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Brandon Butler and Nathan McLeod have teamed up to co-host the Driftwood Outdoors Podcast. Driftwood Outdoors brings listeners information about conservation and outdoor recreation in Missouri and surrounding Midwest states through interviews with an impressive lineup of guests. New episodes are released every Tuesday morning. The duo’s entertaining style engages listeners and makes the podcast fun and easy to listen to. The podcasts are available on the Driftwood Outdoors website, and all major podcast platforms.

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Driftwood Outdoors brings listeners information about conservation and outdoor recreation in Missouri and surrounding Midwest states through interviews with an impressive lineup of guests.

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Gravel Bar Camp
Gravel Bar Camp

Gravel Bar Camp

$ 28.00

We have teamed up with the fellas from Driftwood Outdoors Podcast to deliver you all their merchandise. We are starting with this classic depiction of the gravel bar camp, known to many river explorers of the heartland. 

 

The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.

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Missouri
Missouri

Missouri

$ 25.00

The grassy plains, Ozarks and Gateway Arch define the landscape of this midwestern state. Then there's the famous Missouri-style BBQ, but the buck doesn't stop here. The real morsels are the wild game: Turkeys, pheasants and white-tailed deer.  

Get your Missouri fill with our Missouri State T-shirt. 


The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.

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Boss Tom
Boss Tom

Boss Tom

$ 25.00

It's the crack of dawn. The sun brings the world from black to grey and hens cluck in their beds just a few hundred yards away. You take a sip of coffee inside your blind. Suddenly, a crow calls and a shock gobble follows. You know who it is. You know who runs this roost. It's Boss Tom. 

The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.

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Sunrise Whitetail
Sunrise Whitetail
Sunrise Whitetail

Sunrise Whitetail

$ 25.00

Every fall we find ourselves sitting, waiting, for first light to break the horizon, hoping to catch a glimpse of the perfect deer to fill our freezer. Whether from a raised trees stand or from a ground blind on the edge of a field putting the deer in our sights is a fantastic moment. 

 

The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.

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Recipe from the host: Hank Shaw’s Wiener Schnitzel with Wild Turkey Breast

If you've never pounded your own cutlets before, read the directions below before you start. It really helps to have a rubber mallet or a meat mallet around, but you can use an empty wine bottle or a small pot. Lemons are a must here, and remember that real wiener schnitzel does not have a sauce.

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