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Precision Nutrition for Hunters and Shooters

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First of all – I have to say, I am not a nutritional expert, nor qualified to dispense nutritional advice. Consult an expert, etc, etc, etc…

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Sheep Slaughter Course

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Our first Sheep Slaughter course – another great day!

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Venison Leg, Five Ways.

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Making the most of meat. I guess it’s a dangerous assumption – just because someone is a hunter, knows how to kill, process and cut up an animal, doesn’t mean that have any idea how to cook it. Properly. This was part of the conversation I had over the week with a good friend and…

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Connective Tissue

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Slow cook tough cuts with some wine. We already know this. But are you interested to know why?

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Lightweight hunting: gear

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In part two of the video series – I discus some of the gear I took out with me on my lightweight hunting trip.

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Deer Processing Course

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The Bloke’s first ever practical seminar was a morning course on processing and butchering a deer. Richard at Balnagown was kind enough to host us and share some of his expert wisdom. Ten lads showed up at the break of dawn to be met by Richard and his freshly shot Doe. The deer was skinned and…

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Why do we hang meat?

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“I had really just committed a basic but common mistake…”

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Lightweight and off track.

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How did it all end up so heavy? It all starts innocently enough. Wanting to get out into the great wilderness to take some photos. Of course, I wanted a decent camera and well, several lenses and of course, I needed to take a tripod with me and a timer and a flash for in-fill.…

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Bush Bash – Off Track Navigation

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Like any skill, off track navigation needs to be practised. If you don’t, you start to forget basic concepts and you simply get slow and rusty.

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Scent Control for Hunters – Do you stink?

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Got any tips and tricks for scent control while hunting?

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