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This Goose recipe stuffed with fig, cream cheese and pecans can be fancied up for the most elegant dinner party, or camped down to impress the toughest critics at the lodge. It should take one hour from start till time you serve this delicious meal. The crunchy ingredients along with the sweet figs complement the Goose without overpowering this delicate fowl. I baked this meal in the oven, but do not be afraid to wrap in aluminum foil and grill. Either method you chose, do not overcook! My better half of over thirty years is a Registered Dietitian and Certified…
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Birds can be flocked-up during the earliest phase of spring turkey season, and our turkeys were. Jim Martin and I had a plan in the early season to hunt a little old school going after dominant birds, without turkey decoys, while documenting it on video in the Florida panhandle. Not only does this provide the ultimate challenge, but when you are successful harvesting the dominate gobbler, the woods really open up for a more exciting season. With the boss removed from the equation, other gobblers see an opportunity tom strut their stuff and usually become very vocal. The dominance amongst…
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If early hunting season turkeys are still be bunched up in their wintering flocks or just beginning to break up into smaller breeding flocks, there are a variety of different calls I like to use. Each call has its own advantages and disadvantages, as well. One thing is for sure: Spring turkeys have their own type of behavior, but turkey hunters can use those behaviors to thier advantage. I have had the best success turkey hunting in the early spring. Depending on where you live this might be as early as the middle of March or as late as mid…
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Never throw away the neck when processing your deer! This is one of my favorite cuts of venison, and a perfect camp meal when having access to power for your crock pot. I have cooked this same meal using a cooking bag when an oven was the only means available. Either method cook slow and long until the meat is tender. I love the long strands of meat that remind me of slow cook pot roast. When using these ingredients your venison will taste very similar to beef. This is a complete meal serve with nothing more than dinner rolls,…
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