How to Make Easy Venison Summer Sausage
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Racks & Reels Revolution is a Nationwide Women's Hunting - Fishing Magazine, It's purpose is to support women hunters & anglers across the nation in all aspects of hunting & fishing.
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American Hunting Revolution, is a magazine & clothing brand company and is the owner of Racks & Reels Revolution Magazine and several other magazines, such as; American Wildfowl Revolution, American Outdoor Revolution, Gun Dog Revolution, American Whitetail Revolution (2020 release), American Waterfowl Revolution, I Heartland Horses and all American Hunting Revolution clothing brands and designs.
We are located an hour and a half outside of Kansas City, Missouri in a small outdoor, hunting, fishing and farming community. We are a family owned and operated business that is ran on faith and family values. Our main objective is bringing our readers stories from everyday people that live the outdoor, hunting and fishing lifestyle. We fully support youth outdoors and youth hunters, as well as, active Military and our Veterans.
Racks & Reels Revolution is a magazine for building women up. It's for recognizing the hard work and dedication that women put into their love of hunting and fishing, and it's intended to build confidence and strength through hunting and fishing.
We want to recognize women of all walks of life and ages of hunting & anglers and give women a chance to tell their unique story to our readers and followers.
Our page and our Racks & Reels Revolution Magazine is about Real Adventurers. Real Hunts. The purpose of the Magazine is to bring women together and build each other up.
It's not about popularity, or who's got their own show or brand, clothing line or product; it's about real life women that are mother's, grandmother's, sister's, wives, aunt's, etc., that love hunting and fishing, balance work and home life and raise their children to love hunting and fishing too.
It does not matter whether you rifle hunt, bow hunt, deer hunt, duck hunt, coon hunt; hunt on the ground hiking, or in a tree stand, our magazine & community supports you as a strong woman and dedicated hunter.
It doesn’t matter if you fish in the Midwest, North or South on land or from a boat, or if you bow fish or noodle for fish; our community supports you as a dedicated angler.
Our goal with Racks & Reels Revolution Magazine is to feature and bring attention to everyday women because we know that not every woman that hunts or is an angler is a pro staff for a company, or has their own podcast or considered a pro hunter in the industry. We want to support & focus on the women that juggle real life and are hell bent on hunting and fishing and teaching their children and other women about the love of hunting and fishing, putting food on the table, and the importance of conservation preservation.
Our 2019 Miss American Hunting Revolution is Bianca Jane of Her Humble Hunt. Bianca is such an amazing woman and mother and her love of hunting and the outdoors is unwavering. She is so dedicated to her hunting lifestyle and her love of the lifestyle that she instills those same values and that love in her daughter.
You will find Bianca on our front cover of Racks & Reels Revolution 2019 Summer Issue and her story. You will also find her in our 2019 Fall issue too, sharing another adventurous hunting story!
Our Marketing & Sales Director:
Meet Misty "Red" Burns, she is the Sales & Marketing Director for all of the company’s magazines. Red resides in the Heartland of Missouri with her family and is an avid outdoors woman, as well as, being an angler, bow & rifle hunter and horseback rider. Red is also a published writer and a Professional Photographer. She has many years of Marketing & Sales experience, her customer service is extraordinary. Red goes above and beyond for her customers and for the success of the magazines. Contact Red at: 816-647-4027 @huntnwhitetails - facebook.com/racksandreelsrevolution
We have been blessed with having some extraordinary women be on our team, and as features in our mag. When I created this magazine for women I had an idea of what direction I wanted to take the mag and having the mag be a beacon for women of all walks of life and outdoors, hunting and fishing backgrounds to help each other build confidence and strength in other women through sharing their stories and experiences; that those experiences and stories may draw new women to hunt, encourage those that do hunt and inspire new friendships and help women to heal that have endured tragedy or abuse or loss.
The stories that I have been reviewing have touched my heart tremendously and have inspired me to share my own story and how hunting and horses impacted my life and my journey to move forward and heal from a past that tried to break me.
