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How To Shock Pouch A Deer with Clay Newcomb
How To Shock Pouch A Deer with Clay Newcomb

In the 1950s James' Lawrence's grandmother taught him how to cut the lower leg bone of a deer to make backpack straps out of the legs. In this video, Clay Newcomb shows how to remove the lower leg, while leaving the dew claws, then tie the legs together to be able to carry the deer out on his back. This is a great method for hauling out a deer or antelope when you don't want to quarter up or drag the animal out. Typically, it takes about 15 minutes or less to prepare the deer and then the hunter is off to the truck.

How to Identify Oaks with Clay Newcomb
How to Identify Oaks with Clay Newcomb

Clay Newcomb shows how to identify red oaks and white oaks. These two categories of oaks have many species inside of them, but he goes over the main things to understand. The best way to is to look at the leaves and bark structure. He talks about their flowering cycle and how wildlife use red oak and white oak acorns.

S2-E01: Steven Rinella and Mark Kenyon Discuss the Transformation of the Property
S2-E01: Steven Rinella and Mark Kenyon Discuss the Transformation of the Property

Last year, we bought a 64-acre farm in Michigan. The goal was to transform this small chunk of land into a hunting and wildlife paradise. Mark Kenyon’s first season as deer hunter turned land manager was full of half-done projects and failed additions. Other than arrowing a mature buck he called “The Wide Eight,” last season was about getting to know the farm. This year will be all about change. It’s August and Mark is back to check on the progress of some crucial projects. He battled a bunch of pissed off bees, COVID lockdowns, and failed food plots all Spring. Will any of these so-called improvements turn the Back 40 around? Tune in to find out. Presented by onX Hunt. Use code Back40 for 20% off new Hunt App memberships at https://onxmaps.com/meateater

MeatEater Season 9 - Now On Netflix
MeatEater Season 9 - Now On Netflix

Part 1 of the new season of MeatEater with Steven Rinella is now available on Netflix. Make sure to tune in to follow Steve as he heads out on new adventures in Texas, Wyoming & Colorado. Part 2 coming to Netflix in early 2021.

How To Clean A Heart with Danielle Prewett
How To Clean A Heart with Danielle Prewett

Danielle walks Steve through the intricacies of cleaning a whitetail deer heart.

The "How to Gut a Deer" Bandana
The "How to Gut a Deer" Bandana

You’ve got a sharp knife, a notched tag and a big giant buck on the ground. Congrats on making it this far. Now the real work begins. Here at MeatEater we want to give you all that’s needed to make quick work of this important task. This badass blaze orange bandana that provides instructions on how to gut your deer. Follow the steps for a quick and clean result, and feel free to make a fashion statement while you’re at it.

S2-E01: Big Sky, Bigger Birds: Montana Wild Turkey
S2-E01: Big Sky, Bigger Birds: Montana Wild Turkey

Steven Rinella and his brother Matt load up the llamas for a backcountry spring Turkey hunt in Montana’s Powder River Breaks. They will pack deep into the rugged badlands to find gobbling birds. With two tags each, there's plenty of action and camp-fried turkey schnitzel is on the menu. Presented by onX Hunt. Use code MeatEater for 20% off the Hunt App at www.onxmaps.com/hunt

S2-E03: Mark Kenyon and Tony Petersen Get a Look at this Year’s Target Bucks
S2-E03: Mark Kenyon and Tony Petersen Get a Look at this Year’s Target Bucks

Mark has already put in four months of blood, sweat, and tears to get this place ready for another season. August is coming to a close and he’d like to get the hell off the property to let it rest before hunting kicks off in October. Before he can do that he needs to set up tree stands and tower blinds in some crucial spots on the farm. Mark is joined by good buddy and fellow whitetail nut Tony Petersen to do some sawing, assembling, hanging, strapping, and tipping in the name of dialing this place in for the months to come. After all the work is done, the real moment of truth will be when the guys check trail cameras for the first time. Will there be any deer around to hunt out of these carefully crafted new set-ups? Presented by onX Hunt. Use code Back40 for 20% off new Hunt App memberships at https://onxmaps.com/meateater

How To Debone Venison Hindquarters with Janis Putelis
How To Debone Venison Hindquarters with Janis Putelis

MeatEater's Janis Putelis walks you through the process of deboning venison hindquarters using the new Meatcrafter Knife