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  1. What really matters to me? That’s what I have been thinking about for the past few months. What really matters to me, isn’t exactly what matters for you, so <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/divorce-time-change/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
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    Hunting for who?

    I am being brutally honest, which isn’t always easy or popular. I have talked about it before, but jealousy sometimes comes out inside of me when I see some posting images, videos <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/hunting-for-who/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
  3. I have kept my opinions to myself for the past 2 years while filming the #HuntForMore Series, because I wanted to actually show people that I use & hunt more than Continue Reading → View the full article
  4. It’s been over a month since I wrote or posted anything here at ORGhunt.com, which is inexcusable. I have been caught up with the businesses of life, which is just <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/changing-gears/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
  5. This was a very rewarding, fun & hard lion hunt. Calling a lion is something some do, but often because they are just calling for any animals & not strategically <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/mountain-lion-calling-episode-17/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
  6. Archery mule deer hunting is probably one of the most difficult hunts to consistently be successful on. Lots of factors come into play like, rut timing, habitat, deer density, Continue Reading → View the full article
  7. The question many ask themselves, especially if you are going to hunt out-of-state? All of us are different, from the use of our time, budgets, goals, life obstacles & skill levels. <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/do-you-need-a-guide/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
  8. When I filmed this I was pretty excited to be headed home after a long November, but also disappointed in my performance to get my last elk client on the Continue Reading → View the full article
  9. As I sit here & think about the future of hunting, I am not going to lie to myself, it’s very bleak. We have in house issues such as <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/am-i-entitled-to-hunt/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
  10. Ian has hunted with me & our group several times, but mainly on guided predator hunts. He is one of those guys who just listens, applies & grows at <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/first-elk-watch-me-episode-13/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
  11. This is a follow up to my last post Admitting Your Mistakes. I get pretty dang excited when me, my family or our outfitting businesses do well on a hunt. Continue Reading → View the full article
  12. Technology, information & communication are going to make everything more transparent. I am so thankful for the world we live in today, because I don’t mind admitting my mistakes, <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/admitting-your-mistakes/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article
  13. Archery Elk Hunting with a real ending. View the full article
  14. It’s already almost 2016 & I haven’t uploaded any of the NEW Season 2 episodes of #HuntForMore. Being honest, I just haven’t had the time to edit them and get Continue Reading → View the full article
  15. When we hunt public land we all are competing against nature, but we are also competing against our fellow hunter. Yeah, you and me, we compete when we both have <a class="more-link" href="http://orghunt.com/are-they-looking-listening-to-you-as-a-tactic/">Continue Reading →</a> View the full article