Why we do, what we do!

The feeling of relief comes first for me, especially when I’ve taken away so much time from my family. The sacrifices made could never be tallied. Sometimes the thought creeps into my mind if it’s all worth it or not. Regardless, I’m here now, I’ve accomplished what I set out to do.

After I realize what just transpired I’m constantly saying to myself, “I can’t believe that just happened”, because reality is, it doesn’t happen very often.

An overwhelming sense of appreciation for the animal that God has allowed me to harvest is something that cannot be described. It is something that changes you.

Once that tag is wrapped around those antlers I can’t help but say, “Why do I deserve this? Why do I get to be the one sitting behind one of God’s most magnificent creations?”

Once he’s loaded up the real fun begins. For me, that’s what I’m after, the fellowship with family and friends after a successful hunt…those times are truly what drives me. Those times are what I remember.

With each passing season the chase becomes more and more enjoyable, simply because the actual harvest of the animal is secondary for me. The moments I spend with family and friends have now become the best part of this outdoor lifestyle.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m still a killer, I still have an unwavering passion for this, I’ve still got a drive that most people half my age don’t have, I’m still trying to kill the biggest buck in the woods. But, if it doesn’t happen I’m going to tip my hat to that buck and thank God for the opportunity. I refuse to admit defeat though…there’s always next season, and you better believe I’m already preparing.

Blessed…that’s the word for me. Blessed to wake up in the morning and be loved by a family I do not deserve. Blessed to have unselfish friends that continually go above and beyond to help me harvest the animals I do. Blessed to be able to chase a dream that I’ve had for as long as I can remember. Blessed to simply be alive to enjoy God’s wonderful creation. Blessed.

Thank you God for allowing me to pursue some of your most wonderful creations!

– Josh Martin, Founder – Sick For The Hunt

Why we do, what we do!

The feeling of relief comes first for me, especially when I’ve taken away so much time from my family. The sacrifices made could never be tallied. Sometimes the thought creeps into my mind if it’s all worth it or not. Regardless, I’m here now, I’ve accomplished what I set out to do.

After I realize what just transpired I’m constantly saying to myself, “I can’t believe that just happened”, because reality is, it doesn’t happen very often.

An overwhelming sense of appreciation for the animal that God has allowed me to harvest is something that cannot be described. It is something that changes you.

Once that tag is wrapped around those antlers I can’t help but say, “Why do I deserve this? Why do I get to be the one sitting behind one of God’s most magnificent creations?”

Once he’s loaded up the real fun begins. For me, that’s what I’m after, the fellowship with family and friends after a successful hunt…those times are truly what drives me. Those times are what I remember.

With each passing season the chase becomes more and more enjoyable, simply because the actual harvest of the animal is secondary for me. The moments I spend with family and friends have now become the best part of this outdoor lifestyle.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m still a killer, I still have an unwavering passion for this, I’ve still got a drive that most people half my age don’t have, I’m still trying to kill the biggest buck in the woods. But, if it doesn’t happen I’m going to tip my hat to that buck and thank God for the opportunity. I refuse to admit defeat though…there’s always next season, and you better believe I’m already preparing.

Blessed…that’s the word for me. Blessed to wake up in the morning and be loved by a family I do not deserve. Blessed to have unselfish friends that continually go above and beyond to help me harvest the animals I do. Blessed to be able to chase a dream that I’ve had for as long as I can remember. Blessed to simply be alive to enjoy God’s wonderful creation. Blessed.

Thank you God for allowing me to pursue some of your most wonderful creations!

– Josh Martin, Founder – Sick For The Hunt

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