My earliest memories of chasing whitetails began at when I was 7 years old in northern New York. A landscape that's comprised of hardwood ridges, cornfields and river bottoms that hold monster bucks, but unknown to so many as state with great deer hunting. It was at that point that I was introduced to the addictive lifestyle that comes with hunting whitetails. Since then, I've made it a point to devote as much time as possible each year to being out in the whitetail woods.
After relocating to the great state of Texas in 2015, I've continued to pursue whitetails every chance I get and look forward to sharing the next chapter of my hunting journey on Northeastern Bowhunter.
When it's not deer season, you can usually find me calling in strutting gobblers, shooting doves, whacking coyotes and fishing whenever possible.
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