Rain, rain go away. It seems like it’s been raining forever, and the forecast unfortunately is calling for more to come. For us folks that love to be outside, these spring rains can put a serious damper on our plans. But on the other hand, a wise man once told me there’s no such thing as bad weather, just poorly dressed people. So if you’re craving some fresh air, don’t let this weather get you down! Don some rain gear and hit the woods for a walk or chase some turkeys! But if you’re planning on staying inside, you might as well read about the outdoors! So check out the great blog posts below, from across the web, to learn about trail camera techniques, big bucks and workout ideas!

A Rinella Recipe – Grille Venison Loin and Venison Kebabs – The Wild Within Blog: Check out these two awesome looking venison recipes from Steven Rinella, host of The Travel Channel’s The Wild Within.

Bad Year for Big Bucks – Whitetail 365: Was 2010 a bad year for big bucks? Entries in big buck contests in many states were down significantly this year. Could this be a sign of waning populations or is it just people aren’t going to the shows as much or something else entirely? Or maybe it was due to the weird rut we had?

Sharpening Your Trail Camera Skills in the Offseason – QDM Works: A really cool article about testing new set-ups in the off-season with your trail camera. For instance trying to capture a waterfall in the background of your trailcam pics with deer. If you’re camera is collecting dust right now, it may be a good idea to get it back out in the woods to try some new ideas and see if you can snap a couple neat pics!

Ontario Bowhunter Kills 3rd Giant Buck from Same Tree – Mike Hanback’s Big Deer Blog: A cool story of how one Ontario man killed three bucks over 160 from the same tree in just a couple years! He definitely found a honey hole!

Training To Become a Better Bowhunter – Under Armour’s Athletes Hunt Blog: A great post from UA Pro-staffer and host of Nock On TV, John Dudley. John walks through his training regimen and offers some great suggestions for getting in better shape for hunting season. Between this article and my recent piece on the Bowhunter’s Circuit Training, you should be able to get some really helpful ideas as you work to prep for fall!