The hunting community has come together and created other social media platforms for those who love hunting, fishing and the great outdoors. It’s a place where hunters can celebrate the success of other hunters, can share stories and even share advice. It’s a positive environment in which you don’t have to face the negativity from people who don’t understand our lifestyle and don’t care to learn – the keyboard warriors who are brave enough to issue death threats from behind a computer screen but are insecure when they’re facing the real world. Those people are close minded individuals who would rather sit behind their computer desks and live vicariously through others and their adventures rather than go on one of their own.
Within these social media platforms for the outdoorsmen and women, you find support, tips and other great advice you have a hard time finding anywhere else. You don’t find hate and discouragement. There are also other awesome extras like daily devotionals and an animal activity index. You can check and see what the weather is doing in your favorite hunting spots as well. It’s also fun just to connect with other hunters from different walks of life. So, if you’re looking for a place to connect with other hunters online and get away from all the negativity and closed mindedness, know that there are various social media platforms that will work for you.
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About the writer:
Heather Reed is a Wyoming native, living just 30 minutes away from the best the Mountains can offer. She fell in love with hunting and the outdoor lifestyle at a young age, when she'd watch numerous family members bring back their harvested animals and share their animated hunting stories. While other kids wanted to play dolls or other games, Heather created hunting games and imagined shooting trophy animals. Now that she's grown, she still dreams of hunting these animals. If she's not hunting, or even thinking about it, she's out fishing, shooting or cheering on the Detroit Red Wings.