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My name is Lindsay Persico. I live in Montana with my three little kiddos and my sweet husband. I stay at home and take care of managing the household and in my spare time I pursue my love of hunting and all aspects of outdoor life. Processing game, hiking, fitness, shooting, fishing and camping are just some of the interests I find myself enjoying. I started my blog because I wanted to share my love and experiences with others and show the world that a regular girl can be an avid and successful hunter on public land. I am always learning and seeking to grow mentally and physically and I enjoy sharing my lessons and experiences along the way. I will continue my quest to learn until my last day and I am determined to be real about my struggles and mistakes along the way. That is the best way to learn. I have also written articles for The Outdoor Channel, Eastman’s Hunting Journal and various other online publications. Writing is a passion of mine and I love to tell a story that others can relate to. My love of hunting began as a little girl as I watched my dad head out on hunting trips and later packed my own gear along and headed out with him. He taught me so much and really helped me develop my love for wildlife and the outdoors. Now I am blessed to have a husband and kids who share my love and pursue it with me. I recently went to the Arctic and competed on the History Channel’s new survival show called Alone- The Beast. I was able to complete the challenge with no tools and lasted the entire 30 days. It was an adventure like no other and I am so glad I got the opportunity to experience it. Bring on the challenges…they will just be opportunities for new lessons learned in my adventure story.

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12 Comments Add yours

  1. “show the world that a regular girl can be an avid and successful hunter” – LOVE this!

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    1. HuntFiber says:

      Thank you!! 😀

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  2. Dennis says:

    Would love to have you come to our new preserve for a fun day and maybe some direction with marketing in our industry. I am 40 and moved to Montana to start building a resort for families to enjoy for years to come. It has been a life long dream. Montana wild ranch. Check out our face book pages. 11 of them. 406-595-0813. Or burke@mtwild.com. The trip is on us and if you have a bird dog bring um. We raise all upland birds on site if you bring the kids they will love the bird farm. Keep me posted. Thank you for your time. Dennis Aaron Burke

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    1. HuntFiber says:

      This sounds like fun! I know my kids would love to see what you are doing there. I will be in touch and thank you so much for the generous offer!

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  3. KC30IA says:

    Hi Lindsay,
    I just saw you on Alone, The Beast. You were/are authentically incredible. I am inspired by your skills, purposefulness and your ability to access what is possible.
    I’m 65, live in a Senior Retirement Community now, and I can’t tell you how watching you on Alone, renewed my hope for the world. Thank you for this webpage.

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  4. KC30IA says:

    Hi Lindsay,
    Just saw you on Alone, The Beast. You are incredible. What an inspiration. You give me hope for the future world. At 65 years old, I think the world could use more purposeful and skilled people like you. Using the land and animals as the gift they are for us. Thank you for your courage.

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  5. Damien Peters says:

    Just watched Alone and you are an amazingly strong woman and a huge role model to young girls. Your Blog is fantastic and educational at the same time, lastly I can’t believe Zane left you, ughhh …….😶

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    1. HuntFiber says:

      Thank you so much! I am glad you enjoyed the show and found my site. Thanks for watching!

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  6. HuntFiber says:

    Thank you so much for the kind words and encouragement! I am glad you enjoyed the show and found my site. Thank you for watching!

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  7. anton wijaya says:

    hi lindsay.. just watch your show at alone the beast. you are rock. but i am curious, who take the camera when you just alone..? specially when you move from old shelter, and build new shelter. because i saw the camera is moving. it means that somebody hold the camera to shoot you. thank you lindsay..

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    1. HuntFiber says:

      Hi Anton. Thank you. The Alone the Beast show has a film crew during the day and then self filming at night.

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