Deer hunting, in many ways, has a commonality with buying real estate, location is everything. To successfully take a whitetail deer, location is the most important factor above all else, including type of stands, caliber and rifle used, clothing worn and cover scent applied-nothing is as important as finding the right location to hunt. If you have a lot of patience, you can set up in any location and wait it out. Many hunters take…"Whitetail hunting is like buying real estate"
Here is a good recipe for my Scot Flapjacks that are terrific any time of day. Ingredients: Item Quantity All-purpose flour 2 cups Sugar 2 tspns. Baking Powder 3 tspns. Salt 1 tspn. Soda 1 tspn. Buttermilk 2 cups Egg 2 Corn Oil 2 tbspns. Directions: Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl Combine remaining ingredients & mix thoroughly until no lumps remain Cook on a hot griddle or in a hot skillet on…"Scot Flapjacks"
Here is my recipe for some great tasting deer steaks. Ingredients: Item Quantity Venison 5 round steaks Carrots 3 sliced Onions 2 sliced Olive Oil 1/2 Cup Water 1 Cup Vinegar 1 Cup Cloves 3 Whole Oregano 1/2 tbsp. Garlic 2 tbsp. Directions: Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl Add venison Let marinade overnight in ice chest or frig Cook steaks over a grill or in a cast-iron skillet on medium heat until…"Highland Venison Steaks"
It’s never too early to begin I love gun hunting for whitetails, but consider myself an avid archer. One thing I learned years ago was to make the most of my pre-gun season scouting during bow season. Scouting for the proper hunting area is a must to ensure success. Many hunters spend unaccountable hours in a stand, only to return home empty-handed. Yet, if those hunters had done some good scouting ahead of…"Scouting for Whitetails"