Hook & Bullet Bargains: The Giving Tuesday Edition

Top photo: Credit Lindsey Mulcare Photography

Great hunting and fishing gear at an amazing price: We find it each Tuesday. And this Giving Tuesday, we’re showcasing gear that gives back.

Hunt To Eat Tees: An Extra 10% of Proceeds Benefits Nonprofits

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The T-shirt company Hunt To Eat partners with nonprofits to make beautiful T-shirts that give back to conservation and support the hunting life. And today, they’re adding on an extra 10% of proceeds to give back to organizations like Pheasants Forever (pictured), Sportsmen for the Boundary Waters, The Wild Sheep Foundation, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, and more.

Sitka Gear Matches Donations to the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

logo32If you just want to throw some cold hard cash towards a group that does amazing things for sportsmen and sportswomen, Sitka Gear will match whatever you decide to donate to the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.

And Sitka is going beyond Giving Tuesday to match any donation until Dec. 31. Sometimes, the perfect gift for the conservationist is simply to donate in their name.

Give Native Trees for Wildlife With the National Wildlife Federation

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For every $10 you spend, a native tree will be planted to support wildlife habitat. With 12,000 sponsored trees as a Giving Tuesday goal, the National Wildlife Federation aims high today. And who knows? Perhaps one of your grandkids will one day park a treestand on the trunk of a tree you made possible.

Show Your Support for Women Hunters & Anglers With Gear From Artemis Sportswomen

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Women are hunting and fishing in numbers never seen before. Artemis Sportswomen encapsulates these women through educational programs, lobbying representatives, and more. All donations over $50 offer a different piece of Artemis logo gear so you can sport your support for women in the field.

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Nicole Qualtieri
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Based in Montana, Nicole Qualtieri is GearJunkie's Hunt + Fish Editor. She also serves as a Board Director for Orion the Hunters Insititute, a non-profit promoting fair chase and hunting ethics nationwide. A DIY hunter, she comes from a non-traditional hunting background and began hunting and fishing in her 30s. She's been a voice for hunting, fishing, and conservation since 2014, when she got started working on the television show MeatEater. She's an avid horsewoman, bird dog aficionado, snowboarder, hiker/backpacker, food nerd, and all-around outdoorswoman. Find her online at @nkqualtieri.