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Has Social Media Ruined Hunting?

Has Social Media Ruined Hunting?

Editor/Contributor: Joshua Garcia Let me preface this by saying that I am thrilled when I see ANYONE get a successful hunt. I’m also thrilled to just see people out hunting, regardless if they are successful or not. Contrary to popular belief, the hunting community is pretty small. According to a report taken in 2011 by The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,13.7 million people, 6% of the U.S. population 16 years old and older, went hunting. That’s an extremely small percentage,…

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What Does Fitness Have to do with Hunting?

What Does Fitness Have to do with Hunting?

Editor/Contributor: Joshua Garcia I follow a bunch of hunters and the main theme that I come across with the majority of them is that they work hard to stay in shape. There’s all different kinds of hunting; backcountry, high fence, guided, in a blind, spot and stalk, etc. Regardless of how you may personally feel about any of the above ways to hunt, they are all legit. So what is required to be prepared for a hunt? In all of…

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Who Cares What Tool You Hunt With – Just Get Out and Hunt!

Who Cares What Tool You Hunt With – Just Get Out and Hunt!

Editor/Contributor: Joshua Garcia I love hunting, even though I am unable to get out and do it as often as I would like. I hunt with a rifle and compound bow, depending on the season/animal/circumstance. I hope to get into hunting with a shotgun, but I’ll be honest, I have not spent enough time with a shotgun to get any good at it. Yet. A new trend has appeared where hunters are shaming other hunters for the type of tool…

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