Friday Files – The Hunting Funk, Hunters Helping Hunters, A Job Well Done

Rocky Boots – A Job Well Done

It is so refreshing to encounter sincere customer service.  I have to give a big shout out to Rocky Boots.  I have had several pairs of Rocky’s over the years, and unfortunately my last pair busted at the seams just after the one year warranty period.  I sent Rocky a quick message to ask them if they had repair services and they got back with me very quickly.  They didn’t repair my boots, but they went above and beyond to make things right for me.  Most importantly of all, they were really sincere about making sure I continue to be a happy Rocky customer.  Thanks, Rocky!

Harnesses for HuntersHunters Helping Hunters

My buddy Will started a program late last year called “Harnesses for Hunters”. The goal is simple: promote hunter safety and get harnesses in the hands of hunters that need them. The program has received quite a bit of coverage and traction recently, and it is really starting to take off. As the coverage has increased, so have the requests for harnesses. Do you have a harness that you could donate to help a fellow hunter? Learn more…

What Kind of Hunter Are You?

“Three Types of Hunters and The Five Stages of a Sport Hunter” by Denny L Vasquez.  So, how about it?…What type of hunter are you?  Find out…

The Hunting Funk

All hunters find themselves in a rut from time to time.  We all hope that “rut” is the animal breeding type, and not the “Will this hunting thing ever go right?” type of rut.  Ian Nance has a great post about his hunting funk, and how he hopes to bounce back.  Check it out…

Hunting and the Huffington Post?

Am I really reading this in the HuffPo?…

The ‘hook and bullet’ crowd is important to contemporary conservation. Private hunting- and fishing-based organizations contribute to habitat preservation. Ducks Unlimited alone reports spending more than $80 million per year directly on US conservation. Hunters spend many times the amount of money of other elite outdoor sports, an estimated $23 billion in the last federal survey (2006). Revenues from hunting and fishing provide something like half the funding for wildlife conservation agencies throughout the United States.

Who would have thought?

The Author

Mark Huelsing is a regular guy with an irregular passion for bowhunting and the outdoors. Learn more about Sole Adventure or get in touch with Mark...

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