My “Outfitter” philosophy – I was a guide for other lodges for 25 years. During this time, I always felt there was something missing – the personal connection between the guide, outfitter, and hunter. The outdoor experience, along with the learning experience, is what truly defines a successful hunt. Sure, it’s nice to take big game, but the longer-lasting joy of the hunt is in the sharing of the memory of that experience with others. Also part of a successful hunt is learning things that make one a better hunter – learning to do what others cannot do. In putting my business together, I have focused on three things – 1) the hunting experience, 2) teaching/ learning, and 3) ensuring the hunter himself/herself feels primary responsibility for their hunting success. I think you’ll find this a truly winning combination.