hunting

hunt camp cooking

7 tips for better hunt camp cooking

Hunting is an active sport that involves plenty of walking, hill climbing, carrying gear in, and packing meat out. To be successful, hunters need to maintain peak physical fitness and that means eating properly before, during, and after the hunt. But the very nature of the hunting lifestyle also offers unique challenges when it comes to meal preparation, as it often takes place a long way from a fully stocked residential kitchen. In this article, we provide 7 tips for better hunt camp cooking, as well as a few simple recipes you can cook up in the field with ease.

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The new Burris Thermal is a real rip snorter

Earlier this year, we had an opportunity to test out the brand new Burris Thermal Handheld (BTH 35). What we discovered was a rip snorting thermal optic device that turns up the heat on night shooting and lets you own the night. Or as we like to say, it helps you hunt when you can’t see shit!

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Hunting is cruel

Is hunting under attack?

If you have ever doubted that hunting is under attack, you only have to take a quick look back over our social media posts from the last two months that show numerous examples of inflammatory media headlines, onerous government legislation and discriminatory acts by commercial businesses all aimed at recreational hunting and shooting.

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Hunting in NZ

Episode 12, Season 1

In this episode of I Am Hunter, we are back in New Zealand where Jess hunts a beautiful free range fallow buck, and Hayden, a farmer from Victoria, hunts his first red stag.

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Hunting with kids

Episode 11, Season 1

In this episode of I Am Hunter, it’s all about hunting with kids. From Jess taking her 7 year old out to teach him tracking skills to 4 year old Lily seeing deer for the first time.

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