Whitetail Hunting Blog

A Marinate Made in Heaven!

Posted by montanagrant on  March 17, 2014

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Category: Hunting
Marinates add flavor and tenderize meat. This is especially true when cooking wild game. Here are some tasty tips that will help your meat become even more delicious. Wild game has a “wild” odor and taste. It just does. Some of this flavor occurs due to improper dressing and packaging of the critter you harvested. The common reply from folks eating wild game is that it is too tough or “gamey”. Try this simple and

Montana Grant’s Last Stand!

Posted by montanagrant on  March 6, 2014

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Category: Hunting
This year’s deer hunting season ended with several bangs! Montana Grant was chosen to participate in a “Crop Management Program”. His “Last Stand” was in a weatherproof Tower Stand with windows, a heater, and a comfy swivel chair. Now before you think Montana Grant has turned into a Wussy, let’s take a closer look. Understanding our role as Wildlife Management Tools is important for sportsmen today. One of the primary reasons that hunting still exists,

When in Doubt!

Posted by montanagrant on  February 17, 2014

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Category: Hunting
I am so tired of hearing hunting and fishing stories about Bad Choices! When I do an outdoor show or am around hunting and fishing buddies, suddenly I feel like I am a Catholic priest doing confession. When a big buck, cackling pheasant, or mighty fish becomes involved, smart choices seem to go out the window. C’mon guys, I know these things are exciting, but…there is a thing called “Self-Control”. These adventures are surely exciting,

A Day in a Tree!

Posted by montanagrant on  December 23, 2013

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Category: Hunting
Deer hunting changes with the seasons and locations. After years of long distant shooting and stalking “whiteys and Mulies” in Montana, I returned to Maryland this fall and enjoyed hunting from a tree stand. Hunting in tree stands is a huge advantage for the hunter. A deer’s vision tends to be more horizon to horizon than vertically up and down. Normally deer do not look up unless they smell scent, hear a sound or see

Food For The Soul!

Posted by montanagrant on  November 24, 2013

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Category: Hunting
Humans are Hunters and Gatherers. At one time, Hunters were once the community provider of fresh meat for the family and community. Daniel Boone and Meshack Browning spent their time hunting and providing for their families. Their success meant survival. In todays’ Fast Food Society, we tend to forget why we hunt. Some hunters enjoy antlers, trophies or just time shared with friends. For me, hunting means food. As a husband and Father, I want