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The history of wild game management in the United States is something that all hunters and anglers should be familiar with. An interesting relic of this story is this Colorado hunting and fishing pamphlet from the year 1917. It shows us some interesting and peculiar details about hunting and fishing at the time. It also teaches us a lot about the roles that conservation and fish and game management have played in providing today’s hunters and...
In Steve’s hunting guide books, on the MeatEater website and Youtube page, we’ve outlined the step-by-step processes of field dressing fish, small game, and big game. But over the years, we’ve picked up a few extra tips and tricks that will help hunters save a little time and produce better-tasting meals.
Some Tips for Big Game Field Care
When skinning or gutting game animals, always slice the hide by cutting from the inside out. Otherwise, if...
Once you’ve found your quarry, it’s time to start thinking about whether or not you should attempt to make a stalk. Sometimes the answer is perfectly clear.
If you spot an antelope feeding casually out in a sage patch in an upwind direction and you’ve only got to make a 50-yard crawl to get to a good shooting position, you should probably start crawling immediately.
But at other times, particularly when there’s a lot of distance to...