Outdoorsman Update | Issue 9: 10 Tips for Hunting Season This Fall - Jordan Yira

10 Tips for Hunting Season This Fall! 

Fall is right around the corner. Check your equipment and practice, practice, practice!


Bear hunting - 9/1/22
Archery Deer - 9/17/22
Take a kid hunting - 9/24/-9/25/22 Youth younger than 16 can hunt small game without a license but must be accompanied by an adult
Waterfowl - 9/24/22
Youth deer - 10/20-10/23/22
Pheasants - 10/15/22
Grouse - 9/17/22

10 Tips for Hunting Season This Fall!

1. Sight in your gun or bow - Shoot with the same bullets or broadheads you are going to hunt with.

2. Get your license ahead of time - Don’t be that guy the day before opener standing at the license counter 15 minutes before closing time.

3. Buy a safety harness if you hunt out of a portable or ladder stand- I will not climb a tree without one. Muddy makes some great harnesses, safety first. Here is the one.

4. Check your stands and the straps - Replace straps as needed, WD-40 that squeaky bolt.

5. Put up new stands ahead of season opener - Don’t scare all the deer away two days before opener.

6. Line up a butcher or meat processor if you don’t do it yourself- Processing deer is a task, don’t let your game spoil.

7. Trail cameras - Make sure batteries are full and SD cards are formatted to that camera. Keep the same SD card to the same camera to avoid corruption of that card.

8. Scout for your hunt - Do your homework, know the woods or area you are hunting. Especially public land, if you think a spot is good that is easy to get to… so do 5 other people. Think outside the box!

9. Know the current rules and regulations - Things change every year, stay up-to-date on the DNR website.

10. Be a sportsman and have fun - Introduce a new Hunter, take them with for a hunt, a track job- don’t forget a camp photo. Hunting should be a fun time with family and friends. Create memories of a lifetime and stay safe and ethical while doing it! Us outdoorsmen are the biggest advocates in conservation!

Tasty Venison KEbobs:

1. Cube up venison backstraps or tenderloins big enough to put on a kabob stick. Let them soak in your favorite sauce (Try western dressing and thank me later)

2. Add your favorite veggies/fruit to the stick. I like adding onions, peppers, mushrooms, and pineapple

3. Throw on the grill or pellet grill - grill to medium rare or to your liking!

4. Enjoy and get ready to put more venison in the freezer!

See ya next month! 
- Jordan
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