Born and raised in the Northwest suburbs of Minneapolis. I spend most of my time up on Lake Vermilion chasing the giants that call those waters home. I enjoy documenting my catches and putting data together to develop patterns that will help put more fish in the boat. I have had articles published in MuskyHunter Magazine as well as doing numerous seminars across the great state of Minnesota. I look forward to sharing my experiences with everyone who enjoys anything related to the outdoors!
I spend hours upon hours scouting before the season opened. I always leave the first two days of the season for myself so that I can tag out before I begin guiding. Tagging out first lets me focus on my clients and give them the attention they need.
One of the greatest things about being a full-time fishing guide is when I get to teach new and prospective anglers. The NH Fish and Games’ Great Bay Discovery Center was recently awarded a grant by the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies.
In my first blog, A Chance to Teach, I told of a fantastic opportunity I had to teach about striped bass kayak fishing. As a full-time hunting and fishing guide, I am often viewed as the teacher, and for the most part that’s true.