Maximize the wild within

What an exciting week it has been around camp. Over the long holiday weekend I a chance to take my first steps into the 2022 hunting season.

When I got to hit the goose field. Which was one of those sort of unplanned trip. But how it came together was such a cool story.

Since I got to hook up with a few long time members of this community. Who have had this interest in getting into the field but didn’t know where to start.

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Which it’s a tuff place for new hunter to find themselves. Fresh out of hunter’s education and not sure where to set their sights.

So long story short after following the show and being a part of community for sometime they felt like reaching out would be a great place to start.

So I said ya, but let me do you one better and I’ll take you out and hopefully put you on some geese. So we got together early that Monday at one of my go to spots. We got pretty lucky and enjoyed a memorable hunt.

It was a great way to officially open hunt camp and set up the conversation im going share with you today. Since as you know I’m using this season to really explore the mindful and growth moments hunting offers.

And one aspect I feel like I’m guilty of overlooking is the physical effects and how to improve that whole aspect. Which is why when I sent out the invite to today’s guest Zac who is the co-founder of Tru wild. I was so excited to have the opportunity to explore this subject with him.

For as informative as this conversation started out. I really truly enjoyed when Zac got to talking about the deeper rooted need for the outdoors.

So I really think your going get a lot of this conversation. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did. And when you get done listen head over to Tru wild and use promo code Michael20 while your there to save 10% on your supplemental needs.

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