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Hunting · 1 answer · 134 views · 0 votes · posted by Billy Bob
Goose hunting - 10 or 12 gauge bore

I'm a passionate goose hunter and I'm looking to buy a shotgun that works well for those high gee...

Honestly, I would avoid sky busting at all costs. It only results in wounded birds and busting up the flock of bird.   I know the temptation is strong, but a good decoy spread, good calling which in itself is an art and patience will result in better r... Read More
Hunting · 1 answer · 110 views · 0 votes · posted by Vasile
Side by side for waterfowl. Suggestions?

Where I hunt, I can only shoot steel shots, thus I can't use the shotgun passed on from my grandf...

Does it have to be a side by side?  Browning, CZ and I'm sure a few other companies make an Over and Under that are more waterfowl specific. I have a Browning, Citori, "*Waterfowler", 12 gauge, chambered in 3.5 mag, I shoot 3 in mags out of it. My budd... Read More
Hunting · 1 answer · 62 views · 1 vote · posted by Kyle Adams
What's the best way to cook venison?

I've heard that stew might be a good way to do it. If so, does anyone have a good recipe? Thanks!

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The best way to cook venison like deer, or rabbit, or boar is to keep it in a tenderizing mixture for a week. This softens up the meat, greatly reduces cooking time, and even removes the strong smells which venison gives off. Tenderizing is not necessa... Read More