Deer hunting is a ritualistic practice, built on a foundation of traditional values, rights of passage and an emotional calling to the wild. Hunters tap into their primal instincts to develop strategies that translate to meat in the freezer, and eventually pass them down from one generation to the next.
Naturally, that first hunt between a parent and a child is somewhat ceremonial, and one that most deer-hunting parents dream of and cherish when it finally comes.
In this particular video, we have a guy from McCool, Mississippi, who took his daughter out for her first hunt.
Watch the video below: