The subject? Rituals. “Rituals is a feature about what folks do around the fish and game that they harvest. So, you know, kind of the I would say the very traditional one is when a hunter kills his or her first deer will take a bite of the raw heart. That's the classic ritual. But we wanted to look at stuff that was a little bit deeper than that. Things like, for example, a walleye shore lunch where you don't really like need even a pan. You just kind of fillet the fish and cook it right on the open fire using the scales as kind of a husk and a plate. So it's kind of like point apart, like all the fancy wild game cooking. Like we don't need any of that. This is like very cooking meat and like through that, celebrating the hunt and the experience.
And isn't that the essence of a sportsman's life?