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Mia & LG - Sharing the Outdoors

Published: Dec 17, 2014 11:00:47 PM
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  • Dec 17, 2014 11:00:28 PM
    Gear Review: Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck by Chelsea Lewis · December 12, 2014 Hunters differ on a lot of aspects of hunting – favorite game, trophies vs. meat, stalking or stand hunting – but one thing we can all agree on is: Geez, can hunting be expensive! Camo, guns, ammo, licenses, packs,…
  • Dec 16, 2014 11:00:49 PM
    4 TIPS: INTRODUCING A NEWBIE TO A RIFLESCOPE Mia Anstine Contributor New hunters often begin their hunting career using a mentor’s rifle. It’s a wonderful thing to have great mentors, but as a mentor there are things of old habit, which we need not take for granted. One such thing is peering at out targets…
  • Dec 8, 2014 11:00:53 PM
    Mia Anstine Reviews a Hawke Optics Riflescope Posted by: Mia Anstine , December 2, 2014 I’m often asked what caliber rifle a woman hunter should shoot, but I’m not often asked what scope should be put atop said rifle. Quality optics are an important part of the number-one hunting tool in our country. When we’re…
  • Dec 4, 2014 11:00:20 PM
    When cooking duck, and most game meat, getting it skinned, cleaned and cooled down as quickly as possible is best.When you’re rinsing the breasts, make sure to feel for shot bb’s. Scrape any blood clots out and off of the breast. This recipe was adapted by my family and me from one a friend shared. Feel…
  • Dec 3, 2014 11:00:55 PM
    3 TIPS TO HELP KIDS ENJOY THEIR FIRST HUNT Mia Anstine Contributor Shooting sports are becoming ever more popular for kids. For some of these youngsters, their next step might be entering the world of hunting. Introducing a young shooter to hunting sports can be a thrill for everyone. Thankfully, most parents want to always…
  • Nov 28, 2014 11:27:25 PM
    HYDRATE FOR SAFETY AND SUCCESS Mia Anstine Contributor It seems like something that should be common sense to us all, but sometimes we forget the importance of hydration. We get excited. We get in a hurry. We don’t want to pack something that sloshes and makes noise. We even don’t want the extra weight. The…
  • Nov 26, 2014 11:12:50 PM
    LG Brings Home Antelope for Dinner Posted by: Mia Anstine Our LG brings home antelope for dinner, but there’s a story to go with the hunt. As new hunters grow into sportsmen, their interests in methods of take expand. The Little Gal (LG) has developed into quite the young hunter. This year she went beyond…
  • Nov 25, 2014 11:20:30 PM
    FROM THE TRUCK TO THE FIELD Mia Anstine Contributor Remember to protect your rifle as you head to your favorite hunting spot. Depending upon your hike or ride out to the hunting location, you will need to take various measures to protect your primary hunting tool. Hiking While hiking through brush, briars or in the…
  • Nov 19, 2014 9:14:29 PM
    WICHITA, KS – Hadley Development LLC has announced an agreement to manufacture and distribute a new premium line of hunting apparel under the Girls with Guns (GWG) label. “With the help of Jen and Norissa at Girls with Guns, we have developed one of the most functional and great-fitting lines of hunting apparel following the…
  • Nov 19, 2014 12:45:28 AM
    MISSOULA, Mont. – The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation recognized six outstanding student conservation leaders from across the country through its scholarship program by rewarding each of them with a Wildlife Leadership Award (WLA). “Each of the recipients has shown through their studies and their passion that they want to make a real difference for wildlife and…
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