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Want to improve your hunting, fishing and outdoor skills? Want to harvest your own wild game meats? Want tips to become more self-sufficient and less reliant on others to provide for you and your family? Want to ensure you still have the freedom to teach your kids and grandkids how to hunt and gather their own food?
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The whole world is talking social distancing like it’s a new thing. But social distancing for hunters is something we have been actively practicing for years. Forget 1.5m distance; when I head out bush, I prefer to keep at least 1.5kms between me and the nearest person. There’s no better feeling than being alone out there with nature, far away from the maddening crowds.
In this I Am Hunter podcast with professional hunter, Willem Gertenbach, we discuss the truth about hunting in South Africa and what it is really like, and why the western media has got it so wrong.
How many times have you thrown the fishing rods in the back of your car or truck only to find they’re all knotted and damaged by the time you get there. This simple storage solution uses PVC pipe and some cable ties to keep your fishing rods neat and tidy in the back of your car.
Technology and social media have definitely changed things for hunters and the outdoor industry – some things significantly and others not so much. Back in
Did you know that recreational hunting has done more to save critically endangered wildlife species than all other conservation activities combined? Recently, we looked at