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Crockpot Venison and Veggies with Sour Cream Sauce

If you're looking for a different (but still delicious) way to prepare your venison, then this recipe from Pro-Staffer Andrea Crider is perfect for you! Made in the crockpot with just a few simple ingredients, it's extremely easy to make and sure to be a hit with your family.

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Venison Crockpot Stroganoff Recipe

Since shooting my buck a few weeks ago, I have been trying to come up with some new venison recipes to feed my family. This Venison Stroganoff was a hit and is a new favorite in our household. It’s so simple, yet extremely tasty!

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Bowhunting: 5 Tips for Early Season Success

Hunting early season whitetails has its advantages. Their pattern is more predictable and they haven’t been pressured yet by other hunters in the woods: two key factors to harvesting a mature buck in the first few weeks of season opener. But, there are still challenges that come with hunting in early fall. Below are 5 tips that helped me capitalize on a mature, early season whitetail.

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Spicy Venison Chili Recipe

Fall and cooler weather is finally here! What better way to warm up after a hunt than eating your favorite comfort food, like this spicy venison chili recipe?  The great thing about this recipe is that it is so versatile…You can add as little or as much spice as you like to suit yours and your family’s tastes, and you can also choose to make it in the crock pot instead of the stove! I am including both the crock pot and stovetop recipes below, as well as some tips on getting the spices just the way you like!

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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
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