Raised Hunting has been a dream being lived out for years. My wife, Karin, and myself have spent the majority of our lives outdoors. When we had our two boys, Warren and Easton, we wanted to make sure they grew up in the outdoors as well. With Raised Hunting we get the opportunities to raise our boys through hunting and teach them many of the most important life lessons within something we all love and can do together. Hunting as a family is something we all hold near and dear to our heart, but as my boys grow up, they are living their lives just as Karin and I did. Our goal is to relate to all the other hunters, new hunters, and families living just like us to shed positive light on hunting and the outdoors. All while spreading our love for hunting, knowledge, and making sure the importance of conservation is handed down to the next generation. Here at Raised Hunting we like to say, God Speed, God Bless, and Welcome to the Raised Hunting Family!
Through a successful Wyoming elk hunt a father realizes just how well he has passed on his passion to his son.
An Iowa whitetail hunt showcases a 30 year friendship with one unique individual.
A group of friends take on the Wyoming summer in pursuit of antelope. Some are rewarded for their efforts while others are rewarded even more.
History can mean a lot of things to a lot of people, but this Iowa archery season it took on a whole new meaning for David.
David recognizes a hard lesson in never put off until tomorrow what you could be doing today.
Nothing like getting back to your roots. David takes a look at where it all began while trying to win the Squirrel Master Classic.
Karin is on a quest to close the deal on an Iowa whitetail named after her. See if she can seal the deal.
While on a New Mexico elk hunt David explains why every hunter owes it to themselves to hear at least one bull bugle in their lifetime.
An Iowa whitetail season requires the Holders to employ some out of the box techniques to get some out of this world results.
See how David overcomes the odds of failing, to succeed on a rare New Mexico oryx hunt.
Follow along as David takes us through an Iowa archery season, explaining why hunters do what they do.
Watch as the Holder's release the humorous side of Raised Hunting. If you can't laugh at yourself, who can you laugh at? Someone else...
Join the Holder family as they take a look at an entire hunting season and how hunting mimics life.