The FASTEST and most HUMANE Buck Hunt EVER!!! {Catch Clean Cook} Ft. The Hunter Chef

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  • So great Cooking with you! Hope to hang out again soon my friend.

    The Hunter ChefThe Hunter ChefԱմիս առաջ

      Hachem AlouiHachem Aloui8 օր առաջ
    • dis is mad stuff!! LOVE IT!! A big Joe Rogan fan and ure one of my favorite guest of the podcast! And now ure in a collab video with one of my fave youtuber, DMFD!!! Keep up the great work and in what you believe in!! the world need more people like u!!! will defly take my fam to Antler if i ever go to Canada, 100%!!!

      Nathaniel SamuelNathaniel SamuelԱմիս առաջ
    • Saw U on the Joe Rogan experience. Awesome

      skrambull christensenskrambull christensenԱմիս առաջ
    • that looked amazing... you need to put some cooking videos on your channel

      Alejandro PachecoAlejandro PachecoԱմիս առաջ
    • Canadians always doing it up right! Amazing

      Stefanie SlywkaStefanie SlywkaԱմիս առաջ
  • man that’s a half rack

    ButteringTheToastButteringTheToast10 ժամ առաջ
  • im jealous it looks so good i live in the netherlands and i wish i could hunt for my own meat

    Rowen HennemanRowen HennemanՕր առաջ
  • try the golf ball method

    Beer_godBeer_god2 օր առաջ
  • I’m from Gulfport ms and I messy wit you cuz

    Tupac ShukarTupac Shukar3 օր առաջ
  • Great video as always. I wanted to add my two cents worth on bullet performance. After a lifetime of hunting and guiding, I have ZERO use for a bullet that separates from the jacket. Especially on bigger animals like elk. I won't even use them for EDC self defense. Lots of experience and studying terminal ballistics on game. My opinion, your mileage may vary.

    kelly walkerkelly walker7 օր առաջ
  • Finally someone who really knows how to cook😂

    Peter MPeter M7 օր առաջ
  • Is that young Arthur morgan

    Hey MoradoHey Morado7 օր առաջ
  • Yes, definitely do a dry age video

    paul gamblinpaul gamblin10 օր առաջ
  • Did yawl see that deer at 2:03 slightly to the left?

    Joel CameronJoel Cameron11 օր առաջ
  • Can I get a shout out my AMworlds name is LewMonti

    Lew MontiLew Monti11 օր առաջ
  • Gorgeous cut of meat at the end. Not something I needed to see at 1am though😭

    Gen X AutoGen X Auto12 օր առաջ
  • To me I look for the preferred place where I believe that the forage is the best , I almost go where I have been successful in the past in and always hoping that I have found a hot spot.

    Kevin BrooksKevin Brooks12 օր առաջ
  • If there is cover in the field set up in the inside corner edge,where you can see and shoot the opening and the woods.

    Dale RashDale Rash13 օր առաջ
  • Deer use inside corners, hunt about 50 yds. Into the woods in these corners.

    Dale RashDale Rash13 օր առաջ
  • I would have to have my deer meat well done

    Philip WethingtonPhilip Wethington16 օր առաջ
  • Hang the carcus for 10 days in the coldroom,or pull a damp sack over it and keep damp in a breeze for the same time until the meat turns a bit grey.

    Graeme DernbachGraeme Dernbach17 օր առաջ
  • Shooting bambi for no reason

    mikerzisumikerzisu17 օր առաջ
  • Lol rob getting deer blood all over the cook book lol

    tavitela2tavitela219 օր առաջ
  • I love hunting i live in mississippi so great to see you here

    Payton EtheridgePayton Etheridge19 օր առաջ
  • Yes, please do a video on dry aging. Great Vid - Thanks!

    Brian KitchenBrian Kitchen19 օր առաջ
  • That could not have been any more of a humane shot the deer was dead before it even heard the bang

    Joekoch 1911Joekoch 191120 օր առաջ
  • Hey deer meat for dinner my name is Joshua Moore I’m from collinsville ok and my question is where did you get your knives with the antler handle or do you make them I have been trying to find some for years and never was able to find any

    josh moorejosh moore20 օր առաջ
  • @ 10:10 the cows 🐄 like wtf I know that guy... what is he doing ? 😂😂

    gerale ealeygerale ealey23 օր առաջ
  • Agree with everything you said as far as the deer hunting, but that place looked like one heck of a duck hole. Watching the drone shot, all I could picture is hundreds of Woodies pouring in at dawn or dusk. Awesome video as always.

