For anyone who spends time in any discipline or sport they know practice makes perfect. Basketball players continually practice on the court, baseball players spend hours on the field hitting and catching the ball, and for bow shooters its countless hours of letting arrows fly. Use to be the only practice that bow shooters got was finding that 5 minutes between work, running errands, and checking off the to-do list to shoot. And if mother nature decided to show off than that
By: Allison Rauscher Photos Taken By: Allison Rauscher & Bradley Brossard Disclaimer: I do not have all the answers as far as the wolf, bear, elk, and whitetail numbers go and how the predators effect the populations in the state of Wisconsin. I'm still educating myself! Throughout the years, I've done volunteer work of all kinds. If there's something I want to get involved with, it's difficult to slow me down from doing so. Any volunteer work I have ever done, has been extre
After chasing Tahr most of last winter, and only catching the crafty Chamois from afar (usually watching from the tops as we sneak up on a mob of Tahr!), this winter I wanted to focus my hunting on a nice Chamois buck. Winters in Wanaka provide plenty of good Chamois country to explore, and after a couple of hunts where we saw only nannies and kids, or nothing at all, we were onto the third trip of the season – heading up into the public Department of Conservation (DoC) area.
By: Chelsea Rivers @cheltzeigh_huntress What you will need: -Venison roast (I used back-strap!) -Baby carrots -Celery -Mini potatoes -Onion or onion powder -Salt & coarse black pepper -Garlic Powder -Browning and seasoning sauce -Beef broth -Cooking oil -Crock-pot -Cast iron skillet or any skillet with a lid Directions: First thing you will need to do it make sure your venison is trimmed up the way you like. I cut 1 whole back strap in half. I am running low on deer meat and