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A Scottish breakfast typically includes eggs, beans, bread, and, if you’re lucky, some tomato. It’s a simple dish (some might say boring) that doesn’t reflect the rich history of castles, whiskey distilleries, and regal stags associated with Scottish culture. But redemption for this tired dish sits on the edge of the plate as a slice of blood sausage. Known as black pudding to the Brits, this semi-sweet, iron-y delicacy had me questioning my own...
The trigger was pulled, the bullet or arrow sent towards the animal. So what do you do now? Knowing how to blood trail and track the animal you’ve shot is essential. There is nothing worse than placing your shot, hitting the animal and not recovering the meat to bring home for the freezer.
If the animal dropped dead in its tracks, you can take a few moments to feel grateful for your fortunes and to thank the animal for the gift of its meat. If...
Hunting is a highly regulated activity in the USA. Wildlife is managed at the state level, with state game agencies, supported by license sales, deciding who gets to hunt what, where and how.
These rules and regulations can and do change annually and are published in a booklet and online. Each state’s regs are different and it is the hunter’s responsibility to get a hold of a copy and study and know the laws inside and out. The information below...