Bryan has been hunting for over 20 years and has 10 years of guiding experience, and has attended a professional guide school. He graduated with a degree in Environmental Studies that has helped him analyze properties on another level. With an addiction to trail cameras, you can be sure you will know every deer in your hunting area. He is eager to find those big bucks and formulate a plan for putting them in front of you.
Kacey has been a part of the Whitetail Crossing for a few years now. He is one the most well prepared guides we have. Always has a knife ready, and on can fill your day with some crazy stories from his hunting and fishing trips in Tennessee. He's a great guy and will do whatever he has to to get you on a good buck.
Andrew is my younger, but much taller, brother. After graduating from Salisbury University this past spring, he wanted to spend some time with his big brother. We are happy to have him in camp and will be a lot of fun teaching him the ropes. Its always good to have a tall guy in camp. It really makes it nice having him control the pole saw as it gets us and extra foot or so for clearing shooting lanes. Andrew has hopes of playing professional baseball and has already been playing in a independent professional league this past summer. Go get em' bro.
Anthony is one of the best taxidermists that I have been lucky enough to meet. Best part is, he wanted to help out so we hired him on for part of the year. Many of our clients will actually leave their deer here with him to have it mounted and waiting on them when they return for their next hunt. His dedication to the hunter is what makes him a great guide. Always willing to help and go the extra mile to make sure his hunters are happy, during the hunt and after.
Ryan is one of a kind. I first met Ryan in 2017, when he came out on a 5 day bow hunt in mid October. He hunted hard, and trusted us to put him on a good buck. After just 2 days he was able to connect on a great buck. After that point, he was the hardest working guy in camp, even though he was just a client, he wanted to help put stands up and put corn out for the youth hunters that were coming in the following weekend. At that point I knew, we needed him here more often. Back home he's a fire fighter and while he's here, you can rest assured you'll be safe and taken care of. Its nice to have a guy who knows how to run a business and deal with people on a daily basis. Looking forward to many years of handwork coming from this guy.