Super Cub

Super Cub
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Super Cub

If you've been fortunate enough to hunt in remote wilderness, you know that getting there is half the adventure.  Some of our greatest public lands are difficult to access, but are always worth that effort. This shirt might represent either your success or a goal for your hunting bucket list.

Super Cub

Nebraska

Nebraska
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Nebraska

This design was the brainchild of our ambassador Michael, so the description is best left to him. "Growing up on the US HWY 281 corridor, which splits the state from north to south about 1/3 of the way across from the east, I have spent my time in two of Nebraska's distinct geological landscapes.  I like to paint the picture to folks as such: if you're jogging up 281 and step off the east shoulder, you'll get muddy shoes; if you step off the west side, you'll have sand in your toes. That being said, Nebraska is arguably known for two main panoramas - vast cornfields and vast sandhills." We hope this shirt represents your Hunt to Eat lifestyle whichever side of the state you're on.

Nebraska

Sheep Mountain

Sheep Mountain
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Sheep Mountain

We have teamed with Wild Sheep Foundation to bring you our first sheep specific design.  Hunt To Eat will donate 15% from each sale to Wild Sheep Foundation to support their ongoing work of conserving sheep habitat.

Sheep Mountain

Arizona Elk Flag

Arizona Elk Flag
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Arizona Elk Flag

From the lower Sonoran desert to the 12,633 tall Doko'o'osliid (Mt Humphreys) peak, Arizona is home to almost every single biome in the lower 48. In particular, it is known for huge bull elk with tough draw odds. The good thing is there are lots of other animals to hunt which make for a great Hunt To Eat meal. The state is also known for a few very interesting geologic formations. Most would know the Grand Canyon, but we take particular interest in the Mogollon Rim. It is the south-western terminus of the Colorado Plateau and a very interesting ecological border in the upper middle of the state.  

Arizona Elk Flag

Fresh Track Flag

Fresh Track Flag
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Fresh Track Flag

$24.95   $24.95
The first in our collaborative line with Randy Newberg, the Fresh Tracks Flag shirt was designed with our wild lands and wildlife in mind. Newberg's dedication to both are encapsulated in the "Public Land: Hunt Like You Own It" tagline. This shirt will be your go-to All American conservation conversation starter at summer BBQ's and fall hunting camps nationwide.

Fresh Track Flag

Elk Raptor

Elk Raptor
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Elk Raptor

When we leave remains of carcasses with lead bullets out in the field, other scavenging animals can suffer the consequences. Hunt To Eat is collaborating with the Non-Lead Partnership on the Elk Raptor tee to start conversations on how our ammunition choices feed our conservation goals.

Elk Raptor

Big Sky

Big Sky
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Big Sky

Montana is known as Big Sky Country. If you have ever walked The Crazy Mountains you understand that vast sea of blue that rises above them. We think the elk recognize the wonder of it and bugle up to the sky in its honor. 

Big Sky

Meal Deer

Meal Deer
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Meal Deer

Every season can be harvest season, but one our favorites is fall big game.  Any way you slice it, you can't go wrong with venison!

Meal Deer

Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect

Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect
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Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect

Taking cues from the Frank Church Wilderness this design gives a nod towards the ongoing stream access issues that Backcountry Hunters and Anglers have been fighting on our behalf. 15% of the profits of this design go back to BHA for the life of the design.

Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect

Morels Gather

Morels Gather
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Morels Gather

Spring is in the air and morels are peaking out amongst the understory. The first in our Gather line, this design is for those who add foraging to their list of Hunt To Eat.

Morels Gather

Super Cub
Nebraska
Sheep Mountain
Arizona Elk Flag
Fresh Track Flag
Elk Raptor
Big Sky
Meal Deer
Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect
Morels Gather

Super Cub

Super Cub
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Super Cub

If you've been fortunate enough to hunt in remote wilderness, you know that getting there is half the adventure.  Some of our greatest public lands are difficult to access, but are always worth that effort. This shirt might represent either your success or a goal for your hunting bucket list.

