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Spend Kid's College Savings For A Sheep Hunt? | FINANCIAL ADVICE FOR HUNTERS (PART 2) financial advice



In PART 2 of this financial advice for hunters, Randy continues to field listener questions regarding all things money. Randy discusses how to properly and respectfully borrow hunting gear from friends to ensure you’ll be able to borrow it again.

Randy talks about how to have the best hunting possible by utilizing points to make your trip efficient and more likely successful. One listener asks if he should cash out his children’s 529 education accounts in order to use that money for a sheep hunt. Randy instead suggests he save some money for a divorce attorney if he decides to do that.

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Should hunters hide their hunting budget from their spouse or significant other? How can someone properly budget for their first out of state hunt? Randy covers all these questions and plenty more. The goal is for you to be able to hunt more and spend less.

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  1. lower level income folks, $50 dollars a paycheck equals $1200 a year. you can do a 5 day hunt every year for that, plus count it towards an emergency fund if need be. You don't need a Kuiu or fancy mountain rifle just because pros do. randy is saying live within your means

  2. Hi, Randy. I’ve been in AZ for 16 years. Moved here from Two Harbors MN and retired now for 3 years. We definitely speak the same language except I never really liked Hockey. Hunted since I was 14yrs old. I live in 34A and have and love the Coues hunting here. 4 so far and nice Cow Elk last year up on 6A. Pulled a late season tag this year 1127. Question is (Do ya want to come film me)

  3. I liked you before. I like you and respect you twice as much now. Very good, hard earned sage advice. I'm 61. Thanks for enlightening youths and others.

  4. You answered my question last night about using stimulus money for the future of our youth to keep hunting. I’m not totally familiar with other states and how they do or have lifetime license. In MN as far as I know it is good for the life of the person no matter on residence in the future. I’m only beginning to look into this since ol uncle Joe hasn’t actually signed anything. Yet. I think this is a special enough opportunity for everyone to invest in the hunting heritage future. My question mr numbers is, if ppl actually did this across many states would it be actually harmful in the future for raising revenue for our home states? I have been paying license fees all my life been an active member in different groups so feel I’ve paid my part. Curious your thoughts. Thanks for everything you do for our hunting heritage and love for public land keep up the good work 👍🏻

  5. Randy and I are about the same age. I'm a lawyer, first in private practice and now a prosecutor and child protection lawyer. It takes years to learn and realize many of these lessons. He nailed it. This is among the best financial advice videos I've seen.

  6. This should have come with a nowledge bomb warning…. Randy seems so genuine and nice. Even when you think he’s going to give you a joke for an answer it’s followed up with really sound advice.

  7. Question #1, go grocery shopping with said person that wants to borrow your equipment, if they return the cart to the cart holder, they’re more likely to have the respect required to take care of your equipment. Just one of the tests that applies and is by no means an end all, be all test…. But it will generally tell you their character.

  8. I don't need to borrow anything cause everybody gives me stuff for free! I go hunting for free! Realistically you should not be giving financial advice because you get everything given to you!!!

  9. I love how candid Randy is. So much of his wisdom obviously came from the school of hard knocks. But he still maintains such absolutely fantastic financial advice. Get off the Great American treadmill of going in debt and paying monthly interest. Best financial advice a person can give. You'll be amazed how much your life changes the day you pay off that last car loan, student loan, etc… Without having to send those monthly mailbox income checks to someone else you will suddenly have all the money you want to live your life you way have always wanted.

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