One thing I believe this community, the hunting community, lacks is unity. Us hunters as a whole are a very small portion of the population and to be divided just hurts us even more. Something I have noticed over the years are hunters hating on OTHER HUNTERS?! What isRead More
First annual KJ Supplies for Success is in the books! It was a great outcome and I can’t thank everyone enough who helped- from the donations, to the shares, to the prayers and the words of encouragement... everything is so much appreciated. I couldn’tRead More
No one is perfect. I have had my fair share of disappointments in the field. I don’t just get mad at myself. Truth is, I get pissed at myself! Even doubting my shooting skills afterwards. I even find myself at the range building my confidence back up. One time, I was hunting….Read More
I had the honor of speaking at a Turning Point USA event in Dallas on June 15 & 16, 2018. For those of you that aren’t familiar with this organization it is an American conservative, right-wing non profit organization whose stated mission isRead More
When you reach a certain point in your life, you realize that you can never learn
too much about the outdoors. I have one person in particular to thank for always
reminding me that.
My dad was the one who introduced me to the sport of hunting, and the way he
went about it gave me a crash course, to say the least. It put me on a path that
few get to take when they talk about their inaugural hunt.
I have been very fortunate to be able to travel and hunt the animals I have harvested. I started hunting at the age of 13 in South Africa. I have hunted and harvested the most Dangerous Game in the world. Since then, I have continued to hunt all over, but I have really wanted to expand my hunting adventures here in North America. Of course, I have hunted the common whitetail, spring turkey, hogs, and other Texas Varmints, but I do have a list of dream animals that I would be so grateful to harvest in my lifetime.Read More
As most of you know my dad passed away in January of 2016. My dad is the one who introduced me to the outdoors, and raised me to be the outdoors woman I am today. In honor of his birthday I thought I would share a pretty cool story.Read More
It never fails that every time I get into the deer blind/stand I always seem to forget something. I have my “must have’s” and “things I like to have”. Read here to see what I take in my pack!Read More
Something a lot of people ask me - mainly men and dads- is… “How do I get my daughter/wife/kids into hunting?” To be honest, there is no simple answer. Everyone is different and for some people, it’s just not their thing. What I do think a lot of people would enjoy is just being outside, and in the outdoors in general. Anything from hiking, to kayaking, to boating, to camping, to just being out in nature. It is said that 15 minutes outdoors getting Vitamin D from the sun is essential to happiness and mental well-being. I encourage everyone to give it a shot and see where it leads them.Read More
How I Was Introduced To Hunting
So, another common question I get asked by many people is, “How did you get involved with hunting/the outdoors/the industry/etc.?” Point blank answer is “My dad.” Without my dad, I would have never experienced the glorious outdoors! But to go more in depth of what started it all….Read More
Hi Y’all! I’m Kendall Jones.
I just wanted to introduce myself before y’all get to reading on my blog.
I was born and raised in the small town of Cleburne, Texas. I graduated from Cleburne High School in 2013. I attended Texas Tech University. I received a bachelor degree in Business Marketing in May 2017. I was a cheerleader at the University for 3 years.Read More