Top 5 Reasons the Grinch would be a Terrible Bowhunter – Gear Nation Blog



Top 5 reasons why the Grinch would be a terrible Bowhunter.

Stinky, Grumpy, Sloppy, and Mean Hearted all pretty accurately describe our favorite Green Who-ville Hum-bugger. These are all somewhat contrary to the stand out traits of what makes a bowhunter successful. If you are up for a few laughs and some bowhunting insight, check out the full blog at

1. He stinks. Bowhunters must be actively aware of their body odor. Hence many products on the market including carbon activated scent control clothing, body wash, and cover scents. A deer’s nose has 60 times more scent receptors than a human’s. As for the Grinch, he could use some personal hygiene lessons, scent blocker soap, and could lay off the onion eating.

2. His name means Grumpy: A Bowhunter is the ultimate optimist, there is just no other way. The time required to research, scout, practice, prepare, and sacrifice time away
from loved ones comes at a price….grump_large

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Follow me on Instagram @BowHuntCulture - I am Jonathan Fassnacht! I have been married to my amazing wife Ashley for 5 years and have two beautiful children, Reed and Lillian. I am an active duty Officer in the U.S. Coast Guard and originally from South Central Pennsylvania. I give credit and thanks to my Father who always ensured that my brother and I grew up with wholesome experiences in the outdoors both hunting and fishing. My roots as a child were lake and pond fishing for bass and bluegill, and small mouth bass fishing the Susquehanna River on summer nights while battling the emerging evening insect army. Those electric experiences of watching the sun setting and having a massive smallmouth bass attack my top water lure hooked me for life! My early field/woods adventures included dove hunting in September and white-tailed deer hunting in the beautiful Pennsylvania woods. Since then I’ve had the opportunity to travel a bit and have been able to hunt and/or fish in Alabama, Louisiana, South Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, and Montana and pray that list keeps growing! Oh I forgot, I caught a catfish in Argentina! My true passion is archery hunting whitetails and most recently chasing big urban bucks around the Wilmington, De suburbs. I take pride and find great enjoyment in introducing others to experience the joy that I do while experiencing God’s special gift of the great outdoors. I’m so happy to be a part of the MHAF team!
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