Dog Days of Summer

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  Planning a Prairie Dog Hunt By Deb Hinton Nestled between the prairie grasses and the Black Hills in South Dakota, lies a region rich with heat, wind and burrowing rodents. Shooting objects ranging in height from 12 to 16 … Continued

Ramp Up Your Spring

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  Also known as leeks or wild onions, ramps are sure to spice up your spring! By Jennifer Dums Foraging for wild food has been a part of my life since early childhood. One of the earliest memories I have … Continued

Gourmet Bear Burgers

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By Aimee Hartwig INGREDIENTS: 1 lb ground bear meat 1 tsp garlic powder 1/2 tsp onion powder 1/4 tsp sea salt 1/4 tsp pepper 1/4 cup sliced bell peppers (green, red, orange, yellow) 1 egg 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1 tsp … Continued

The Bear Necessities

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  How to hunt black bears & why to pursue them in the spring By Nikita Dalke Who doesn’t love spring? The snow is melting, weather is warming up and everything starts to bloom and turn green once again. People … Continued

Crows: Eyes in the Skies

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  By Andrea Haas Late winter is often seen as “down time” and the end of most hunting seasons; however, there’s one bird often overlooked that you should add to your lineup – crows. While crows are listed as a … Continued