Philip Hunt grew up exploring the outdoors in any way possible. Thanks to his parents, uncles, and family friends, he is just as comfortable kayaking whitewater rapids as tying microscopic flies for fly-fishing. Philip’s wife, Corey, shares in the love of outdoor adventure. Together they raise two children with the goal of instilling a lifelong passion for the outdoors. Philip’s experience in fishing, backpacking, whitewater guiding, and hunting means there is never an offseason in the Hunt household. Philip believes that taking kids into the outdoors can be a challenge, but it is worth the extra time for the crucial life lessons it teaches to all who are willing to learn. Follow their adventures on Instagram @twodogoutdoors
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