How many of these are you thankful for this holiday season?
Right to Bear Arms: Protecting yourself, your land, your family and others is incredibly important and part of the foundation that build this country. Social policies are changing but our second amendment right is nothing to compromise on.
Public Land and Water: There is an abundance of public land and water out there that people have no idea exist! I hear so many people complain about not being able to go out because they don’t know where to go. Powderhook has a map with all the public land data you need. Check it out here: powderhook.com/map
Coffee: I think everyone can agree on this one.
Freedom to Provide for Yourself and Family: Just like people can grow their own gardens, sportsmen are able to harvest their own meat. Sportsmen harvest the most organic meat you can find and some of the best tasting!
Experiences: Think of all the great experiences you have had through being a sportsman. Good ones, bad ones, they all have made you the person you are today and no one can take that away from you.
Nature and It’s Beauty: We spend hours submerged in nature’s most magnificent places trying to blend in and become one with the land. Without the preservation of nature we wouldn’t be able to do what we love.
Hunter/Gatherer Ancestors: In your family tree there have been a strong line of hunters, or else you wouldn’t be here. Back then there were no sportsmen, just people trying to survive. Luckily, in today’s society, a handful of us have honed in on these ancestral instincts and continue the tradition.
Family and Friends: If you’re a sportsman, you can probably thank a family member or friend that got you hooked. They have opened your world to the great outdoors and mentored you to becoming the sportsman you are. Now it is your turn to teach and introduce the tradition to others to insure the future of other sportsmen.
Happy Holidays everyone!