Lane was born in Powell Wyoming and moved to northern Colorado when he was 7 years old. He started shooting archery when he was 12 and by the time he was 14 he was competing in national and world tournaments, Lane won a bronze medal in Belfast Ireland at the 2013 World Police and Fire Games.
Shelley was fortunate to grow up in a household that cherished the outdoors. She attributes her passion and knowledge of the outdoors to her dad. Together, they spent time in duck blinds, tree stands, bass boats, and ski lifts; though, to this day, her favorite will always be standing in a high mountain stream fly fishing for native trout.
Growing up in the Rocky Mtns on a ranch has helped mold Tucker into the man he is today. He is an avid hunter, fisherman, snowmobiler, Country Jam goer and in his own words: "I go big sometimes, but usually medium."
Years of hunting adventure and discipline on the field have taught Justin the skills he needs to be a solid marksman and hunter. These attributes also helped him land his wife, a fellow hunter and archer as well. They moved to Colorado in 2004 and immediately jumped into the 3-D archery scene. Their shooting skills have led them to several local titles a few top five finishes in national competitions. The two have traveled the world pursuing their passions.
Mitchell Henry, 23 years old from Elizabethtown KY, played 4 years of college football at western Ky university. Was a free agent to the Green Bay packers, played first 6 games of 2015 season with the Denver broncos and ended that season with the Green Bay packers. Grew up hunting all of my life for deer, turkey, waterfowl, and other small game with my dad.
Born and raised in Southern Ohio, the outdoors has always been one of my biggest passions. I've been hunting and fishing throughout the Midwest all of my life. Anything from deer and turkey to pheasants and doves, I enjoy it all. For me, hunting is more than just harvesting a trophy animal, it's the memories and moments that lead up to the harvest the truly make the hunt great.
Jana Waller and her skull bound crew
Jana Waller grew up in the town of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and has been a hunter and angler for three decades. Earning a Public Relations degree from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, Jana has blended her passion for hunting and fishing with her communications background, actively promoting women in the outdoors and undeniable relationship between hunters and conversation.
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Based out of a small town in Eastern Oregon, Cody Mattson, Colby Lankford, Erik Jacobs, and Mitch Workinger pursue their obsession for the outdoors as lifelong friends. The four of them come from families where hunting is a way of life and always has been a family pastime. With each given season you can find the four of them hunting, fishing, and typically filming each and every adventure.
Pulling giant catfish out of a living, breathing river is an experience like no other. It's one of those things that makes you feel alive. Guess you could say it's also one of the things that binds us together. The MudbuMs are lifelong friends, Iowa boys and outdoor fanatics to the core - hunting, fishing, camping, you name it. But their favorite time of year is when they're out on the river in search of monster trophy catfish, mainly flatheads. Of course, like any fisherman knows, it's not just about the fishing. It's about the adventure, the stories and kickin' back with a cold one in the company of friends.
Loving to hunt, he has incorporated bow and muzzleloader hunting for more of an intimate encounter with nature. After college, he spent time in the fire service (Wild Land and Structure), following his father's footsteps as a volunteer fireman. He has been using Slumberjack products since he was in Boy Scouts and is proud to today to test and share all the products they sell.
Erica loves promoting women in the hunting industry by teaching conversation and spreading knowledge in the outdoors. Growing up in Southern British Columbia, hunting and fishing with her dad made for special memories. Now she enjoys days in the field with her husband and two little girls. Whether it be with bow or rifle she tries to seize evry opportunity that she can to get out in the field. Erica is proud to have been apart of The Extreme Huntress™ Competition.
Her first hunts were along side her father at the age of 15 when she had to pack out after a blizzard dropped 4 feet of snow on their camp. Her father transitioned into hunting birds so Jeanne has learned to hunt on her own and had never looked back. She has pursued a wide variety of animals from Moose and Elk to Antelope and deer with her bow and rifle. As a competitor on Extreme Huntress, Jeanne showed her skills as a solid marks women and steward of wildlife management and conservation.
Tammi Arnold Dressed to kill gals
Is a group of lady hunters from all over the country who really get after it. They are all talented marks women with several (Pheasant) feathers in their hats. Be it bow or rifle these girls hit the mark. You'll find them up in a treestand or hiding out in a duck blind, forget the mall these ladies would rather roam the woods.
The Capurro's and the Dianda's are native Nevadan families who share an intense passion for hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoors. Their family bond and common passion has formed The Prime Revolution. They are happiest when pursuing big game animals, waterfowl or fishing. Whether it is deer, bear, sheep, antelope, mountain lion or elk just to name a few, the Prime Revolution team want to bring their adventures to you.
Adam has dedicated both his career and his passions toward ensuring the longevity of our natural resources and the outdoor sporting traditions that they provide. Adam's knowledge and experience have been developed through years of work as a Rance Wildlife Manager; Big Game, Upland Bird and Waterfowl Hunting Outfitter; Fly-fishing Guide; Commissioned State Parks Ranger; and Vice President of an outdoor product manufacturing company.
Dave was born and raised in Lake Tahoe, NV along the rugged snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada's. The mountains provided opportunities for excellent hunting, fishing and ski racing, which as a kid, were skills passed on by generations of avid competitors. Growing up an athlete, Dave traveled the Alpine ski racing circuit as an Elite level skier, competing all over North America and around the world.
Mike's story is a bit different, as he was raised in the inner city, not on a rural farm or out in “the country”. He spent the majority of his life outdoors, but rather than in a tree stand, it was on a football field, baseball diamond, golf course or a basketball court. The desire to practice, compete and excel came naturally. Playing outdoors on the football field, in any conditions, prepared him for time on the mountain, in the tree stand or on the stalk. As a result he co-founded Dirty Red Adventures at No Regrets Outdoors partner - check them out for inspiring hunting tails and tips.
Ty and Aimee Hartwig
Ty and Aimee Hartwig live in Oregon where they share their passion for the outdoors with their three children. They believe hunters are vital to conservation efforts and an integral part of that is passing our hunting heritage on to future generations. They mostly bow hunt, but never pass up an opportunity to hunt and enjoy using a variety of weapons to pursue wild game.