tasted! I must preface this by saying that up until a few of years ago, I was actually a vegetarian. Not because I was trying to save the animals. I did it because I just didn’t care for meat. However, what I realized when I met my husband, who is a hunter and ultimately the one whom got me into hunting as well, is that what actually bothered me about meat is that I didn’t always know where the meat from the grocery store had come from. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Late Season Trail Camera Placement

As the seasons change, so does a whitetail’s pattern as they shift their focus from the rut to food once again. Here are a couple of tips on trail camera setup and placement to help you get the most out of your cameras before deer season closes. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) 1440:120616:52F:0000:HAAS :2E[142:0070]G[008:0x0006] Continue reading
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