    HuntnGamecockHuntnGamecock23 օր առաջ
  • Absolutely beautiful shot

    Benjamin UleryBenjamin Ulery24 օր առաջ
  • Rob...try the dry-aging on one of those wild hogs in Florida and a gator.

    Donald and Irene YoungDonald and Irene Young27 օր առաջ
  • Rob...this brought back memories for me as I'm originally from MS but now make TX my home. Those deer in "The Sipp" are some big 'uns! I hope to go next deer season and bring back some venison from my home state. Keep up the great work and God bless.

    Donald and Irene YoungDonald and Irene Young28 օր առաջ
  • Lol... that was sooo idle and funny all at once, I am pretty sure that is gonna be used as a torture technique in some movie at some!.

    Nicholas MartinNicholas Martin28 օր առաջ
  • Nice kill

    ravin747ravin74728 օր առաջ
  • Ur a natural cook I've learned from u too even though it's an expirament u say haha

    eric penaeric pena28 օր առաջ
  • Hi Rob n ur family am here watching ur videos for the last year and it's koo u do so much for people that want to learn about hunting for good natural meat me and my wife live in the central valley of cali we're can I go hog hunting to make a good meal bless u and ur fam

    eric penaeric pena28 օր առաջ
  • I'm 57 years old. I took my first buck, a small 4 pt white tail, on opening day in Alabama, this year. A few weeks later I harvested a big 10 pt white tail. My longest shot was 50 ft. Both shots were time and place. Do the homework; it pays off.

    Barr SteveBarr Steve28 օր առաջ
  • The cows like eat moor deer

    E EE EԱմիս առաջ
  • 2 brothers raised the, does the same work and activities, and 9 of 10 times does that stuff their own different way possibly ending in the same results.. another quick perfect shot, even quicker then the other dude... that ratchet strap trick worked pretty good, I've seen a video where they use a golfball... need to keep the old timer stories and traditions going as there isn't many left since technology and fakeness has taken over these days... that meat looks tasty with a few more minutes more being cooked for my liking...

    Nikki RichardsNikki RichardsԱմիս առաջ
  • What gun are you using ?

    Jack BanovicJack BanovicԱմիս առաջ
  • Really Awesome to see The Hunter Chef one here!! I live just outside of Toronto and i'm a big fan of Antler. Ive been a cook my whole life, and this channel really makes me want to go out and try hunting, to really see where the meat comes from. I just don't know where to start....don't have any friends or family that hunt.

    Sean KlotzSean KlotzԱմիս առաջ
  • would do ANYTHING to experience the things that you do on your video's.. really a fan of saying about living! all love from Philipines!

    LordCid Louis SenorinLordCid Louis SenorinԱմիս առաջ
  • I can’t believe that you kill these poor defenseless animals - can you save me a back strap please? 😂

    Ann OttenAnn OttenԱմիս առաջ
  • Awesome cooking from the hunter chef!! Sometimes the best meals are the simplest!! Props for not overcooking the deer. Soooo many people soak deer in an ice chest for days and then wayyy over cook get the "wild taste" out...they should eat cats instead LOL

    chris barnardchris barnardԱմիս առաջ
  • Think hunter chef should watch robert remove a silver skin from a backstrap!! Way easier if you turn it upside down on the cutting board. I learned this from dmfd vids and thanks sooo much

    chris barnardchris barnardԱմիս առաջ
  • Doer up brother!!!

    John W. Ketchersid PhDJohn W. Ketchersid PhDԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes yes yes....

    J BoJ BoԱմիս առաջ
  • You need to come hunt the club in Lincoln county!

    Im a DoughIm a DoughԱմիս առաջ
  • Absolutely do the dry aged thing.

    Wayne CribbWayne CribbԱմիս առաջ
  • I would LOVE to see a dry aged vlog!!

    Edna VGEdna VGԱմիս առաջ
  • How about making some pemmican!

