Eat My Meat – A Beginners Field Dressing Guide For Small Game by Pat Gatz
How to start field dressing like a pro in no time — even if you’re a complete beginner
Hunting has always been an essential skill for our survival.
But somewhere along the way, we became less in touch with the ancient practices of our species, and this essential skill has been outsourced to only a select few.
This surely has its advantages, but it also comes with many unnecessary problems that affect you and your family.
Unfortunately, you are no longer in control of the kind of meat you eat, and you definitely can’t be sure of its quality.
And it’s for this exact reason that so many people are waking up and realizing the value of more traditional ways of sourcing their food.
If this sounds like you, and if you’re a person who loves the great outdoors and has a growing interest in hunting, then you’ve come to the right place.
With the right tools and step-by-step guidance, you can discover all there is to know about small game and uncover the right ways to field dress, skin, butcher, and preserve your hunt for safe consumption.
Besides it being an opportunity to discover the great wonders of the natural world and its fantastic wildlife, hunting is also a great way to improve a number of virtues such as patience, confidence, responsibility, and emotional control.
Most importantly, you will gain a true sense of self-respect, respect for everything around you, and for your role in nature.
In Eat My Meat, renowned hunter and Native Indian Pat Gatz takes you on an incredible journey through the hunting world, providing you with a unique training experience that will have you field dressing like a pro in no time.
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Born in Northern Ontario, where the most isolated, dense forests and thick marshes run for miles until the eye can’t see, Pat Gatz is a master hunter and trapper. He is from the Eagle Village First Nation – Kipawa Indian Reserve, also known as Kebaowek, a First Nations reserve in Abitibi-T’emiscamingue, Quebec.
Pat started hunting when he was just three years old and has been hunting for over twenty years now. For him, hunting is a way to connect to wonderful, peaceful, and beautiful mother nature and a key for true happiness.
Pat sees hunting as a wonderful and magnificent hobby/sport/profession that all humans should learn how to appreciate. Through his books and guides, he wants to share his extensive knowledge and experience with other people and slowly ease them into the hunting world.
When he is not hunting or writing hunting guides, Pat works as a full-time municipal firefighter.