Check out our friend The Thinking Woodsman and his podcast covering a issues and perspectives surrounding bowhunting, fishing, gear, second amendment, archery, hunting rights, home food processing, backpacking and all manner of outdoorsmanship. Join him as he has some fun and advances the interests of outdoorsmen.
- The Thinking Woodsman Show – Ninja Warriors, Fishin’ in the Dark with Girls (or not) & Firearm Dysfunctions 04/01/18
Jeremy from Fit to Hunt comes by the Select Archery Studio to visit with me on the April episode of The Thinking Woodsman Show. This month we talk about why it’s not wise to … The post The Thinking Woodsman Show – Ninja Warriors, Fishin’ in the Dark with Girls (or not) & Firearm Dysfunctions a …
- The Thinking Woodsman Show – Remembering My Dad a Year After His Passing 03/15/18
Admittedly, this is a different kind of show. In fact, “show” may not even be the right word for it. My Dad passed away March 16th, 2017 and I felt compelled to talk about … The post The Thinking Woodsman Show – Remembering My Dad a Year After His Passing appeared first on The Thinking Woodsman. …
- The Thinking Woodsman Show – Recorded Live at NWTF 2018 03/01/18
Over 61,000 turkey hunters and three days worth of the National Wild Turkey Federation’s 2018 convention, you better believe this is going to be a big show…so pace yourself. Take reasonable bites. Stop to … The post The Thinking Woodsman Show – Recorded Live at NWTF 2018 appeared first on The Thin …
- The Thinking Woodsman Show – Deep Thoughts From a Shallow Mind 02/01/18
The stream of conscience in the great outdoors…my stream. This month, no guests. No parody commercials. No sound bytes. Just my pure, relatively unadulterated thoughts on a range of subjects including: The butts at … The post The Thinking Woodsman Show – Deep Thoughts From a Shallow Mind appeared …
- Shootin’ The Breeze with Sarah Parker-Pauley, Director of the Missouri Department of Conservation 01/17/18
Considered by many to be the gold standard for state conservation agencies, the Missouri Department of Conservation is hard at work making progress for fish, forests, and wildlife on multiple fronts. Join in on … The post Shootin’ The Breeze with Sarah Parker-Pauley, Director of the Missouri Depar …
- The Thinking Woodsman Show – January 2018 12/28/17
Welcome to 2018 and with it…the conclusion of most deer seasons, but fear not! The January Thinking Woodsman Show is hooking you up! This month you’ll be treated to the actual audio of a … The post The Thinking Woodsman Show – January 2018 appeared first on The Thinking Woodsman.
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About the Thinking Woodsman
Does your uniform include a flannel shirt or fly fishing vest, or a bucket hat festooned with spinners and store bought flys? Mine doesn’t either.
Somehow though, the notion of a woodsman has been co-opted by popular culture to depict someone on either end of a contrived continuum. On one extreme is the sporting goods department mannequin and the other, a sketchier version of the Unibomber.
We can’t allow these misconceptions to persist.
The woodsman is an active participant in nature, and one who, in our society is most in tune with natural cycles. We cherish and revere the fish and game we pursue. Our souls are tethered to the ground we hunt. Our eyes recognize patterns lost on others. We are not a stereotype. We are simultaneously more ancient and more modern than any of our contemporaries can know. You just got on a health kick fueled by Whole Foods and their organic, free-range, no antibiotic meats? That’s great. I put an arrow through mine and processed it in my kitchen last week. Not bragging, but let’s not pretend that “clean” eating is some new invention.
At The Thinking Woodsman, we want to expose the true spirit of hunters, fishermen and other passionate “outdoorists” in an honest and winsome way. The “Confluence of Humor and Conscience”. We’re not better than others, we’ve just found better ways and want to share. We’re advocates. We’re thinkers and we try not to take ourselves too seriously. We have an intimate love for the outdoors and want more people to love it too.
If you want onboard, you’re in the right place. Join us as we influence and inform a conversation that’s been happening without us for too long.