Tips and Recipes

 Wild Game Winter Stew

Wild Game Winter Stew

Posted by Jimmy DiTraglia on Nov 9th 2022

Winter time is stew time. In our house, that would be a wild game stew. Here in Minnesota, winter lasts longer than in other parts of the country. Even in the spring it can still look like winter. As
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2023 Early Season Tips

2023 Early Season Tips

Posted by Reese Johnson on Oct 18th 2022

Early season is such a love/hate topic for me and as a guy who lives in a state that opens the first weekend of September, those opportunities are there for me more than most. However, I’m a tick an
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Let ‘Em Grow: The Key to Harvesting Big Bucks

Let ‘Em Grow: The Key to Harvesting Big Bucks

Posted by Reese Johnson (Natural Gear Brand Ambassador) on Sep 26th 2022

Do you want to see more big bucks when you hunt? There is one beneficial thing you can do as a hunter to consistently see more deer with bigger antlers, even if you do nothing else. It’s not minerals,
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Situational Shooting

Situational Shooting

Posted by Brett Eddleman (Beretta USA) on Aug 15th 2022

Dove season is right around the corner and it’s a time that almost all of us can trace back to great memories as a youth and good times today. What we also remember is the frustrations of “knocking
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To Plot or Not: Are Deer Food Plots worth the Effort?

To Plot or Not: Are Deer Food Plots worth the Effort?

Posted by Drew Palmer on Aug 14th 2022

One of the newest trends in hunting and outdoor stewardship is the planting of what we call “food plots.” Planting food plots for hunting can increase a hunter’s odds of success and provide important
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