Today I’m joined by my buddy Zach Ferenbaugh. We all know Zach as the passionate outdoorsman/whitetail hunter and ground tactician that has helped define The Hunting Public. I’ve learned a lot from watching and talking to Zach, the hunter. But his most important lesson he might share is how he’s managing being on the sidelines rehabbing a serious injury. Forced presence can provide fresh perspective. Zach (and The Hunting Public) are about the community, friends, and family. I think Zach said it best when he shared how this injury has help shape his perspective about hunting. He said “ I just miss being with my friends.” We sometimes forget what the important stuff is in the midst of the chase. Hope you all dig the conversation as much as I did – thanks for listening!
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WHAT TO EXPECT FROM PODCAST 333
- A westerner and living in elk country
- Meeting the locals
- Sitting on the sidelines
- A fresh perspective
- And Much More
SHOW NOTES AND LINKS:
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— Visit my local archery shop Bob and AJ’s Archery World