Good morning everyone!! How is everybody doing today ?! If you’re anywhere near South Texas then you’re definitely feeling the heat but It’s a great time to hop in your truck or car and hit the island and jump into that nice cooling saltwater! Careful though, that sunburn will sneak up on ya!
It’s summer time, so get on the water and toss a line, or make a killer dent in our terrible hog population! Try going to the gun range and getting the taste of something new! Get outdoors and enjoy the lifestyle!
There’s a few guys that are ALL about the lifestyle and have an amazing panorama about it. Tactical? Yeah these folks are all about guns and ammo!!! From slaying trailer loads of hogs, to rippin lips in the water, they just can’t get enough! I got to talk to one of the guys because I wanted to know what TACHUNTFISH is all about.
So Whats the inspiration behind THF?
THF: “To us its not a brand, it’s a lifestyle that we live each and everyday. Whether it be gearing up and going to work not knowing what the day might bring or heading out to do some hunting or fishing in our off time. It’s a lifestyle that has been instilled in us for quite some time. The brand is just a representation of our lifestyle, to be honest.”
Have y’all always had a passion for the outdoors?
THF: “It’s funny, but we actually grew up about 3 miles from each other and we can tell you that where we grew up is isolated and there’s not much to do but to hunt and fish. It wasn’t a passion as kids because we didn’t quite understand the meaning of taking a life to preserve life. That would come later on in life with personal experiences. Being passionate also brings a lot of emotion. One would say when you look deep into the outdoors you can have a clearer view of your independent perspective on life. Honestly, we can’t say it’s therapeutic; although that’s generally what people would typically say about their escape and adventure into the outdoors. When we hunt and fish we are trying to get into the mindset of animals in attempt to understand the reasoning behind them being skittish and on high alert when you’re still a mile away, or when we’re after that specific trophy fish that won’t bite. It can be mind boggling.