I Am A Mushroom Hunter | INDIE ALASKA

. Each fall, mushroom enthusiasts flock to rainy Girdwood to pick all the choice edibles they can But some hunters would prefer their favorite mushroom patches be kept Kate Mohatt is an ecologist and one of Girdwood’s local mushroom She shares tips on how to avoid poisonous mushrooms on a fungai hunt, and how to enjoy one of the northern-most mushrooming destinations in the Video: Travis Gilmour Slavik Boyechko Story: Slavik Boyechko Music: Starship Amazing

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Handling Harvested Game: Episode 3, Deboning

. WARNING: The following video and/or content may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. In this Episode 3 video series Bob Cordes, a wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and Brandon Fields, an applied meat science manager with PIC, provides details for deboning to aid with your next steps of processing the meat. This tutorial is for boneless processing and is useful and/or applicable for maintaining compliance with Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) laws traveling between states. Be sure to check out the…

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Handling Harvested Game: Episode 2, Skinning

. WARNING: The following video and/or content may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. In this Episode 2 video series Bob Cordes, a wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and Brandon Fields, an applied meat science manager with PIC, shows the full process of skinning a deer. Be sure to check out the entire video series: Handling Harvested Game: Episode 1, Field Dressing, https://youtu.be/bfdDz1fHTbA Handling Harvested Game: Episode 2, Hanging & Skinning, https://youtu.be/gblKwccvz8k Handling Harvested Game: Episode 3, Deboning, https://youtu.be/2MKYl-TdUDs Handling Harvested…

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Handling Harvested Game: Episode 1, Field Dressing, FNR-555-WV

. WARNING: The following video and/or content may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. In this Episode 1 video series Bob Cordes, a wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, shows safe techniques and proper handling for wholesome source of meat for yourself and your family. The taste and enjoyment of your wild venison will improve by following these tips. Be sure to check out the entire video series: Handling Harvested Game: Episode 1, Field Dressing, https://youtu.be/bfdDz1fHTbA Handling Harvested Game: Episode 2, Hanging…

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How to Quarter and Pack Game out of the Backcountry – Conservation Field Notes with Steven Rinella

. The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership & Bass Pro Shops have teamed up with Steven Rinella, host of the show MeatEater on the Sportsman Channel, to serve you up a weekly helping of conservation: http://www.trcp.org/community/conservation-field-notes Many folks feel overwhelmed when they are hunting on public lands and they get a deer or elk down on the ground in a place that is a mile or more from the nearest road. At this distance, dragging an animal out is too much work and game carts are often impractical. If, like most…

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Safety Match Survival Hack

Guys for this video. I want to show you a cool trick You could do with Safety Matches now safety Matches are different than strike-anywhere matches because you cannot strike these anywhere they have to be struck on the red strip on the side of the box In order for them to light off whereas with strike-anywhere matches you can basically strike them on any rough surface And they’ll ignite So what happens if you have lots of matches left over but your red striker strip powder is gone from…

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