Step 3: Make a Savings Plan
It's easy for people to say that they could never afford this hunt or that hunt. This translates to, "I don't have that kind of disposable cash lying around." That may be the case, but that doesn't mean that you can't save up. If we look at how we spend our money, I'd be willing to bet that many of us could find regular expenses that we could easily do without. Even if you can consistently put away just $25 or $50 bucks a week, that's still something. It may take 5 or 10 years to come up with all the money you need, but, hey—that's better than never doing it, right? Maybe buy a nice used truck for half of the price of a new one, and so on. It will add up quick. Figure out a ballpark number of your total hunt expenses and keep track of your saving progress so that your goal is always in mind.