PSE’s Jared Bloomgren – Share Bowhunting with your Family and Friends
By Jared “J-Rod” Bloomgren
I share bowhunting with my family and friends in many different ways. To this day I still bowhunt with my older brothers every chance I get. My biggest bull elk to date was shared with one of my brothers and another memory that will never be forgotten. My other brother and I go on bowhunting trips together when we can. He has four children who also love the thrill they get while hunting. My best friend and I venture out on backcountry trips often looking for the elusive trophy bucks and bulls we all seek. Every one of these adventures with friends and family is cherished beyond recognition and brings us closer.
Most importantly, I share my hunting with my wife and children. My wife is a very good shot and I have enjoyed watching her shoot numerous deer and it makes me flood with emotions of happiness every time she goes out with me. This last spring turkey season my 2 year old daughter went hunting with me for the first time and each time we went out it was purely magical and amazing. I know my son will do the same. The feeling of being a father is unlike anything else in this world. I now know what my Dad meant when he would say these things. Thank you Dad!
Bowhunting is such a part of me, being able to share it with my family and friends make it even better than can be explained or imagined!
Jared “J-Rod” Bloomgren is a hardcore Do-It-Yourself bowhunter who strives to better himself each year in the outdoor community. As a professional hunter, freelance writer and photographer, he likes to relive his outdoor adventures through written expression and photography making the reader feel as if they were along on the hunt. He attributes much of his success to the vital education he has learned from the various big game animals that he hunts. He is quoted as saying, “In each and every hunt, success or defeat, I learn something from every outing and that I can put in my arsenal of knowledge to use at a later date, a later date that will again put my wits against that of my prey.”