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Summer Trail Camera Tips

Summer Trail Camera Tips

As summer progresses, I am eager to get inventory on what is out there and who is returning to the battlefield from last year. It is a great opportunity to start producing a game plan to target your hit lister. Ever since Browning Trail Cameras has released their cell cameras, they have been my workhorse. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

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Simple Grilled Wild Turkey Breast Recipe

Simple Grilled Wild Turkey Breast Recipe

You've had a successful turkey hunt and it's time to move onto the most rewarding part: preparing and eating the meat! One of the easiest ways to cook wild turkey breast is to simply season it and throw it on the grill. Wild turkey meat has a delicious flavor already, so there's really no need to "doctor it up" too much. Just add a bit of seasonings that complement the flavor of the turkey and cook it however you choose. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

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Using Whitetail Knowledge to Scout for Turkeys

Using Whitetail Knowledge to Scout for Turkeys
One of the most overlooked aspects of learning private or public property, in regards to successful Spring turkey hunting, is that many trail camera owners let their cameras collect dust in the Spring when they should be collecting valuable data that can be utilized for Spring turkey hunting for the current year and many years to come. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Using Trail Cameras to Scout for Spring Turkeys

Using Trail Cameras to Scout for Spring Turkeys
With the Spring warm up around the corner, that means Spring turkey seasons are too. Most people think of whitetails when using trail cameras in the field. With the increase in trail camera technology over the years, they have come along ways. Cell camera technologies are picking up steam and can be a huge help in the field. (Click blog title to view complete blot post.) Continue reading

Venison Pastrami Recipe for Venison Reuben Sandwiches

Venison Pastrami Recipe for Venison Reuben Sandwiches
As an avid outdoorsman, I am thankful to have a freezer full of many different species of wild game. I am always trying to find new ways to prepare my wild game, especially venison. I stumbled upon a recipe that is a game changer: Venison Pastrami! After 5 days of curing and a few hours in the smoker, it turned out amazing! (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Slow Cooker Venison Chili Recipe

Slow Cooker Venison Chili Recipe
Browning Trail Cameras Pro-Staffer, Jordan Yira, shares a simple and delicious recipe for making venison chili in the crockpot! Chances are you may have most of these ingredients in the pantry already, so if you have some venison in the freezer too, throw these ingredients in your slow cooker and relax while it works its magic. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Halloween Trail Camera Tips

Halloween Trail Camera Tips
Halloween is a great time to treat your trail cameras, so they do not play any tricks on you.  With the cooler air in the weeks to come and peak rut activity make sure your cameras are running off of fresh, full batteries.  While checking cameras already in the field or putting out cameras in new locations, don't forget about vegetation and foliage changes to come as well. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) Continue reading

Shock Therapy

Shock Therapy

I can recall, with great vividness, two memories that have defined my pursuits in the woods: the first buck I ever shot, and the first time I heard the thunderous gobble of a wild turkey. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

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Browning Trail Cameras Help Customer Harvest Buck of a Lifetime!

Browning Trail Cameras Help Customer Harvest Buck of a Lifetime!

Browning Trail Cameras customer, Ken Kwasniewski, had been watching a buck for 3 years on his Browning Strike Force trail cameras. Thanks to the intel from his trail cameras, Ken was able to switch stands and harvest this 18 point buck with his bow on November 3rd, 2020! Ken shares his success story in this article. (Click blog title to view blog post.)

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