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
The fletchings that come standard on some arrows are not always the colors that I want to hunt or shoot with. I like the fletchings to match the colors of my bow and strings, which is usually pink! The Arizona E-Z Fletch makes it very easy for me to customize my arrows with the colored fletchings that I choose.
First and foremost I want to make sure that my arrow fletchings are of high quality and don't just look pretty. Good looks will only get you so far! My fletchings of
Most hunters are aware of trail cameras, and how beneficial they can be when it comes to patterning the specific animal you are hunting. Trail cameras can also be used for surveillance and security of a home or business. However, one of my favorite pass times involves using a trail camera to capture unique images in the wild. This is especially a great hobby that helps to carry me from one hunting season to the next. I spoke with Pat Howard, chief camera operator of DLC Cover
Welcome to Huntress View! I created this blog and Facebook page so women have somewhere to go to gain insight on hunting and shooting from a woman's point of view. This is a place for the experienced huntress or for the woman who is thinking about going hunting for the first time. I feel that more women will get involved in hunting if they are able to get advice from real women hunters and know what hunting products huntresses are using, and loving! By giving honest feedback