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Its Has Been A Busy Yet Very Rewarding Last Three Months

 

While it appears to be a slow time of year for us hunters I would argue that there is way more opportunity than most realize.  Case in point I was excited for a slow down this Spring so I could actually start pumping out some content.  Well, if you follow the page, you’ll agree with me that it did not happen.  So I wanted to take today to let you know that while I haven’t been writing I have indeed been gathering some great content to share with you and have some exciting things forthcoming. Continue Reading…

Kids and My Selfishness

October 16, 2016 — 4 Comments
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The Excitement on the Way to the Hunt was Obvious.

 

A reoccurring topic you’ll see from me is getting kids out into the woods or water.  It is absolutely necessary for the continuation of our sport and heritage as hunters.  I feel very strongly about setting future generations up to enjoy the blessings I have been able to experience through hunting and fishing.  Not only do I support various conservation/hunting organizations, vote, buy the appropriate licenses and pay other fees, but I do what I can to make sure that someone will actually be interested in these things after I’m gone.  However, this weekend and a few weeks prior, I was reminded that maybe I’m a little selfish and take my kids hunting for my own benefit too. Continue Reading…

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I Know Exactly Where These Veggies Came From.

How many of you take as much pride and joy as I do by feeding yourself and your family the finest and purest table fare you can?  As hunters this means lots of lean, wild meat.  Also, since most of you value your bodies as your greatest tool in the field then you want to also feed it clean, healthy, and nutritious fruits and vegetables too. Continue Reading…

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There is Just Something About Summer Nights and Frog Hunting.  (Photo Courtesy of stltoday.com)

Hopefully you all had a great 4th of July weekend celebrating the wonderfully free country we live in.  Despite all the rain we got where I live (it was much needed) I managed to have an exceptional weekend with my family and friends.  I wanted to highlight a portion of the weekend here on HuntingFit.com and perhaps encourage you to try something new or do something you haven’t done since you were a kid.  Continue Reading…

 

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Would You Be in This Group Picture?  (Photo Courtesy of wideopenspaces.com)

 

Are you the type that prefers the solitude the wild offers us or are you into the comradery and social aspect of hunting? From my perspective there are benefits and things to be gained from both.  I like a mix of both types of hunting depending on the situation. Continue Reading…

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Fitness and health begin at home, at a young age. Developing  a love and passion for all things outdoors is just one way to promote a lifelong love of being healthy. Being outside is a natural want and need for our youngsters. Here are 8 simple ways to instill in children a love for all things outdoors. Continue Reading…