Steven Lenoir: Army veteran and avid bow hunter. I grew up in Riverside, CA until I joined the Army in 2008. I served as a Cavalry Scout with some of the greatest brothers a man could ask for. The outdoors have been a passion of mine all my life and will always call to me. I remember sitting in school all those years gazing out the window looking for the next adventure. Even while I served in the Army I always made time for hunting and spear fishing in Hawaii. I love the outdoors because they can be peaceful and beautiful one minute and a harsh, unforgiving environment the next. I have several goals with hunting that I would like to cross off my list and one of them is the super ten. Together with my crew of indomitable Commandos we will accomplish and show you many things!
Doug Scott: I grew up in the hills of Southwestern Pennsylvania running through the woods. Filled with the values and rules of the hunt by my father like his before him. You name it I’ll try it… at least once. Traveling the World learning from each experience and environment. The thrill of the hunt makes everything worth it. The worst day hunting is still better than the best day at work.
Sara Lamson: has been hunting and fishing with her family her entire life. She likes to say her dad is to “blame” for starting her outdoor addiction! Growing up she spent as much time as she could doing pretty much anything outside, such as spending time with her horses, hiking, camping, fishing, and of course, hunting.
Her passion and love of the outdoors runs deep within. She is a true four season girl and can find something to do outside, no matter what the weather. She rifle and archery hunts but prefers archery due to the close encounters you have with an archery hunt. She also enjoys shooting in archery tournaments during the off season. Sara says to her, hunting is not about taking the biggest game, she hunts for many personal reasons. She stated she never feels more alive than when she is in the sanctuary of the outdoors on a hunt. Western big game hunting is her utmost passion, but she is looking forward to chasing new game in the next year.
Sara’s main goal is to get more people involved in the sport and to keep passing it along. She truly enjoys taking others out in the woods that might not normally get a chance and then getting them hooked on the outdoors!
Bryan Keenan: I started hunting at the age of 10. I was born and raised in Nebraska where I hunted deer, coyote, ducks, geese, dove and pheasant. Out of all the hunting I have done predator hunting is my favorite.
I moved to California in 2004 where I didn’t do a lot of hunting for about 2 years as I was going to school for computers. I still went to Nebraska to deer hunt with my father every year. My father was the greatest hunter and shooter I have ever seen. He has taught me just about everything I know about hunting. He was also a Predator junkie! He was one of the guys you’ve seen at the store with the rifle in the back window of his truck.
One of our dreams was to be on a hunting show because we knew we could make the shot. In 2010 my father suddenly passed away which is still hard for me to deal with. One way to help me get deal with my loss of my father/best friend was to start my path to becoming a Professional Hunter. I only wish he was here to take this ride with me. Now that I am a Professional Hunter I am having the time of my life and have great sponsors. I have met a lot of great people that are helping me get to the top of the hunting industry! Just like what my father and I have wanted to do.
Charlie Budd: I started hunting small game at 6 years old with my dad who taught my most of what I know about hunting. I was fortunate during my time in the Army to hunt from Florida to Alaska chasing many different species of game in extreme environments. Archery is my primary passion, I like the challenge and thrill of the hunt with a bow and arrow. I’m looking forward to teaching my son what my dad taught me and I’ve learned on my own.