You Are A Hunter Be Proud

You Are A Hunter Be Proud

You Are A Hunter Be Proud

Be Proud of Your Harvest?

Greg C. Moriates

Greg C. Moriates

Owner of Train Hunt Eat

You are a Hunter
Be Proud

You are a hunter Be Proud!!  

Why am I saying this?  Well, since hunting season is right around the corner, you are starting to see pictures of these monster bucks with notations stating that this animal is on my “list” this year.  However, this type of mentality is what is creating an atmosphere of shame for the hunter that is looking to harvest an animal.  You start hearing the “oh you shot dose”?

You are a hunter be Proud.

You know what, hell yea I shot does and I am proud of it.  When we are in the woods, we are there to enjoy the experience.  If your goal is to harvest a deer, go, do the best you can to make an ethical shot and bring that venison home to your family.  Enjoy the gift that nature had provided you!

Train Hunt Eat

You are a Hunter
Be Proud

We all have our reason to hunt.  If you prefer to share them or not, is up to  you.  But I will say, that you need to be proud that you are a hunter.  We all look forward to hunting season, no matter what animal we are looking to bring to the dinner table.  We put the work in, we love the areas that we hunt, we love the people, we love nature, we love the fresh meat on the table.  Damn, nothing like a fresh, tender backstrap…right!

You are a hunter be proud. 

So why are we ashamed to post a picture of that awesome doe that we put in the work, took a perfect shot, and sent to the dinner table?  Well, I for one am not ashamed or any animal that I harvest.  Buck, Doe, Jake, Tom, Pheasant, Boar, Cow, etc, etc, etc.  I am proud of the work that I put in, the time that I put in and the energy that I put in to take that animal from the field on to my plate. 

Be Proud

YOU ARE A HUNTER…BE PROUD

Dont get me wrong, there is not a doubt in my mind that when I go out in to the woods, that I am not looking to put that 180+ class buck on my wall.  Of course I am looking for that awesome buck or what I call an animal for my wall. Of course I am.  However, if the opportunity presents itself and I have a nice mature doe presenting me with a perfect, ethical shot, and I have a doe tag, I am going to take it!  I am going to take the shot, dress that animal and get that doe in my freezer.  

 

You are a hunter be proud. 

 

I don’t judge other hunters on their harvest and nor should you or any hunter.  We are all hunters and we are in the woods for our own reasons.  As a matter of fact, at Train Hunt Eat, we posted a question about why you love to hunt.  There were tons of reasons.  Almost none were to kill an animal.  As a matter of fact, most were about being in the woods and enjoying what nature intended us to enjoy.

 

So, stop worrying about the animal in which you post on facebook or instagram.  Be proud, you are a hunter.  Be proud of your harvest, your hard work, your time in the woods, the meat on your table.  

 

You are a hunter be proud.  I am as excited as bringing a doe home as I am a buck. 

 

Be Proud
You are a Hunter

As stated above, we all have our reasons and our own internal gauge to the animal that we would like to take home and put on our table if the opportunity presents itself.  For me, personally, I will not shoot a spike or a four point or maybe even a adolescent 6-point, maybe I will!  But I will take a mature Doe or Buck without even questioning my decision.  I will never judge your for taking that spike, 4-point, a doe.  I will never judge you because I believe that every animal that we take from nature is a TROPHY.

I look forward to seeing everyone harvests, everyone trophy, everyones field to table meals.  Make sure you share them, with us as we are just as proud of your harvest as you are of yours.

Keep hunting and be proud that you are a hunter.

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