I have found so much strength and confidence in myself as a hunter, that I never knew possible until I trusted my abilities and lived the hunting lifestyle wholeheartedly instead of hunting deer season this year and maybe not the next, but probably the following year and once I realized I felt the best in mind, body and heart when I'm in the woods doing what I love and have loved all of my life; that is when I knew the healing began. ~ Red Burns
Our Advertising Sales Consultant:
Meet Fayth Janek, she is one of our Sales Consultants and an avid outdoors woman, duck hunter, fisherwoman, rifle & bow hunter and frog gigging! Fayth resides in Indiana with her family that are all outdoorsy. Fayth is extremely active in the hunting industry and is a Pro Staffer for many hunting companies. Fayth is a down to earth girl that has never met a stranger, she treats all of her clients as though she has known them forever giving them the best customer service possible. Contact Fayth at 219-614-1357 or email her at [email protected] faceboook.com/racksandreelsrevolution @janekfayth
Jessica Parizek has joined our American Hunting Revolution team! She is a North Dakota girl! Avid angler and hunter and recently harvested a black bear and a 377 7x7 Royal elk in Idaho! Her hunting and fishing stories are headed your way in our Rifles, Racks & Reels Mag and American Outdoor Revolution Mag!
Angie has joined our American Hunting Revolution team.
Born and raised in Central Nebraska, I’ve been in the outdoors, hunting, fishing, riding and roping pretty much my entire life. My parents set an amazing example about sharing and mentoring the young and old alike, something I am highly passionate about and love to do as much as I can.
My mind and skill set as hunter has broadened tremendously over the years. I grew up hunting and fishing with my family, but after high school and marriage I pretty much started going out on my own. My husband Adam recognized that I feed off of being hands on and so while he’ll give me some basic tips, he’ll also say she’s learned it on her own. One of my proudest moments came this past winter after guiding a gentleman on a whitetail hunt. The hunter was telling his story and at the end Adam said, “I know, she’s a really good hunter.”
Hunting was not something that came easy for me at first. I started bow hunting at 22 and found while I was natural at shooting, I wasn’t exactly a natural born hunter. And so I made a lot of mistakes, and had more frustrating moments and blown hunts in my first couple of years than most people probably experience in a lifetime. But I never quit, and I learned from every single mistake I made. Years went by and one day instead of a big buck ghosting me, I was ghosting them and letting them walk to grow another year. My hunting became more about the actual hunt and less about the tag than anything else. I truly love to see how far I can push myself.
What started out as a frustrating hobby has evolved in to a passionate love for me. One of my favorite things to hunt growing up was doves! Those little buggers would drive me crazy trying to hit them with a shotgun and it took me years before I ever filled a limit in one day. And then I did, and all of a sudden it became easy and so Adam suggested wing shooting with a bow. Well why not I thought, and so now we do! The same can be said for progressing from a rifle to a bow and now to a spear and blowgun. The challenge is in the weapon itself and drives me to practice and better myself and skills daily.
I’ve hunted around the world, but prefer to hunt right in my own backyard, where the end result lies solely on my shoulders. I get asked quite often if there is anything I cannot do, to which I respond, there might be, but I haven’t found it yet. I’ve been told I can’t and that is just fuel to my fire. I believe to my core, that “failure is only an option if you quit.”
Sarah Ann has joined our American Hunting Revolution team.
Hi, I'm Sarah Ann. I'm located in Iowa. Hunting and fishing are my recharge from my life as a mom and a paramedic. I have only been hunting for around 10 years. To me...the kill is only a small portion of the process. Being in nature, recharging, and seeing wildlife are the major things that drive me to the outdoors. I hunt mostly with bow but I will pull out my shotgun or rifle also. Shooting 3D and target shooting along with fishing occupy my free time. Deer, turkey and small game are all I have taken so far. Dream hunts are black bear, gator, and moose. Actually any out of state hunt would be amazing. Thanks for allowing me to be a part of this amazing journey.
Shannon Beck has joined our American Hunting Revolution Pro Staff team.
I’m Shannon Beck from Texas. I hunt whitetail, turkey, hogs, bear, exotics, elk, and antelope. I also enjoy deep sea fishing and bow fishing as well. I’m co-owner/guide of Bonehunter Outfitters, team member of Wicked Stick Outdoors my filmed hunts will air starting in July, staff at Sisterhood of the outdoors, Tops camo and Full Drawn Addiction.
Holly has joined our American Hunting Revolution Pro Staff team. Holly is a wife, mother and avid rifles and bow hunter and outdoors enthusiast. She owns the Doe Range Blog. You can find her fishing rivers and lakes with her family.