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Caring For Your Big Sky Canvas Wall Tent.

We here at Big Sky Canvas want to make sure you care for your investment properly. Our canvas tents have been used all over the United States in a variety of environments for 40+ years and are built to last generations. Like other fine pieces of equipment, tools, and clothing, proper maintenance is required. Here are a few tips to care for your Big Sky Canvas Wall Tent: Zipper Preservation: Have zipper unzipped when placing/removing wall tents over a frame to prevent too much stress on zipper. Set up Location: Be aware of which trees emit resins and avoid setting up under these types of trees. Set up tent: considering prevailing winds to keep sparks from blowing onto wall tents to prevent...

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Big Sky Canvas - 100% American Made

Why Should I Buy from a 100% American Made Company?  Produces Jobs for Upcoming Generations Manufacturing in the USA means guaranteed jobs for thousands of people. This happens because the more money that is invested in buying American-Made products, the more money will get put back into manufacturing American-Made goods. As this happens, the more the manufacturing sector will grow. By expanding the manufacturing sector, more jobs are created that in turn, will push more money back into the economy. This is a cycle that we can get behind. Generating a demand for American-made products means that more people will need to create those American-made products. MORE JOBS! Helps American Independence We as Americans have pride in our nation and in...

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Wilderness Survival Skills All Hunters Should Know.

Hunters innately possess several coveted outdoor survival skills, like how to track, kill, and field dress an animal. However, like everyone, they might have some gaps in their knowledge, and since we spend most of our time in the wilderness, it is best to know how to survive it if the worst should happen. 1 – Navigating by Day or Night If you find yourself off your usual hunting trail and without GPS, it is important to still know your way around. During the day, the sun is your most powerful directional tool as it rises in the east and sets in the west. If you have general knowledge of the area, this can help lead you back to a...

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Pheasant Recipes

Pheasant hunting is one of the best ways to introduce someone to the sport of hunting. The initial investment in time and money is low and the reward is high with lots of excitement during a flush. Like the act of pheasant hunting itself, pheasant meat is also very approachable to non-game eaters and a great way to introduce them to wild game. Ingredients 2 pheasants, about 1lb 2 oz each 2oz flour salt 1 tbsp vegetable oil knob of butter For the sauce 1 tbsp unsalted butter 1½ banana shallots, finely chopped 1 sprig thyme, leaves picked and finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, crushed ½ glass of white wine 4 tsp cider or white wine vinegar 10fl oz chicken stock 2 tsp Dijon mustard, or more to taste 3½fl oz double cream Puy lentils, cooked...

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Venison Recipes

Venison is much more than food for the deer hunter's soul. It also contributes to a very healthy lifestyle. Not to mention this mouthwatering meat is typically lower in saturated fat and calories than domestic choices. Deer feed naturally and don't eat food that contain antibiotics or growth hormones. Also, helping to keep our growing deer masses in check through hunting and eating what your game is good for the environment. The Big Sky Canvas Team put together some of our favorite venison recipes for you to try out at home. What are some of your favorite venison recipes?  MONTANA VENISON CHILI: Ingredients: Chili Puree: 4 pasilla chiles, seeded 2 ancho chiles, seeded  1 chile de arbol, seeded  1 1/2...

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