My name is Roscoe and I would like to welcome you to greenhornhunting.com. Greenhorn Hunting has two important goals. The first part is to introduce the non-hunter to the world of hunting and give them the resources they need to learn to be a hunter. The second goal is to help hunters learn how to become successful in the field, while hunting safely and developing ethical behavior.
My team of avid sportsmen and I are normal guys and gals just like you. We are not professional hunters, just passionate sportsmen. Our years of hunting experience has taught us many tricks and tactics, and these skills will help you become a better hunter. We will work together to educate and inform you, in our quest to strengthen the sport of hunting.
Are you one of the millions of people that have never been hunting simply because no one took the time to teach you?
Are you wanting to go on your first hunt, but not sure where to start?
Are you interested in learning more about hunting different animals and would you like some specific instructions and advice?
Would you like someone to teach you strategic hunting techniques, gun safety and basic survival?
Would you like to ask simple hunting questions and be treated with respect and get good sound information?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you’re in the right place.
The Greenhorn Hunting guides and I will share with you many years of experience in the field. This will allow you to reap the benefits of our knowledge, without putting in the hours of hard work that we did, and learn quickly the skills to harvest big game and small game animals.
Our mission is simply to educate, inform and produce knowledgeable, ethical hunters in our quest to promote and grow the sport of hunting.
If we sound like the type of hunting partners you are looking for, then join us and enjoy the content. If you need help with something specific, go to the Contact Us page and ask your questions. We look forward to building relationships with hunters across North America and welcome all who want to learn more.
Enjoy the outdoors today and we look forward to seeing you on the trail.