Mastering hunting is not an endpoint.
It's a journey.
And you can hit road bumps anywhere along the way.
It doesn't take a lot.
Three red flags (look out!)
- New to hunting.
- New destination.
- New piece of gear.
Without action on your side, anything new will draw on your capacity to think and act fast and effortlessly in the field.
Which might mean a missed opportunity.
Or worse, a wounded animal.
It doesn't have to be that way.
The efficient hunting framework
After almost 30 years of hunting on three continents, I've made enough mistakes to guide you.
And after 15 years of working with process optimization, I've created a framework to make hunting easier for you.
So you can deal with the three red flags.
The framework will help you in two ways:
- Become a more EFFECTIVE hunter.
- Become a more EFFICIENT hunter.
Effective: doing the right things.
Efficient: doing things with a minimum of wasted time, effort, and money.
The benefits apply to preparation, planning, optimization, and execution.
You can apply the concepts to a single hunt or a whole season.
Don't be the hunter with all the gear and no idea.
Don't get in your own way when hunting.
How to become more efficient
Here are the components that will make hunting become second nature.
- The framework
- The Standard Operating Procedures
Use the overall framework as a way to structure the way you learn and hunt.
Use the Standard Operating Procedures to detail exactly what you do and how you'll do it.