Hunting is a normal and important part of being a human. Historically, if you didn’t hunt; you didn’t eat. Today, with the advent of corporate agriculture, we no longer spend our days outdoors tracking down game, we simply take a trip to a grocery store. This shift away from outdoor hunting to couch-surfing has destroyed our physical and mental well-being. But we can get back to our roots by developing a lifelong passion of pursuing wild game and guiding others on the adventure. There are a few reasons why this makes sense:
- First, wild game is one of the greatest sources of protein on this earth. You were born to eat it. Were you born to eat genetically engineered beef? A wild and free food source, away from industrial farming, is where it’s at!
- Second, our sedentary lifestyles can make us lethargic and overweight. Hunting enhances your physical fitness and overall vitality.
- Third, overcoming challenges in the wilderness builds confidence and problem-solving skills. These elements have positive spillover effects in our everyday lives.
- Fourth, hunting satisfies a primal instinct. There is no replacement in life for pursuing, harvesting, and processing wild game.