Super Cub

Nebraska

Nebraska
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Nebraska

This design was the brainchild of our ambassador Michael, so the description is best left to him. "Growing up on the US HWY 281 corridor, which splits the state from north to south about 1/3 of the way across from the east, I have spent my time in two of Nebraska's distinct geological landscapes.  I like to paint the picture to folks as such: if you're jogging up 281 and step off the east shoulder, you'll get muddy shoes; if you step off the west side, you'll have sand in your toes. That being said, Nebraska is arguably known for two main panoramas - vast cornfields and vast sandhills." We hope this shirt represents your Hunt to Eat lifestyle whichever side of the state you're on.

Nebraska

Sheep Mountain

Sheep Mountain
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Sheep Mountain

We have teamed with Wild Sheep Foundation to bring you our first sheep specific design.  Hunt To Eat will donate 15% from each sale to Wild Sheep Foundation to support their ongoing work of conserving sheep habitat.

Sheep Mountain

Arizona Elk Flag

Arizona Elk Flag
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Arizona Elk Flag

From the lower Sonoran desert to the 12,633 tall Doko'o'osliid (Mt Humphreys) peak, Arizona is home to almost every single biome in the lower 48. In particular, it is known for huge bull elk with tough draw odds. The good thing is there are lots of other animals to hunt which make for a great Hunt To Eat meal. The state is also known for a few very interesting geologic formations. Most would know the Grand Canyon, but we take particular interest in the Mogollon Rim. It is the south-western terminus of the Colorado Plateau and a very interesting ecological border in the upper middle of the state.  

Arizona Elk Flag

Fresh Track Flag

Fresh Track Flag
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Fresh Track Flag

$24.95   $24.95
The first in our collaborative line with Randy Newberg, the Fresh Tracks Flag shirt was designed with our wild lands and wildlife in mind. Newberg's dedication to both are encapsulated in the "Public Land: Hunt Like You Own It" tagline. This shirt will be your go-to All American conservation conversation starter at summer BBQ's and fall hunting camps nationwide.

Fresh Track Flag

Elk Raptor

Elk Raptor
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Elk Raptor

When we leave remains of carcasses with lead bullets out in the field, other scavenging animals can suffer the consequences. Hunt To Eat is collaborating with the Non-Lead Partnership on the Elk Raptor tee to start conversations on how our ammunition choices feed our conservation goals.

Elk Raptor

Big Sky

Big Sky
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Big Sky

Montana is known as Big Sky Country. If you have ever walked The Crazy Mountains you understand that vast sea of blue that rises above them. We think the elk recognize the wonder of it and bugle up to the sky in its honor. 

Big Sky

Meal Deer

Meal Deer
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Meal Deer

Every season can be harvest season, but one our favorites is fall big game.  Any way you slice it, you can't go wrong with venison!

Meal Deer

Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect

Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect
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Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect

Taking cues from the Frank Church Wilderness this design gives a nod towards the ongoing stream access issues that Backcountry Hunters and Anglers have been fighting on our behalf. 15% of the profits of this design go back to BHA for the life of the design.

Stream Access: Hunt. Fish. Protect

Morels Gather

Morels Gather
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Morels Gather

Spring is in the air and morels are peaking out amongst the understory. The first in our Gather line, this design is for those who add foraging to their list of Hunt To Eat.

Morels Gather

2018 Recipe Contest Cook-off!

If there's one thing we know the #HuntToEat community has mastered, it's how to cook the wild game, fish, and foraged food acquired in every season of the year. We received a truly amazing collection of recipes during our First Annual Recipe Contest. It was hard to narrow it down, but we are excited to present our finalists in a LIVE FEED judging event this coming Tuesday, July 24th at 5:30 PM MST.

Chef Spencer Milne of Field To Table Outdoors, will be preparing our 3 top recipes for our celebrity judges from Patagonia, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers and Benchmade. We will also be announcing prizes from our friends at Benchmade, FHF Gear, Patagonia, Stone Glacier, Vortex, and Yeti for the other outstanding recipes that made it into our top 10.

This is going to be a delicious event that you won't want to miss. We'll see you Tuesday night!

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