Madison, Wisconsin - My life revolves around whitetail deer and how to better my odds of harvesting mature bucks. I have been hunting for over 40 years and have learned from family, friends and on my own. By applying what I've learned on a 98-acre property in southwestern Wisconsin owned by a great friend we are now seeing and harvesting mature deer. We have made many changes to this property over 7 years to improving food plots, creating bedding areas, increasing native browse, screening, placing water holes, stand placement, using deer lures and trail cameras.
Madison, Wisconsin - I’m 57-year-old construction superintendent. I started hunting and fishing with my Dad at an early age where I found my love of the outdoors. My brothers and I have continued to hunt and fish in Wisconsin and the Dakotas. I have learned a lot about land management through classes offered by UW Wisconsin extensions and professional land management individuals. I have been practicing different food plot seed combinations and habitat improvement on the land I own for the past 12 years. This led to the interest in video filming so I went to Campbells Outdoors camera filming school and learned from the pros.
Greg lives on his farm located in Clyde Wisconsin. By making several land management improvements he now holds mature whitetail deer and turkey on the property. Greg enjoys working up the ground to plant food plots for all of the wildlife on his farm. Greg has hunted big game animals in the Northwest Territories, Alaska, Colorado, Wyoming and has harvested Caribou, Brown Bear, Buffalo and Elk.
Venison Snack sticks are easy to make and Hi Mountain Seasoning make a variety of seasoning mixes to choose from. We like the “original” seasoning blend but sometimes we add teriyaki, cracked pepper to change it up.
All you need is ground venison, Jerky/sausage gun with a 17mm nozzle, wire rack with cookie sheet and some Hi Mountain “Snack Stick Seasoning”. Follow the direction that are includes and you will have great snack sticks. You can use a smoker or oven for cooking.
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