Learning to Hunt Alone is Hard
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 for the good part of the morning, Aust sat down for lunch, making a rookie move of sitting on his but, when suddenly a big buck arrived, catching him unprepared and off guard.
Lessons learned the hard way finally brought Aust to a point where now he harvests multiple deer each year, filling his freezers.
Venison is awesome
Deer hunting is challenging, but the rewards are great. Venison is a flavor filled meat, with a wide range of uses.
One deer can provide a hunter with
And when prepared right, venison can pass even the most anti hunters palate.
Homesteady is preparing to launch the Wild Harvest Whitetail Deer Course. If you want to learn to hunt deer, this is the course for you!
This course will teach the beginning hunter all the essential knowledge needed for a new hunter to prepare for, and succeed in his first year of hunting.
The course will cover:
- Introduction to Whitetails and Hunting
- Hunting and Treestand Safety
- Equipment – What do you really need to kill a deer?
- Practice to Succeed
- Land Acquisition- Tricks for gaining access to private land for hunting
- Scouting and Strategy
- Tracking and Recovery
- Field Dressing, Butchering, and Preserving the Harvest
- Cooking Delicious Meals
This class will be a series of live webinar, with a Q and A at the end of each session.
Our goal is to be able to answer all of the questions you might have, so to make this possible, there will be limited availability.
The first day the course goes for sale there will be a early bird discount.
Sign up for the warning email list so that you can get first shot at the class and early bird discount before it sells out!