    Charlie DisneyCharlie DisneyԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes I want a video of you dry aging and then cooking

    robert spencerrobert spencerԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes.

    paulpaulԱմիս առաջ
  • No suffering from the animal, good shot buddy 👊

    Homero QuinonezHomero QuinonezԱմիս առաջ
  • YES! PLEASE DO A DRY AGING VID! love you guys thank you for helping me find the things that bring true joy to my life! You will always be my #1 inspiration! Check me out lifeillusionsokie LIO bless y'all to the moon n back!

    Richelle BakerRichelle BakerԱմիս առաջ
  • I was told by a butcher to never age a deer more than one day. He also said to never put garlic powder on wild meat. I tried a side by side taste test, and was he ever right! Try some garlic powder on a small piece of venison, and see how strong it makes it. :-( I only use salt, pepper, and rosemary on venison. I will try a little tyme, next time.

    Terry SincheffTerry SincheffԱմիս առաջ
  • nice.

    Henry MorelandHenry MorelandԱմիս առաջ
  • Yea, I'd like to see that dry aging thing. I've never done that . I grilled some backstrap like that about 2 weeks ago and it was AMAZING! Great video. New subscriber.

    David RoberieDavid RoberieԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes i would love to see you try it

    Steven MccookSteven MccookԱմիս առաջ
  • Do you go elk hunting?

    melnysethmelnysethԱմիս առաջ
  • I don't have scientific proof but growing up I know my folks preferred to skin game (elk, moose, and deer) right away and hang the meat to age for at least a week before butchering it. Obviously ambient temperature had to be above freezing but low enough that the meat would not sour. I remember the best meat we ever had actually had mold on the skeined over meat in areas. We cleaned it off with white vinegar and butchered as normal. I have also eaten like you did in this video and really, it is all so very good. Moose was often soaked in milk before cooking it, but I don't know why and feel bad that I didn't ask. Assuming it tamed the gamy taste.

    Bret LawsonBret LawsonԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes on the dry age

    Roger BonnetteRoger BonnetteԱմիս առաջ
  • Can´t believe you´ve ever done a shoot like that. You yankees are supossed to shoot well when animal is standing still and not moving.

    Ricardo JuárezRicardo JuárezԱմիս առաջ
  • Things I look for...Chik-Fil-A is probably my favorite.

    Matt SMatt SԱմիս առաջ
  • I would love to see the difference if you dry age a backstrap

    DeWayne Big D WillisDeWayne Big D WillisԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes Please, I would love to see you do a video on dry aging wild game!

    Willis ProctorWillis ProctorԱմիս առաջ
  • Hi, you killed one deer. You food looks delicious. Thank you for sharing. From Saipan CMNI. Have good day. Awesome.

    Priscilla TudelaPriscilla TudelaԱմիս առաջ
  • there is a deer on 2:00 to 2:06 on the gopro shot it is running in the woods.

    April MaherApril MaherԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes let's see Big Brother love it

    Bigjun MaiavaBigjun MaiavaԱմիս առաջ
  • Dry aging wild game can go very wrong very fast, remember the humidity. Most important is fat. Do you have enough fat on the animal to aid in the enzyme breaking down of the fibers? Too little fat and the meat will not taste good. I have found 21 days was optimal for deer elk and moose. I have found 60% humidity was best and 2 degrees C. Good luck and pick a fattie to dry age, it is wonderful .

