Grilled Turkey Breast Serving Size 3 1/2 oz Calories 163 Fat 1 Carbs 0 Protein 26g Cut turkey breast into thin strips and put them in a gallon ziploc bag Add the following sauces or your own creation: ½ cup Soy Sauce ½ cup Teriyaki Sauce ½ cup Worcestershire Sauce Shake bag so that all turkey is […]
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Have a listen as the Holder’s have been busy spreading the good word about hunting, conservation, and their faith in Christ. David and Karin join Carol of Dr. Carol Ministries to discuss how a love for the outdoors was the catalyst for building and growing their faith, strengthening their marriage and transforming their family all […]
Recipe for Permission Brownies | How to Get Access to Hunt David and I have been hunting together for over 25 years. We have gained permission on ALOT of property that people told us there was no way we would get permission. Looking the landowner in the eye, being respectful and having conversation got us […]
Wild Game Recipes | Antelope Appetizer Recipe Karin Holder’s antelope tenderloin recipe that makes for a great holiday appetizer! Serving Size 2 crostini Calories 74 Fat 2.5 g Carbs 3.9 Protein 8.4 Ingredients: 8 oz Antelope Tenderloin 1-2 Loaves of Italian Bread (small diameter loaf) 1 6.5 oz Container of Reduced Fat Garlic & Herb […]
Early Season Hunting Tree Stand Placement Deciding where to hang tree stand early in the bow season can be difficult. Deer seem to be everywhere eating as much as they can from the grain fields and food plots. But, sometimes all this food can cause a hunter to second-guess the best location for a tree […]
Deer Gland Scents David Holder was recently featured in an article about gland scents written by Jon Molden of Big Buck Adventures. Big Buck Adventures is a gland based deer scent company which includes Buck Pre-orbital Ultimate Scrape Mix and Dominant Buck Urine, both used in a mock scrape David harvested the buck above with. […]
Fall Food Plots Puts the Odds in Our Favor Food plots have become the craze for the hunter wanting to grow and kill monster whitetails. Plots that were once no more than a quarter acre of land, today, are expensive, well-designed, and well managed acres and acres worth of food. Food plots can be made […]
Ways for Getting Kids Involved in Hunting Over the Summer Hunting doesn’t stop at the end of the season. In fact, most of the time, the work you put into hunting occurs during the offseason. Summer is a prime example. There are many hunting chores that need to be done over summer that also serve […]
Summer Trail Camera Strategies for Better Fall Hunting If your trail camera strategies only include utilizing them in the fall, you are potentially missing out on valuable deer information. Of course, information obtained from trail cameras in September and October is important to plan fall hunting opportunities. Setting up trail cameras has to be a […]