The Harsh Reality for EVERY BOWHUNTER

Show Notes

It's that time of year when all the stars begin to align, the weather is cooling down, and it's finally go-time.  You've waited all year long for this, and you're going to do everything in your power to spend the maximum amount of time in the field.  How many times do you tell yourself that this task or event can wait until after hunting season?  It's so easy to get caught up in the mindset that hunting season is priority because there is only a fixed amount of time you're able to hunt each calendar year.  

This week on the Pennsylvania Woodsman, Mitch dives into some personal dilemmas he is having balancing his everyday life and the desire to hunt hunt hunt!  The conversation is more open ended and philosophical then direct.  He shares with us his learning curve being a father and husband while also trying to chase his passion in the whitetail woods.  Mitch is open with everyone about how he really struggles keeping his priorities focused during the hunting season and not allowing himself to put his family and loved ones behind hunting.  Time management can be difficult in life, especially when you have other responsibilities that force you from doing the things you want to do.  Even though hunting has so many positive attributes, the harsh reality is it can become a selfish endeavor with ugly consequences if you're not careful.  If this is something you battle, hopefully this episode lets you know that you're not alone!  Good luck to everyone this fall!