If you don’t think you need to shoot on your homestead, you are wrong. A gun is needed when humanely dispatching an animal, protecting your flock from predation, and for hunting or removing animals eating your crops. The point is, Homesteading requires the ability to calmly shoot a gun (or bow). Eight years ago I […]
Learning to Hunt Alone is Hard Take the Wild Harvest Course! In this episode of Homesteady, we discussed learning to hunt, and how many mistakes one can make when learning without a mentor. Aust learned to hunt by trial and error for his first few years, spooking many a deer his first year. After still hunting […]
Check out this episode! In this episode, we hear the story of Korby Taylor and his nine-year-old son, Hudson, as they set out to hunt wild turkey. Hudson, at nine an already experienced wild turkey hunter, has set his sites on a “Tom”, or fully grown male wild turkey. Kolby and Hudson’s adventure unfolds […]
Check out this episode! A father who comes from a long line of hunters takes his daughter on a elk hunt. The spend the day following a set of tracks, calling, and chasing a good size bull elk. When he finaly steps out into the clearing, its all in Abbey’s hands to […]
You started hunting to save money on meat. But with the 400 FPS compound bow to purchase, with composite carbon and space age alloy arrows, tipped with heat seeking broadheads, suddenly the savings on meat begins to lessen. Here are a few places to cut back on the latest hunting fad gear, so you can […]
Getting a new hunting property is always exciting. But trying to figure out where to hunt on that property can be a challenge. There are three things you need to look for when choosing your spot to hunt. Watch to learn!