Josh Combs | Jackson Combs
Why we hunt?
Hunting is deeply ingrained in our family's heritage, passed down for four generations, and woven into the fabric of our existence. Whitetail hunting runs through our veins, shaping our upbringing and connecting us through shared experiences. The cherished memories of hunting alongside my father and son evoke a profound sense of bonding and family unity, as we immerse ourselves in nature, honing our skills, and fostering a deep appreciation for the great outdoors.
Why do we focus on Whitetail?
At the core of our lives lies the captivating pursuit of whitetail. We are driven by the thrill of the chase, the incomparable experiences it offers, and the unbreakable bond it forges among family members. Whitetail hunting has become an obsession, permeating our thoughts day and night, even shaping our vacations around this cherished activity. Our love for venison is a testament to our deep-rooted connection with the natural world and the satisfaction of self-sufficiency. It's not just a pastime; it's a way of life that defines and fulfills us in ways words cannot capture.
What tip do you have for a new photographer?
As you venture into the world of photographing your outdoor experiences, let your heart guide your lens. Capture what truly speaks to you, the moments you want to cherish and remember forever, the raw and organic beauty of nature, and the stories you wish to share with others. Stay authentic to your vision, for in doing so, your photographs will reflect the genuine essence of your outdoor journey and create a lasting impact on both yourself and those who glimpse your artistry.
What tip do you have for a new hunter?
In your pursuit as a new hunter, let your heart be your guide. Hunt for the sheer joy and passion it brings to your soul. Follow your instincts and immerse yourself in the experiences that resonate with you, building cherished memories that are uniquely yours. Embrace the authenticity of your journey and forge traditions that speak to your spirit. These moments are the threads that weave the fabric of your hunting story, and they will hold immense significance throughout your life. Embrace the adventure with an open mind and a keen spirit, as the beauty of this journey lies in its personal and profound connection to your true self.
- 1 ½ pounds ground venison
- 1 onion, chopped
- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup dried bread crumbs
- Salt and pepper to taste
- ⅓ cup ketchup
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- Cook at 350 degrees in a nonstick 9x5-inch loaf pan
- Cook one hour