    Dan NessDan NessԱմիս առաջ
  • When setting up for where I hunt, I look at the thermals first of all. It doesn't matter if you have found the best spot on the property to hunt if the thermals are wrong. When I have gotten a good idea about how the thermals work in the area, I start looking for the right deer signs and what my hunters "instinct" tells me. I can't explain exactly what it is, but since I started to hunt deer with my own gun at the age of 15 and with a bow when I were 18, I have always had the "instinct" to find the right spots to hunt and where and how to set up. From the age of about 20 years old, all the older and much more experienced hunters, started to ask me where they should set up to kill their deer. If possible, I prefer to set up to the south or to the north of where I expect the deer to show up, to avoid problems with a low sun. If the thermals make it risky to set up in the hottest spot, it is much better to move a bit away from that spot, to a spot with the thermals in your favor. Spook the deer with your scent, and your hunt is ruined for sure. Maybe for days and weeks in that area. Hunt in a bit less hot spot and spook no deer at all, gives you a much better chance at shooting a deer. Make sure to set up in places where the deer travel during shooting hours. It doesn't help much to sit in the "best" area, if the deer only come there after shooting hours. If they only come to a food source at dark, make sure to set up in an area the deer use to travel during shooting hours to or from that food source instead. When it comes to gear, you should totally forget about garbage like Ozonics or other "scent free" products. They just don't fool the deer's nose at all. Never. No matter what commercials and payed so called pro hunters tell you. They are all just payed to sell you whatever product and could not care less if the products work or not. Next year they might be sponsored by a competing product that claims they are the best in the world and the only one that really works. Most of the pro hunters and sponsored hunters, lie, lie and then lie some more to endorse the products. I have now hunted by myself with my own weapons for 38 years and have shot 400+ deer, 700+ red foxes and a good number of other larger critters, like African ones, and I have never used any sort of these products and never wanted to use them either. When buying a gun with a scope, always spend the most money on the scope. Most guns do the job plenty well as long as you don't plan on doing some serious long range hunting. A quality scope can really make the difference between going home with a nice deer or going home with nothing. And practice a lot with your gun. Don't be one of those many hunters that just sight in their gun before they start the hunting season and that is all the "practice" they do all year. And don't take risks when pulling the trigger, hoping you will be lucky to hit the deer somewhere it will die from the next 24 hours. You own it to the animal you hunt, to be sure that you will kill the animal quickly when you pull the trigger. If you are a "Hail Mary" type of hunter, I suggest you stop hunting and find another lifestyle/hobby. Like just taking pictures of the animals instead. When it comes to bow hunting, my best advice would be to not be chasing speed. A slower and heavier arrow from a more silent bow, will always be better than a fast light arrow from a loud bow. The slower and heavier arrow will penetrate better and by using a more silent bow, you will avoid much of the string jumping, hunters with loud bows experience. Practice a lot with your bow at different distances and learn where to aim and what pin to use at those distances. And make sure your bow and arrows are tuned properly. If you are not able to tune the bow and arrows well yourself, get the help from someone that really know how to do it. And please don't aim at the middle of the deer as I see so many bow hunters do on videos. With the right broadhead and heavy arrows, it is not risky to aim close to the shoulder. I am not sure why I wrote this "essay" as a comment to this video :) I just started and it ran off for me :) I did it in the best meaning to try to help some hunters :) Hunting and fishing is a way of life for me and so very much more than a hobby, so I quickly get passionate about it :)

    Bjørn Egil HageBjørn Egil HageԱմիս առաջ
    • @Page Farms Thanks a lot for your kind words Page Farm. A bit funny and a coincidence that you live in Kentucky as I hope to have the money to buy my own hunting ground in a not so distance future in Kentucky :) I would have bought it already if I hadn't spent so much money on hunts, like some trips to Africa. But they have all been worth it :) I still have an insane Africa fever and I feel a very strong need to go there and hunt Cape Buffalo and Eland by still hunting with my bow. Still hunting with a bow is the ultimate hunting challenge and experience for me. And I have much more patience for that than to be a squirrel, sitting up in a tree for hours and hours, day after day, waiting for the right deer to come close enough for an ethical shot. But I do enjoy that kind of hunting too :)

      Bjørn Egil HageBjørn Egil HageԱմիս առաջ
    • I bet you have some awesome hunting story’s to tell. I love hearing story’s from experienced, ethical, conservationists hunter such as yourself. I’m 25 and I have been hunting since I was small enough to be carried to the field. I hope someone just starting really reads what you took the time to say and takes it to heart. “Give a man a fish and he eats for one night, Teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime” (might not be exactly right word for word) much respect sir have a goodin.... Blake Page From Page Farm KY

      Page FarmsPage FarmsԱմիս առաջ
  • Take your hats off on doors guys.

    Stuart ConnerStuart ConnerԱմիս առաջ
  • You seriously need to dry age your meat before you cook and eat it. It will be much more tender and will taste very much better.

