Growing up, I had the opportunity to learn to hunt and fish. I was taught proper care for our equipment and to protect our land and leave it better than you found it. Leave No Foot Print was the motto when hunting upland birds, small game and fishing the mountain lakes and streams.
After completing my military service (US Army), the next few decades were spent starting and growing a company and raising my family. During these years, there was not always as much time for hunting and fishing as I would have preferred, but there were a few memorable adventures.
I make my home in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and Islamorada in the Florida Keys. I take every opportunity to pass on my love of hunting and fishing to my grandchildren and plan my next adventures.
I’ve had the opportunity to hunt and fish from Idaho to the North Maine Woods to the Florida Keys; from the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia to the mountains of New Zealand’s South Island to the Karoo of South Africa. Along the way, I’ve learned from fellow sportsmen and women, professional guides, as well as my own experiences that I want to share them in “teaching moments”.
I want to share these with you and would enjoy hearing from you, your comments or questions.
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