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How to Inspire First Time Hunters and Anglers

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    I have learned so much from being outdoors on my hunting & fishing adventures that have nothing to do with the harvest or the catch.⁠

    Being outdoors has taught me patience; you cannot rush nature. I have struggled with this; however, learning to be patient and persistent while waiting for the right moment allows me to achieve more successful end goals.⁠

    Being outdoors has taught me a great deal about trust and faith. Trusting myself, my instincts, my knowledge, and other people. Pushing my limits during hunting and fishing adventures has taught me to believe in myself.⁠

    Being outdoors has shown me grace. It is forgiving and non-judgmental. It is an environment where you can just be yourself and grow at your own pace.⁠

    Being outdoors has taught me to stay focused, follow the course and go the distance. I have spent many days waiting for my target animal, and have learnt not to give up, even when things don't go as planned. Instead, I refocus, settle down, breath, and carry on.⁠

    Being outdoors has taught me strength. There are days I must dig deep to finish even when I'm cold, scared, and tired. It is in those moments that I find my real strength.⁠

    Being outdoors has taught me respect for nature and myself. When I genuinely listen while being outdoors, there is much to learn. ⁠

    Respecting what the outdoors wants to teach me, is a gift like no other. ⁠

    What has the outdoors taught you?⁠


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