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  1. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I have a pesky woodchuck in my garden that I would like to consume. Have you ever eaten them, are they good, how do you cook them, or is it a waste of time? Please let me know what you think even if it doesn't seem that helpful. Thank you very much, and good hunting this fall...
  2. Western Bowhunting Gallery
    So I'm planning a backcountry hunt for next year in CO. Trying to get all my ducks in a row here and was wondering about fuel to cook with. I've already pretty much decided on the Mountain House meals for each dinner but was wondering if the ethanol jelly that you get at walmart will be...
  3. Western Bowhunting Gallery
    Here is a review I made of a stove I came across. I plan on using it a few times before September. http://youtu.be/4vI2bbGQoQ0
  4. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    First off, a huge thanks for my AT buddies on here for all of the support! Last year we started a wild game rub company, all because of the feedback AT members gave us on samples. Anyway we are giving away more rubs in a contest we are running on Facebook. Anyway, check it out if you guys are...
  5. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    I know this is not a bowhunting question. But it does concern deer meat. Thought this would be the best place to put this to get an answer. Ok if my girlfriend would read this I would be dead. I was laid off and have been trying to help out around the house more since I am home and she is...
  6. Bowhunting and Bowhunter Showcases
    We go through tons of preparation/money/time hunting and preparing to hunt deer. What about after the hunt? The best part to me is the eating the meat! Sadly, I haven't found a venison/deer seasoning that didn't taste like a dingle-berry or ruin the flavor of the meat. I started a seafood...
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