Best Father's Day Gift, Because It Keeps On Giving!

Father's day has a way of sneaking up on us and it is probably because men don't announce it or drop hints constantly like women do when there is an opportunity for gifts.   So unfortunately, it means at the last minute your usually left scrambling for a gift that regrettably turns into some generic unmemorable item.  And let's be honest, we have all fallen victim to giving dad that same lame gift every year. This year avoid the predictable and step away from the tie. This is your year to get him a gift that's unique, something exciting, something he will actually use and enjoy for months to come! 

Save up to 40% on Monthly Gear

Save up to 40% on Monthly Gear

1. Pay a Little, Get a Lot.

Sounds too good to be true right? Well not when it comes to the Sportsman Box.  You are actually guaranteed that your box will arrive full of items with a higher retail value than what you paid.

2. Products Approved by Real Sportsmen

If you've ever walked through Cabela's, Bass Pro or Gander Mountain you understand all the merchandise can become overwhelming.  There are so many options and products claiming to be the best it is hard to know which one is for real and which one is just for show.  The team behind the Sportsman's Box doesn't allow just any product to be put in the box.  We are picky and have taken lots of time to research, test and analyze each product so you don't have to. We have literally done the work for you.

3. Surprise Delivery

Who doesn't love getting a surprise package in the mail? Think about when you get home and see a package sitting on your door step.  It is so exciting, especially if you don't know what is in it!  It's literally like Santa just hand delivered a present to your door step in the middle of summer.

4. The Gift that Keeps on Giving

If you've spent anytime hunting or fishing than you understand that the gear we use has the ability to make or break your likelihood of a successful harvest.  Next time he is sitting in the woods or wetting a line, I guarantee you, the moment he picks up a gift that came from his Sportsman's Box you gave him for Father's Day he will think of you and smile. 

5. Keeps Him Young

I've seen it one too many times, dads who used to be extremely active sportsmen slowly spend less and less time outdoors doing what they love.  Their responsibilities at home and at work have increased so the amount of time they get to spend being active outside dwindles.  By giving him the Sportsman's Box you are showing him you appreciate his sacrifices and you are offering a silent nudge of encouragement for him to get back out there.

This Father's Day it's your turn to give the best gift. Sign up for 1, 3, 6 or 12 months of boxes today!

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Field Operative: Adam Oberheu

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Favorite hunt:  My most memorable hunt was my bull elk hunt in 2012.  This hunt was in a limited draw area with lots of elk and some very good bulls.  My brother also had a bull tag for this hunt, so as a family we spent countless days on the mountain scouting, camping, and hunting.  I was able to get a really good bull elk with my wife right by my side.  This was also our first time using our horses in the mountains on a hunt.  I truly love watching my horses perform and am always amazed by their strength and beauty.  Those days on the mountain with my family will never be forgotten and can never be replaced.


Favorite game to eat and how to prepare it:  Elk fajitas served with marinated elk steak strips, diced bell peppers, onions, black beans, rice, lots of guacamole, and plenty of cayenne pepper.  The spicier the better!

Favorite game to chase:  Nothing excites me more than chasing elk in the rugged mountains of the West.  It doesn’t matter if it is archery, muzzleloader, or rifle, as long as I am chasing bugles and pursuing elk far from roads in some of the most breath-taking scenery ever created.

Hunt hard, hunt often and be out in it.

Adam Oberheu
@roubideaulife

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Field Operative: Anna DeLattre

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Field Operative: Brandon Owen

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Field Operative: Hanna Frank

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Field Operative: Brad Peterson of Idaho

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Welcome Field Op - Courtney Starns

Welcome Field Op - Courtney Starns

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Welcome Field Op - Jim Ostlund

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Welcome Field Op - Robert Mosley

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Welcome Field Op - John Harman

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