The Blind Hunter
-Love- -Laugh- -Honesty-
After being shot in the cheek with an arrow Tj was surprised to find himself alive, but blind. Despite the tramua Tj has been determined to keep doing what he loves Tj has continued to bow hunt, and teach others about the importance of safety, family, and having basic survival skills. While Inspiring the disabled communities in his area. He now has the goal of taking his inspiration to others by going on “The Hunt of a Lifetime” with some other small projects to help others like himself ethier rediscover, or discover a new hobby!
“You can do whatever you want to, you just got to do it in a different way!”
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Mirriam's Turkey Tom, a common species in Idaho's SE regions, Photo taken by Karon Melilo DeVega When I married Tj it didn't take a very keen eye to notice how much of complete opposites we were in the world. He was a hunter, a baseball fan, and the perfect definition...
David Brog from Utah isn’t going to let Stargardt Macular Degeneration get him down! Lets support all our disabled hunters with this amazing spotlight!
https://www.facebook.com/blindhunterorg/videos/531229520808118/ The Blind Hunter, Tj Cartwright, demonstrating his favorite calls to use while hunting. Waterfowl Hunting can be tricky business and hunters need the skillful knowledge of how to use their duck and goose...
“The Old Man used to say that the best part of hunting and fishing was the thinking about going and talking about it when you got back.”- Robert Ruark