Follow The Experience around the globe from Africa to Alaska and everywhere in between. Our goal is to capture what we feel is the true meaning of hunting. In the day where many people think that hunting is nothing but a blood sport we want to show you that couldn’t be any father from the truth. No one cares more the animals of the planet or about conservation of habitat than hunters. Whether people realize it or not hunters, shooters, and outdoors men and women are the reason many species still exist to this day and many, many more are thriving.
Hunters contribute billions of dollars a year for this effort. Yes there are animals that are taken, but it is not without reason or purpose. In our opinion you cannot judge the success of a hunt by the animal or the size of animal you have taken. We have been on hunts where yes we got the animal we came for but the overall experience was lacking to say the least, so was it an overall success? Something we all have to ask ourselves as hunters. How do I measure the success of a hunt? Then on the other hand we have been on hunts where we didn’t even get an opportunity at the animal we were perusing, but the hunt was nothing short of amazing. Many of our hunts have been absolutely mentally and physically brutal but looking back we wouldn’t trade that experience for the world. The bond between hunters is like no other when you give a hunt absolutely everything you have and you do it together, that is what it is about. It is a push pull relationship because everyone goes through highs and lows on a hunt and you get each other through the low times.
Sharing in the highs, lows, tears, and joy and the bond create is so much more fulfilling than just the taking of an animal. Those friendships will definitely withstand the test of time. We have traveled all over the world hunting and the friendships made are far more valuable the taking of an animal could ever be. Also we cannot ever forget about our families or loved ones that sacrifice so much for us to be able to pursue our dreams. They are owed a great deal of gratitude and appreciation for being there for us, keeping things running at home and their never ending support. All of these aspects are a part of The Experience.
We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we did making it. We would love to hear your stories so please share and who knows we may contact you and film an episode of The Experience with you. Please keep sharing your experiences with your children and start them young because they are truly the future of our sport and continued conservation depends on them. Hunt hard, hunt safe, and pass on the Tradition!