Hunting

 

I truly believe it is our duty, as a society, to know exactly where our food comes from and how it gets to our plate. I came from a family that doesn’t hunt, it wasn’t like I had a lot of opportunity as a child to learn the ropes of harvesting my own food. As a teen, I began deep sea fishing. I would pick up charters from a local port once or twice month and bring home fresh fish to cook for my family. Soon after, I obtained my hunting license, so I could go bird hunting, mostly quail and dove. It wasn’t until just a few years ago that I picked up a bow. Almost immediately, my love for big game hunting exploded. I do all of my own butchering and I’m able to provide my family with a true “field to plate”experience. I currently live and breathe archery and bow hunting. There is nothing quite like the feeling of waking up before dawn, walking out onto the field with my bow in hand, watching the sun rise and not knowing what the day will bring me.

 

-Field Staff writer for Harvesting Nature where you can find wild game recipes.

-R &D Pro for First Lite Hunting Apparel