As an experienced hunter, you are in a unique position to offer protégés a lifetime of knowledge of the field, firearms and more.
Every aspiring hunter dreams of a perfect first experience, and every mentor longs to create it. But before the perfect scenario can be created, a mentor needs to understand just exactly what kind of temperament his charge may possess. Here’s a look at four types of hunters: Is one of them your pupil?
Supporting the next generation of hunters is crucial to our sport. Along with taking a newbie into the field to show him the ropes, there are several other behind-the-scenes opportunities to get involved and lend your experience to this worthy cause.
We all can count the many blessings afforded by our lifestyle as hunters. Now, before Christmas fades, is the time to recognize that each of us can pass on these gifts to another. This year, give the gift of hunting.
Scouring the internet in search of hunting mentor programs can be a pain, so we’ve done the legwork for you. Here’s our list of mentor hunting programs, state by state, as well as some non-governmental organizations (NGOs) new hunters may find helpful before they go afield in pursuit of game.