Woah! It's been a year an a half and it's time to bring the blog back. My first post after such a long hiatus is a "brief" recap of everything we did in 2019 and my attempt at two new years resolutions.
I find I’m often met with people who are shocked by the fact that I hunt. Regardless if that is because of their own views on hunting and hunters, if it’s shocking that I, as a female, hunt and enjoy hunting, or if I just don’t have that stereotypical “hunter” look. This post discusses how I got into hunting and is a part of my series “Hatching a Huntress.”
Mid-season archery is when hunting really picked up for me. Read on to experience the highs and lows of public land hunting in Pisgah National Forest, half marathon, and coming back from injury!
It’s time for a new series! Read on to find out more about “Missing the Target.”
The end of the first archery season also marked the end of sitting in my stand I call High Expectations. Read on to hear about my hunt, what else was going on at the end of summer/early fall and what realizations I had about this hunting season!
2018 WNC whitetail season is now literally right around the corner. After my original location where I was going to hang a stand fell through, Tyler helped me find my early season stand location. Read on to find out how I decided on the spot I will hunt in the early season.