My name is Arthur Anderson, and I’ve been doing my part to live off the land for as long as I can remember.
My father didn’t have the greatest job growing up, and at times, hunting was a means of survival.
I can remember learning how to make jerky out of elk at eight years old, and appreciating the taste of a well-roasted duck after it was brought back fresh from the hunt.
Then my father took me with him, and from the moment I took down my first doe, I knew that it was someone I’d be doing for the rest of my life.
I ensure that every part of my hunt goes to good use in one way or another to make the most out of what God has given us.
Eventually, my younger brothers started coming with us on hunting trips.
Those trips went from being six hours in a single day, to three-day-long hunting trips roughing it in the wilderness. They were some of the best memories I’ve ever had as a child.
Today, I’m teaching my sons and daughter how to do the same, and making the most out of every single takedown.
I’m here to show you the very same practices, and give the best advice possible for beginner and seasoned hunters alike.
Whether it’s the right gear, technical information or hunting technique, I’ll be providing all the core info you need right here on Best Hunting Advice.