There is an enormous amount of websites for hunters, fishermen, and wild game cooks. Use keywords like “wild fish and game recipes” or “rabbit and squirrel recipes” or “ducks unlimited recipes” or “wild game and conservation magazines” and the results are noteworthy. Included below are many websites that offer recipes and more. But they are just the tip of the iceberg!
Great website for information about hunting and fishing in Alaska and more. “What's Cookin'? in Marylin's Kitchen” includes recipes for bear, moose, beaver, salmon, ptarmigan, and lots more.
This site is filled with information and products for processing game meats at home. There are many recipes, too, including wild boar.
This is the site for Bear Hunting magazine. Recipes are included in each issue.
Interesting site that says it is “for hunters and by hunters.” There is a sign-up for an e-newsletter, a page for “tall stories,” recipes, and more.
This is a good-looking collection of recipes for wild game. There are a few free recipes. There is a modest fee to become a member of the site, which includes access to all of the recipes as well as information on hunting and fishing in California.
This is the site for Deer & Deer Hunting magazine. It includes recipes.
This is the website for Ducks Unlimited. They offer membership in their organization, which is a world leader in wetland conservation.
This is the website for Field & Steam, a popular magazine on hunting and fishing.
Alaskan seafood online store offers wild fish for sale, plus many recipes for salmon, halibut, king crab, scallops, shrimp, clams, oysters, and squid.
An amazing site with all things food from cooking schools to food quotes and history, plus plenty of wild game recipes.
The magazine site for Gray's Sporting Journal offers articulate writing, photography, and wildlife information.
This site includes luscious recipes. Just remember that they are for farm-raised birds, which are fattier than wild birds and therefore can stand a longer cooking time before drying out.
This site includes articles and information about wildlife in Missouri for hunters and nature lovers and foragers alike.
The official website for this nonprofit that focuses on upland wildlife habitat conservation in North America.
The site has a cookbook section.
Hunting and fishing information, recreation and conservation articles, plus coastal information are here. Recipes for squirrel, too.
An industry favorite.
This website boasts that it is “where pheasant hunters come to roost.” It's packed with recipes.
This is a barbecue and grill cookbook website with a wild game cookbook category. The bulk of the recipes are for grilling and smoking.
Everything to do with hunting rabbits is here, from buying beagles to cooking the rabbit feast.
High-style recipes are offered on this site from Treo Ranches in Heppner, Oregon. They offer pheasant and chukar hunting and sporting clay packages, and their lodge is available for retreats, too.
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This is an extensive e-magazine on all things duck and goose hunting in the United States and the United Kingdom.
A personal website that include several wild game recipes along with some information on hunting and dog training.