At N2TheHunt it is our mission; as we film our experiences and share them via our webpage and social media outlets; to lead by example, hunt with ethics, promote youth hunting & shooting sports and enjoy life while doing so.
Both Noah and Nelson got their start in hunting at a very early age and were taught to hunt from their father, who they look up to the most.
Noah – Turkey Reap’n kill
Noah started shooting a bow and firearms when he was five years old and killed his first deer when when he was only six years old. He has been privileged to hunt many species of wildlife and has taken several wild turkeys and trophy whitetails. Noah has also been involved in competitive shooting since age ten competing in sporting clay’s, skeet and trap. In 2015 he qualified as one of four individuals statewide to represent Missouri at the 4-H National shooting competition in Grand Island, Nebraska.
Nelz – with .454 Casull A.K.A “THE HAND CANNON”
Nelson also started shooting a bow and firearms when he was five years old. He killed his first turkey with a bow when he was only seven. Nelz has also been privileged to hunt many species of wildlife and has taken his share of trophy whitetails and wild turkeys. He has been involved with competitive shooting since he was nine years old and at age ten won the Missouri State Air Pistol Championship in the 4-H Junior division.
Outside of their love for Christ and a desire to serve the creator, both Noah and Nelson have a huge passion for hunting and shooting sports. They both look forward to the next season opener. They will share their experience of hunting and shooting and the ups and downs of doing so. They will also give various reviews on products they use and will share commentary on various topics or issues.
Noah and Nelz are “N2 The Hunt”.
And this is “the CMD (camera man dad)” a.k.a dad. He loves spending time filming all our adventures, editing and producing our film. He always says “life has its challenges but they are only temporary”. We can’t figure out if we are the challenge or the temporary…