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I started bowhunting 25 years ago when I was 14 years old. I enjoy hunting for whitetail deer and turkey. In Ohio where I live, it is common practice to start off bowhunting with a crossbow. My first crossbow was a Barnett Wildcat. A lot has changed in the past 25 years since I started
My hunting career began at a very young age, hunting the farms, woods, and marshes of South Jersey. My father, uncles, and grandfather introduced me to the joys of hunting while installing in me a healthy respect for the animals and land. We hunted small game and waterfowl usually with our hounds and retrievers. As
I am a 47 year old full-time Executive Director at a local hospital. I am married to a wonderful woman which allows me to spend many days a year in the woods hassle free. I have 5 children and already have instilled my passion for hunting in them as well. I was born and raised
Hello My name is Kimberly Edwards. I’m the mother of two beautiful girls and an avid hunter. I must say I’m from the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. I’ve been hunting since I married my husband Terry, before that I never even picked up a weapon of any kind. Now after being married for
I started small game hunting with my farther at the age of 6 and even at that age I had a huge draw to deer hunting. Due to the interest I had in bow hunting my father took it up and began taking me with him, and soon had me hunting on my own. That
I grew up in a non hunting family with little knowledge about it. However, shortly after meeting my now husband and seeing his passion for it, I wanted to see for myself what it was about. When I experienced my first doe harvest and learning that hunting is MUCH more than just taking the life