About Us

About the Site

Thank you for choosing to read huntingaid.com! Your viewership is very important to us and we hope to continue earning it by providing you quality content. We want to share our passion with the reader and help them to answer questions that get them in the right direction for enjoying this great hobby.

Why Hunting

Hunting is one of the oldest and most rewarding sports and rituals in all of human history. By pursuing and earning our game, we honor our genetic background as hunters and bring our minds and bodies closer to the mission which we were built to serve.

Today, so much of our food is commercialized and made in mass production facilities. People are removed from the food that they eat and its origins. Those of us who hunt know the pleasure, the excitement, the responsibility, and the gratefulness we feel when we successfully harvest an animal that will feed us.

Even when done for other reasons (such as trophy hunting or wildlife removal) hunting brings us in line with our primal essence. We want to support and encourage this practice.

About Me

My name is Amos Friesen. I grew up the way most small town kids did, learning to shoot from my family and going out on those great hunting trips on brisk fall mornings.

As an adult, I continue to honor the tradition of hunting that was passed down to me. For me it surpasses hobby and is a lifestyle. I have spent a lot of time trying things that worked and things that didn’t, and spent a fair amount of money on tools and equipment to help me. I want to share that experience and hope that others find it useful.

What We Do

At huntingaid.com, we aim to stay on top of our sport and lifestyle and help our readers stay connected to it. We’re here to help with educational content, equipment reviews, recommendations, and other great content that our readers find relevant.

If you look at the data, hunting is slipping away in the United States. The numbers of hunters continues to decline, especially among the younger generation who have grown up always eating meat from their local grocery store. It used to be that hunting practices were passed down through the family and around the campfire – sadly, it’s now the case that many people don’t get these opportunities.

We strive to always create accurate, educational, and helpful information to safeguard the practice of hunting and help hunters continue to practice safe, effective, and ethical hunting.

What Can We Do For You?

This website was built for us to share what we love doing, but the most important part of that is the people we share it with. Our goal is always to bring you value and help you with the questions you have.

Do you have something you want to share with us? Questions, comments, suggestions for new content? We would love to hear from you. Please find more information on our contact page.