It is no surprise that hunting, particularly bowhunting, requires skill, patience, luck, and time. Most of today’s youth are accustomed to video games, their cell phones, and uninterrupted access to the internet. Hunting doesn’t provide that instant gratification they are used to. When a young man or woman expresses an interest in the outdoors they are venturing into an unfamiliar world outside of their social media accounts, Call of Duty Campaigns, and movies. They should be welcomed with nothing but positivity and encouragement.
I was there once. Nobody in my family hunted, and I really wanted to get into it. I ended up scouring hunting magazines and learning a bit from online forums but most of what I learned was based on trial and error in the woods.
These are 5 tips I wish I knew when first getting started.
“I couldn’t have shot this buck without the use of **insert hunting product here that
was likely never used** and ** second not used hunting product**.” “If I had shot this
deer with anything other than **insert broadhead here** I never would have found it.”
Becoming a National TV production is time and money. Lots of it. To make money many sponsors need to be brought on. Now I am not saying that Michigan Whitetail Pursuit doesn’t have sponsors. We do. But we really try to steer clear of forced, over the top, product placement. We also try to showcase local Michigan outdoor businesses. Nearly all of our sponsors are Michigan businesses.