AB3, Host of The Bryant Land Show, talks with New Mexico hunter Jordan Harvin. Jordan Harvin talks about hunting out west, specifically New Mexico, bow hunting, and how yoga is a tool that Jordan uses to be a better hunter.
AB3 introduces Jordan Harvin and the changes in sports since coronavirus.
Jordan talks about going shed hunting and serving in the Air Force.
How did Jordan Harvin get started hunting in New Mexico?
New Mexico has a lot of flat plains and mountains.
How did Jordan end up becoming a bowhunter?
Jordan talks about hunting with his wife whom he knew since the 5th grade.
Jordan’s friend Will wanted to get him into archery.
How does Jordan see turkey hunting and elk hunting being similar?
Is he good at elk hunting?
What types of bows are Jordan and his wife hunting with?
All of Jordan’s wife’s hunts in 2019 were bow hunts.
The best part of bow hunting is being able to pursue at close range.
What is it like in New Mexico hunting on private land?
Jordan talks about the elk hunting process he and his wife have had.
Have they harvested during elk season?
Jordan is looking to invest in decoys.
Is there small game hunting that Jordan is looking to do.
What are the benefits of hunting with a guide?
3 Key Points:
Jordan Harvin said he had never been injured before until I was on a vegan diet. This pushed him to get into hunting to acquire his own organic meat.
AB3 says the two things that kill animals, especially male animals, are curiosity and chasing females.
Jordan takes his boots off to add an extra layer of quietness while hunting.
“It has really been a peace for me to be able to get into hunting in New Mexico because, like you said, there are so many species here. But also, there is so much public land here, so anybody can do it.” – Jordan Harvin
“You think ‘plant-based’ you automatically start to think ‘health.’ But, a lot of these things go through different processes as well and they have their own processing just like some of this meat is processed.” – Jordan Harvin
“When it comes to the bow, I can shoot that 100 times in a day and there is no real wear and tear on the bow. I might lose an arrow or something like that. But it isn’t as expensive as buying ammo.” – Jordan Harvin
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