Joined 11 years ago from Louisville, KY
After 15 years of hunting, fishing, and being an avid outdoorsman, I have been labelled as the GameCameraExpert by other industry writers and bloggers. This title I accept with pride, as game cameras are my passion. I run my scouting cameras 24x7, 365 days a year. This has turned into a serious hobby and more recently a business that allows me to spend more time in the woods enjoying the great outdoors.
I am a serious supporter of maintaining our outdoor resources so that they can be enjoyed by future generations. Help support your local Department of Fish and Wildlife. Always purchase the appropriate hunting and fishing licenses, and study and follow the laws of the land.
If you are an outdoors man, and want to do something good with the hunting sports you love, then search out a local Hunters For the Hungry Program. These programs operate in most states and will accept wild game meat for needy families. It is a great way to help others with a sport you love.
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