Disaster At The Lean-To @ The Rustic Log Cabin Deer Hunting Camp

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Come see what we are up to at the rustic log cabin in Maine. While we wait on deer hunting season at deer camp.

Welcome to The North Maine Woods. Join me for a common sense approach to woodsmen skills & long forgotten tricks and tips of the old woodsmen. Many things that will help you to survive in the great outdoors. Bushcraft skills for beginners and seasoned sportsmen. Deer hunting tips, fishing, scouting, and hiking tips of the trade. Real prepping skills. Off the grid common sense living skills. Easy old school woodsmen tricks and tips for winter survival situations.

Tag along and sit with me by the fire. I will show you common sense ways to make shelters, gather wood, & where to find and how to use wild tinders for easy survival winter fires. With and without flint & steel, matches, lighters, ferro rods, charred punk wood, fire roll, etc. Too many winter survival tips to list here. I will see you in the videos. Leave a comment, I will get back to you.

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Tracking Down A Mississippi Gobbler – Public Land Turkey Hunting – Calling All Turkeys

Shane Simpson hits the public lands of Mississippi in search a lonesome gobbler.

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First experience elk hunting out west!
This was my first time out west backpacking and hunting for elk! I only had 5 days off work so I was just along for the ride for the experience. My husband Cody and my brother Seth had tags and ended up staying over a week. We definitely learned a lot and can’t wait for the next chance to head out west to hunt! There’s just something about those mountains that make you feel connected to nature and keeps calling you to come back.

UNBELIEVABLE FOOTAGE! On the HUNT for RARE Birds! Leucistic Specklebelly Goose!

What a crazy and unbelievable experience to see not only a Leucistic Specklebelly Goose, but also A Brewers Duck, an Albino bird and a few other crazy things. Myself, Travis and Taylin may never see anything like that the rest of our lives. Travis saw a banded Ross too. Hope you enjoy and Share this video!

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WILD COYOTE Hunt, Catch, Clean, and Cook!!! | Delicious Meat STIR FRY (ASMR Silent)
Making delicious meal out of nuisance, overabundant animal that often preys on pet cats and dogs. This coyote had a CAT IN IT’S MOUTH WHEN I SHOT IT! Eating coyote, thankfully, sounds worse than it is, and we make the most of what nature gives us, today it gives us coyote meat. My Gear (Shop and Support):


Remember, eating has no morality, and what we eat is a reflection of our culture, not what is “right, or wrong.” Finally, you shoot it, you eat it, simple as that!

I will show you how to cook the dog meat so it tastes good. Most people turn their noses up at certain foods due to cultural reasons, but eating does not have morality. All animals, people included, kill to survive.

We begin in search of a whitetail deer during the week long controlled deer gun hunt, but that turns out to be an exercise in frustration. What turns out into a predator hunt for coyote and eating dog meat. I will prepare the coyote meat in two different ways, first as a basic steak and second, in a stir fry with rice and broccoli topped with soy sauce.

To make coyote meat taste great, use the back straps and avoid the meat surrounding the scent glands found in the legs. Brine the meat in seasoning salt and water. Change the water out a few times and keep in the fridge in non-reactive container or plastic bag. Add your favorite dry rub, I prefer my own spice, Woodobo.


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2020 Late Season Elk Scout and Hunt 1

This day includes our first day of late-season elk scouting the day before we start the hunt followed by our first day of the hunt. We have late-season cow elk tags and are looking to fill them in an area they have migrated down to.

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Spring Deer Scouting | Scouting public land marsh | Hunting pressure

When we’re spring deer scouting, one of our priorities is to try to figure out why individual sets did not pan out.
The previous spring while scouting this public land marsh, we found a buck bed about 25 yards from a small stand of trees in the marsh. We prepped a tree on the transition about 100 yards from the bed. Most of the trees where the buck was staging had been banged up going back several years.
We hunted that set a couple times and never saw the buck. Right wind, thermals good…. nada.
So, during this spring deer scouting mission, we dove back in to try figure out why he didn’t show up.
We found that another hunter had hunted that small stand of trees at least 2 times, where the buck was staging after he left his bed. He setup in a tree that was about 25 yards from the buck bed.
Setting up that close to the buck bed probably blew that buck out of there and he changed his pattern.
The hunter was using a mobile setup. The only evidence he’d been there were bite marks on the tree from his sticks and a couple small branches high up the tree he had cut off.
So, we’re run a camera further up the transition again, and if that deer, or another deer, startsUsing that bed again, we’ll take another look at it.
So goes hunting on public land.