American Hunter - September 2013 - (Page 6)
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Outfitted Hunts for Any Budget
Each year, guided trips put hunters within sight of their dream game. Those
hunts can cost a pretty penny, though. Budgeting for a grand adventure—and
finding an outfitter that you can reasonably afford—isn’t always easy. Fortunately for NRA members, the road to that trophy animal might just be a little easier
to navigate. Kyle Wintersteen explains at AmericanHunter.org/BudgetHunting.
Six Secrets Professional
Chefs Will Never Share ...
You don’t get to be a professional chef without
knowing a thing or two about cooking—and in order to protect your job, you have to protect the
tricks of the trade. Georgia Pellegrini has spilled
the beans on a few professional secrets—and
you should consider putting them to use on your
wild game dishes this summer. Get in the know at
Every hunter leaves the
house in the morning
hoping for a great hunt—
but that’s just not always
how things go. What if,
for example, the prop fell
off your boat while you
were on the way to your
favorite duck blind? Or
bad directions put you
hopelessly off course in
the backwoods? These
things happen. Read each
of these stories—and a
few others—at American
5 Survival Secrets When Lost or Stranded
Whether driving to your local hunt club or exploring remote areas a thousand miles
from home, few people take into account what they would do in a life-and-death situation. It’s impossible to be prepared for every potential situation, but if you follow five
simple guidelines you can drastically increase your chances of surviving should you
become lost or stranded. Find out what they are at AmericanHunter.org/Survive.
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