Hunting has always been a part of life from our very beginnings. People survived on the margin, hunting, gathering, and designing better tools through the generations.
Hunting allows us to return to our ancestral heritage and brings us closer to the natural world. It forces us to be uncomfortable in the face of a personal challenge, and to brave the elements, plan our strategy, be patient, and then strike when the moment arrives.
I am thankful for the time I had taking my son Joey out on hunts with me. They are experiences that I will cherish forever, and you never know how precious those moments are until they are gone.
True hunters respect and protect the land that provides for us, paying the majority of the revenue that goes into conservation through licenses and fees, amounting $1.6B annually.
Enjoy this freedom wisely. Plan ahead, think safety and Good Hunting.
“IN a civilized and cultivated country, wild animals only continue to exist at all when preserved by sportsmen. The excellent people who protest against all hunting and consider sportsmen as enemies of wild life are ignorant of the fact that in reality the genuine sportsman is by all odds the most important factor in keeping the larger and more valuable wild creatures from total extermination.”