    Bjørn Egil HageBjørn Egil HageԱմիս առաջ
  • When getting a shot situation like that, I prefer to shoot the animal high in the neck. Either from the front or from the back. Clean quick kills with no meat or antlers ruined. Of course you only should take that kind of shots when you have practiced a lot and are 100% confident that you will make that shot. Hoping is never good enough when pulling the trigger.

    Bjørn Egil HageBjørn Egil HageԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes, for the dry aged.

    Glenn MiguesGlenn MiguesԱմիս առաջ
  • I'm also a firm believer in conservation. We should all do all we can to instill it into the younger generations!!!

    Woody JADEWoody JADEԱմիս առաջ
  • I miss the sound of the frogs, that's one species that I personally have no physical impact from but somehow that one repetative sound keeps one sane, nothing like sitting it out over a pond, so much activity, a true recalibration.

    stephanie tommarostephanie tommaroԱմիս առաջ
  • I would love to cook with you some game one day. I love watching you hunting,fishing just having a good time. I wanna feel my dream of doing that with you

    Mario RochaMario RochaԱմիս առաջ
  • I swear this dude can literally be anyone's friend.

    Mr SharkManMr SharkManԱմիս առաջ
  • I would love to see dry aged meats!

    Raphael CovingtonRaphael CovingtonԱմիս առաջ
  • rob you rock,great hunt ,awseome chef an what did gabe shoot ?godbless you guys..stay safe..

    William MathewsWilliam MathewsԱմիս առաջ
  • I want to see dry aged for sure

    ZionDaLionZionDaLionԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes! Please dry age!

    Hunter HartHunter HartԱմիս առաջ
  • 4:43 quickscope time

    Alex HoltvedAlex HoltvedԱմիս առաջ
  • Love to see a video on dry aging !

    Mike McCallMike McCallԱմիս առաջ
  • All men die ever few live God bless 🙏 and yes dry age one time

    Jawonn CastleberryJawonn CastleberryԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes dry age.

    James WaltersJames WaltersԱմիս առաջ
  • Plus I like hunting after a nice rain or dew. So the leaves dont crackle as much.

    Mic Mic Gotchaa mcnaughtonMic Mic Gotchaa mcnaughtonԱմիս առաջ
  • The music from 4:00 is from black ops zombies.. but dont get the wrong idea. When I played that game as much as I did I was also in the woods live trapping amd hunting. Strapping my 20 gage to my 4 wheeler amd hauling butt through the trails hitting every banana spider web on the way to check my traps before school and after.

    Mic Mic Gotchaa mcnaughtonMic Mic Gotchaa mcnaughtonԱմիս առաջ
  • Great job guys👍🇧🇸

    Lifestyle With IvanLifestyle With IvanԱմիս առաջ
  • Love the video, looks like such a beautiful and peaceful place. Let’s see a dry age video!!

    easton satterfieldeaston satterfieldԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes Sir, dry age please

    John WatsonJohn WatsonԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes Sir! That boy is bad. 🎯 #TeamDMFD..

    817 Texas Smith817 Texas SmithԱմիս առաջ
  • You need to try to get on a hunt with Steven Rinella from Meat Eater!

    C GittermannC GittermannԱմիս առաջ
  • Wait you guys can kill more than one deer in a year?

    Pierre-Alexandre MuellerPierre-Alexandre MuellerԱմիս առաջ
  • He didn’t go 20

    Fox River BushcraftFox River BushcraftԱմիս առաջ
  • Yes! Please try to dry age some venison as well as wild hog!

    Jacob ScottJacob ScottԱմիս առաջ
  • YES please do the dry ageing

    Adam SuggsAdam SuggsԱմիս առաջ
  • please try dry aging

    P-RUNKZP-RUNKZԱմիս առաջ
  • The wind is your friend

    Mike BakerMike BakerԱմիս առաջ
  • Love the channel and have been a fan from day 1....Come on the casing and the bullet?? What a "coincidence"................

    JoeJoeԱմիս առաջ
  • Good shot. What caliber is that rifle?

    Scadster's WorldScadster's WorldԱմիս առաջ
  • What an ad for lead free bullets.

    William LairdWilliam LairdԱմիս առաջ
  • Try the dry aging!

    tatito27tatito27Ամիս առաջ