Unemployed But You Can Hunt and Fish for Great Food

Hunt and fish for food if you’re unemployed. Hunting and fishing are a way of life for people around the world. It’s been a source of fresh food for centuries. Fishing is a great family activity with the added benefit of providing some great tasting food. Hunters can hunt many different kinds of game to provide good food for their families.

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Unemployment is hard on the budget so hunting and fishing for a necessity like food takes a load off of any budget. Both of these sports have some initial equipment cost but the return more than offsets the initial costs. With the price of food constantly going up, if you can hunt and fish for food you’ll save money to apply to other needs.

Unemployment doesn’t mean you can’t eat great food. Fish is great tasting and healthy for you. Some have gone so far as to call fish brain food due to the abundance of the chemical Omega3 found in fish. Venison has also been a favorite of hunters for centuries. It can be served in many different ways and tastes great. Another great thing about getting food this way is that you can freeze fish and game and build up a supply that could last through your unemployment and longer. So even though you’re unemployed it doesn’t mean you can’t eat some great food. It’s been said that, “If you give a man a fish he’ll eat for a day but if you teach a man to fish, he’ll eat for a lifetime.”

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If you hunt and fish and grow a garden for food, you could have most if not everything you need to feed your family. One of the great things about gardening is that your food is fresh and you can control how much and what kinds of pesticides go into your food. If you decide not to grow a garden you may be able to trade fish or meat for vegetables from a gardener. Even though you’re unemployed, you can hunt, fish and trade for great food.