Travis Brown - Owner

I grew up in Eugene, Oregon, but for the past 11 years I have called Meridian, Idaho home. I attended college at Oregon State University and the Oregon Institute of Technology. I currently work as a Registered Vascular Technologist at St. Luke's Regional Medical Center.
My true passion is chasing big game in the wild outdoors. For some reason, I can't ever get enough big game hunting in each year. To help with this condition, I have pursued opportunities to hunt big game in several other Western states. During these trips, I have made many lasting memories and have been lucky enough to share many of these memories with close friends.
I owe tremendous “Thanks” to my beautiful wife, Tegan. She continually puts up with this obsession of mine and has recently given me a new hunting partner, Drew.




Nathan Clarke - Owner

I'm 28 years old and have hunted all my life. I grew up in a small town in Oregon and my dad and grandpa taught me the importance of good hunting ethics. I went to school at Oregon State University, where I met my beautiful wife, Christie. we recently moved to Colorado with our 2 labs, Rocky and Jackson. For the first ten years of my life I hunted primarily in Oregon, but for the past few years, I have discovered the joys of multiple state hunting. I'm lucky enough to have a wife that puts up with my fetish! Overall, my hunting experiences are always memorable, whether successful or not. Spending time with family and friends is irreplaceable.




Marcus Flesher-


I was born in Havre Montana in 1974 and moved to Idaho at a very young age. Hunting big game out west is my passion and I have made hunting my work for the last 10 years. I recently sold a decoy company that I had owned and operated for 5 years and prior to that I was practicing taxidermy. I think I would go insane if I couldn't hunt every year and I know for fact that my wife would definitely go crazy. My season usually starts with antelope in early August and lasts until mid December when archery mule deer hunting in Idaho closes. You can find me sitting in a tree stand waiting for a bear or up against a tree calling in a big gobbler when spring rolls around. I would hunt anything anywhere but my heart is in the Rockies and the Big sky country when it comes to the outdoors. There is nothing I like more than sharing this passion of the outdoors with my family and friends.








Dusty Bourasa

I am a resident of the great state of Oregon and work full time as a Correctional Officer for one of there many state prisons. My three passions in life are God, Family and huntn' critters.
My passion for the outdoors and hunting originated at an early age when I had the opportunity to accompany my mother and father on pack trips into the back country. My father, now passed (God rest his soul) taught me most of what I know about the outdoors, the rest I have had to learn through blood sweat and tears. I've been fortunate enough to hunt in some of the most beautiful places this continent has to offer, including Canada, Alaska and most of the western United States. The past ten years has awarded me the opportunity to guide hunters for Big game and Small game in my spare time. As well as guiding others on hunts, I have harvested some beautiful trophies of my own.
All of this madness I have for the thrill of hunting is fully supported by my loving wife Billie Jo, daughter Bo, son Sam and our newest edition Jacob. Without the support of my family I could have not of fulfilled the dreams I had as a child.






Mario Guisto

My name is Mario Guisto, I'm 26 years old and I grew up in Hood River, Oregon.  I have fallen in love with hunting ever since I received my first Daisy Rider BB Gun at four years old. Over the years my step father Brad showed me the way by taking me hunting with him. I shot my first animal when I was twelve years old. It was a nice 79in antelope that I shot on an Oregon youth hunt. From that point on I was hooked. The only thing that ever distracted me was playing football all the way through college at Eastern Oregon. Although it was tough to hunt through the fall I was still was able to get out a hand full of days. I have killed 7 bucks with my rifle, 3 bulls with my rifle and finally after a lot of misses with a recurve I shot a bull with my compound bow.  Every year starting in the late fall I hunt ducks and geese religiously until winter steelhead season starts then you will find me on the Oregon coast every day possible in my red Willie drift boat.  I'm a very lucky guy to have a family that supports me and a girl friend who just smiles when I tell her I'm leaving for a trip.