What is I Am Hunter?
I Am Hunter is all about the hunt.
Whether you’re new to hunting, have hunted for decades or even disagree with hunting, we want to change the conversation around hunting, help improve hunting and outdoor skills and help people see what a fantastic experience hunting truly is.
You could say we want to make hunting great again!
Feel free to have a look around. If you like what you see, we’d love you to become a member and start reaping the rewards of membership.
Find out how I Am Hunter is partnering with Sun Africa Safaris to fund the Sun Project. Learn about how as hunters we can help rural communities around the world.
In this I Am Hunter podcast with Liberal MP, Guy Barnett, we talk about the importance of hunting and fishing in Tasmania, and the opportunities for growth in the industry. We also do the political two-step with Guy on that contentious issue of bowhunting in Tasmania.
In this episode of I Am Hunter, Rod and his mate, Nath head to the Victorian Highlands to hunt sambar, and find time for a little fox hunt as well.
Spot and stalk hunting is an important element in ethical, fair chase hunting. Animals are perfectly adapted to their environment. They blend in and have much better senses that humans, which can make it a challenge getting in close. In this article, I want to show you how to spot and stalk hunt using a few simple techniques I use when I’m hunting wild game.
The most obvious way to field dress a goat for meat would be to gut it and then break it down into the cuts of meat, like we did for a kangaroo in this video.
Sometimes it doesn’t make sense to do that though and if you’re new to hunting, having to gut an animal can be messy and a little confronting – which is totally understandable.
Here is a method that we filmed while attending the Game Hunters Association of Australia Hunter Education course.
In 1977, Kenya banned trophy hunting and pinned its economic hopes on tourism, believing photographic tourism to be more sustainable in the long run than hunting tourism. Enter 2020 and a global pandemic that hasn’t just impacted the health of millions of people around the world; it has also decimated the tourism industry. Kenyan based conservation scientist Dennis Ombaki believes there should be a place for well regulated hunting to help Kenya rebuild and provide much-needed economic aid to Africa post Covid-19.
There are 3 main reasons why hunter education should be taught to children in schools. 1. Children learn a healthy respect for firearms that will help them as they get older. 2. Children learn where food comes from. 3. Children learn how to source food for themselves.
Tens of thousands of licensed Victorian deer hunters living in Stage 3 restriction areas will not be able to travel outside their local municipality to hunt or fish under strict new Coronavirus rules.