Non-hunters are those who are not necessarily against hunting, but who may be easily tipped that direction. In the effort to keep these individuals leaning more toward supporting our traditions, I’d like to share a reminder about how we share our harvests.
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A topic near and dear to my heart is mentoring the next generation. This includes passing down and teaching them life-long traditions. Below is are tips, released by TenPoint Crossbows. Check them out and teach your youngster as well. The Pre-Rut is the Best Time for Young Hunters We all understand the importance of recruiting…
Fast forward to my now 16-year-old-daughter and I, and you’ll see we travel the world to pursue many types of game. One of our favorite hunts is that of the mini F-14s, aka teal.
Participants arriving at the club just outside Tucson, Arizona Saturday morning found the skeet fields almost fully submerged in water after a fierce thunderstorm blasted the southwestern desert city overnight.
This was morning one of the two-day hunt. We spent the morning in the blind and saw only one teal, which no one got a shot at. Although we were skunked, we enjoyed ourselves. The beauty of the marsh is like no other.
…open your perspective to realize hunters are sportsmen who contribute immensely to wildlife management and do not wish to have any animal, EVER, become extinct.