Welcome to the Our Team Page
As brothers, our team has enjoyed the great outdoors, hunting and roaming the woods all our lives. Our greatest dream has been to share our passion of hunting with other folks by becoming an outfitter somewhere we could offer a variety of hunts. After many years of searching we found the ideal property in Kentucky. Whitetail deer, turkey, coyote and even elk are all in the area. We began purchasing property February 2009 and added several adjacent tracts as property became available. As we approached retirement age, we realized our dream was possible.
By developing a supplemental feeding program in the spring of the year and adding both spring and fall food plots food plots our team’s dream was turning into a reality. We continue to improve our goal by adding portable box blinds and ladder stands in strategic location though out the property, which takes advantage of the food plots. We are passionate about creating memorable hunting experiences a reality for our guests. It doesn’t get any better than this we call it simply “The Good Life.”
As brothers our team is doing our, after retirement gig living the ‘The Good Life’, enjoying the great outdoors and meeting folks that have like passions.
Don and I have traveled the eastern and mid-western United States hunting trophy whitetails most of our lives. Our dream has always been to provide trophy hunting opportunities to others with a passion to hunt.
Hunting for Richard and I is far more than just a passion, it’s more like an obsession on steroids. Our dream has always been to hunt for a living. It doesn’t get any better than this. That’s why it’s more than a passion, it’s a way of life.
Our Definition of the Good Life
What some folks call hunting and fishing we call the ‘Good Life’. How do you label the experiences obtained with family and friends in the great outdoors? Sitting in a stand, enjoying a crisp morning, waiting for that buck of a lifetime or leaning against a tree calling in that big ole gobbler or easing through the woods, hearing the bugle of an elk and then telling about it back at camp, anything other than the “Good Life”?