Grilled Venison Chops topped with Sweet Mustard Butter Prep Time: 1 hour and 10 minutes (including marinating time) Cooking time: 20 minutes Ingredients:        3    cloves of garlic finely grated and pressed 1 1/2  ...

Persistence

PERSISTENCE               What I consider to be the most important concept that a deer hunter needs to understand and commit to in order to be consistent at tagging bucks is “persistence”. I’ve written about it before bu...
A person wanting to take up hunting today must be bewildered as to how to get started, unless they have someone to mentor them. Even then they may be overwhelmed with what to purchase for clothing, accessories, and equipment. Hunters today are marketed for everything from the best socks they should ...
After reading this article in The OUTDOOR WIRE -  The Outdoor Industry’s Daily Transaction Letter -  published on 3-21-12 and written by Paul Markel, I felt it was something worth while to share with all of you. I certainly am not a doomsdayer but self sufficiency is someth...
Click here to view 2011 VT. White-tailed deer harvest report.
Preliminary 2011 Deer Harvest Numbers Released            AUGUSTA, Maine – Maine’s 2011 deer season resulted in a total harvest of 18,839 deer by resident and non-resident hunters. Although the winter of...
We had been hunting for about 8 days on the same 3” of snow we had when we arrived in Ontario. Kevin had been hunting on his own and I had been hunting with my buddy Steve and teaching him to track. He was getting plenty of experience as there were plenty of tracks to sort through. The morning...
"The BloodLine" From the left:: Kevin Harrison, Lee Libby,Tom Hamilton, Hal Blood, Chris Dalti, Mike Stevens, Lee Schanz. Absent is Mike Featherstone and Stu Osthoff.  Introducing the new Big Woods Bucks Beagle Wear line of wool clothing. It was designed by Hal and the pro-staff to meet t...
       Presents                                        "A Difference You Can See" Kittery Trading Post and Big Woods Bucks is pleased to present Big Woods Advent...
THE BUCK HUNTER May 2011  As usual when spring has sprung in most of the state, the North Country still seems more like winter. Hopefully old man winter will release his icy grip soon. The deer in the Jackman area all look good in early April as I write this. I know of only two deer that were...
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