A big buck on the ground after a cold morning in the woods means one thing… Tenderloins for breakfast! Today I start the long process of turning this beautiful animal into beautiful table fare! I like to age deer a week at least when I process them, but there are a few cuts that […]
This season I was hunting WAY LESS than previous seasons. We had a baby back in the summer, and I knew I needed to be home more than other hunting seasons to help with the little guy. To make my punches count, I decided I would wait to hunt until breeding season, and focus on […]
I had the best chicken of my life this week. The worst part… It was not chicken… Let me explain. Last week my pup and I had a successful bird hunt, and we brought home our first pheasant rooster for dinner! I did a bunch of research on how to have a great tasting bird, […]
Learning to Hunt Alone is Hard Take the Wild Harvest Course! In this episode of Homesteady, we discussed learning to hunt, and how many mistakes one can make when learning without a mentor. Aust learned to hunt by trial and error for his first few years, spooking many a deer his first year. After still hunting […]
You started hunting to save money on meat. But with the 400 FPS compound bow to purchase, with composite carbon and space age alloy arrows, tipped with heat seeking broadheads, suddenly the savings on meat begins to lessen. Here are a few places to cut back on the latest hunting fad gear, so you can […]
Getting a new hunting property is always exciting. But trying to figure out where to hunt on that property can be a challenge. There are three things you need to look for when choosing your spot to hunt. Watch to learn!