It's More Than Just a Hunt

About Scott

Born on July 17, 1973 in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Scott’s father introduced him to the sport of hunting as a young child.  By the age of twelve, he had harvested his first whitetail and from then on he has been addicted!  He began to work in the archery business at the age of sixteen and opened his own pro shop at the age of twenty.  With his passion for the sport growing with age, he began hunting and guiding throughout the country.  This became a turning point in his life and the drive to harvest trophy class animals set in.  He loves the challenge of spotting a giant whitetail in the summer and attempting to harvest him in the fall.  There is no greater reward for Scott than watching a plan come together after all his hard work.  He has since harvested over one hundred whitetails in his lifetime, with his largest killed in Ohio scoring 187 inches.  He has six others that all score over 150” and plenty that fall into the 120”-150” class.  Most of the success was attributed to land leases across the Midwest that he shares with friends.  They work together as a team with the same goals to grow and harvest mature bucks and does by practicing quality deer management  food plots, trail camera monitoring and shed hunting fills the void in the off season.  Scott also enjoys hunting other big game, especially elk, with his biggest bull with a bow grossing over 365 inches.  Some of the other trophy class animals he has harvested include black bears, moose and turkey throughout all parts of North America, and a caribou grossing over 375” in Quebec.  This would not be possible without the support of his wife Susan and daughter    Samantha that he misses when he is gone.  They are very encouraging  and understand that hunting is his passion!

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One response

  1. kevin miskiv

    Hey scott nice to finally see u guys on tv had heard that u guys may have been putting together a show but I was not sure I caught the last few episodes and its looking good wish u guys luck in the 2012 season keep up the good work

    September 1, 2011 at 11:11 am

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