Meet our contributors who live, breathe and celebrate the hunt every day.
AJ Gall is the Legendary Whitetails Community Page editor. His prior hunting and wildlife experiences began long ago and make him the perfect in-house expert. AJ acquired his degree in wildlife management and research from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and immediately began working with his passion – white-tailed deer.
His major hobbies include hunting and fishing with a strong focus on fly fishing, kayaking, and bow hunting.
Bradie was born in Richland Center, Wisconsin where he first developed his passion for the outdoors and hunting. Bradie went to the University of Wisconsin where he lettered all four years. He is currently a fullback for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League.
Brandon Gador is the founder of the Quiver Hunting App. He grew up hunting whitetails in Wisconsin, but has more recently focused on chasing elk in the mountains since moving west. He started Quiver to combine his experience in building mobile consumer products with his passion for hunting.
Aside from manning the hot corner for the Sox, Brandon is also a husband, proud father, and avid outdoorsman.
Brandon Wikman is an accomplished outdoor writer & former TV host of the award-winning Bass Pro Shops Next Generation as seen on Outdoor Channel. He's since built one of the largest Social Media Marketing Agencies in the outdoor industry and is a proud Land Specialist for Whitetail Properties Real Estate, LLC.
Aside from pitching for the Twins, Brian is also a husband, proud father, and avid outdoorsman.
Candace loves to hunt White-tailed on her family ranch. She is also an avid "tweeter".
Charles Alsheimer is an award-winning outdoor writer, nature photographer, lecturer, and whitetail consultant from Bath, New York. Alsheimer was born and raised on a farm and has devoted his life to photography, writing and lecturing about the wonders of God’s creation. His specialty – both as a writer and photographer – is the white-tailed deer.
A hunter and shooter since childhood, C.J. Davis has always felt at home in the outdoors, especially with bow in hand. In 2012, he was chosen by Montana Decoy, a leading manufacturer of ultra-realistic and super-lightweight decoys, to serve as the company's president.
Craig grew up in the state of Louisiana where he later played college football for the LSU Tigers. He was the starting safety for all 14 games during LSU’s 2007 National Championship season. His killer instincts from the field carried over to the woods and he has some good bucks to show for it.
David has been ruffed grouse hunting since he was eleven years old and they remain his favorite hunting choice today. David also has a key recognition of the need for habitat conservation and a preservation of wild places.
Eric is set on raising enough money to send a child with a life altering or life threatening condition on a hunt of their dreams.
Jared grew up in Wautoma, Wisconsin. He started fishing and hunting with his father at a very young age. He walked on at the University of Wisconsin and eventually earned a scholarship 2 and 1/2 years in. Ended his career 1st in receptions and second in both reception TD's and receiving yards. He is continuing his professional career with his hometown team, the Green Bay Packers!
Jarrod was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin and lived in New Lisbon until moving to Webster, WI when he was in 4th grade. After high school he went to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh where he was part of the 1994 national championship team.
Jeff grew up in the small town of Tawas, MI where he developed his love for hunting and fishing. He attended Saginaw Valley State University and played football, eventually setting SVSU single season records for catches and receiving yards in 2012. Jeff looks forward to continuing his football career professionally, especially in a state where the hunting is good!
Jeremy Moore is an owner of Moore Outdoors which produces the Dog Bone Shed Dog Training Products Line. Jeremy started training retrievers back in 2000. Over the past 10 years Jeremy has focused his training efforts, almost exclusively to working with dogs on game recovery (blood tracking/trailing) and shed hunting.
Aside from hunting, Joe also enjoys utilizing his carpentry skills, brewing his own beer, and spending time with his family and friends.
Joe Shead (and yes, it's pronounced "shed") enjoys an outdoor life, specifically as it relates to shed hunting. Professionally, Joe has worked as managing editor of Deer & Deer Hunting magazine, and currently serves as senior editor at Sportsman's Connection.
Legendary Whitetails is the apparel brand that lets you celebrate the hunt, every day of the year. Embodying more than just the passion for the hunt, Legendary Whitetails is about sharing a connection with other hunters. It’s about reliving and remembering the feeling you had from the hunt, alone in nature or with family and friends.
Mark Kenyon is the founder and full-time managing editor of Wired To Hunt, he is the Director of Digital Content for the National Deer Alliance, he was named the 2014 Quality Deer Management Association Communicator of the Year, and he has been published in North American Whitetail Magazine, Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, Quality Whitetails Journal and Whitetail News.
An all-around outdoorsman who writes about a variety of topics, such as waterfowling, fishing, upland bird and turkey hunting, and conservation.
Being Driven to Succeed…Driven to Persevere… and Driven to Never Give Up has been the motto and key to success for both Pat and Nicole Reeve. From early on Pat has had a way of telling a story through the lens of a camera like no one else.
Paul is an avid whitetail hunter who was born and raised in Southwestern Wisconsin's driftless region. He currently lives in Northeastern Wisconsin and enjoys the challenges that come with hunting unknown land. Besides hunting, Paul enjoys trout fishing and spending quality time outdoors any way he can get it.
Bowhunting is what I love most, but of course anytime in the woods is a memory. From running rabbits, shooting squirrels, frog gigging with my bow, or chasing around whitetails & thunder chickens I always have a story to tell.
Spencer Neuharth is a freelance outdoor writer from South Dakota. He spent time with Outdoor Sportsman Group, working as the digital editor of hunting for magazines like North American Whitetail and Petersen’s Hunting. His writing and photography span across hunting, fishing and camping, but his greatest passion is chasing whitetails. His freelance business, Boof Communications, is dedicated to those hobbies.
Stephen was born and raised in Texas. As one would assume of a true Texas boy, he grew up hunting and playing football every second he could. This lead to a great college career at Texas A&M and professional career in the NFL with the Houston Texans and Dallas Cowboys and now for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL. While his career is football, his passion is hunting.
Steve Sorensen came into the world of outdoor writing late, but was quickly recognized when his newspaper column The Everyday Hunter® was named “Best Newspaper Column” three times by the Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association. Topping off a long list of awards, the national “Pinnacle Award” for outdoor writing went to him in 2015.
Tim Brass grew up hunting and fishing in Minnesota. As soon as he was old enough to drive he quit all organized sports to hunt and fish and followed this passion for the outdoors. He’s glad to be a part of an organization that stands-up for the wild, public lands he enjoys the most.
Tom is an outdoor enthusiast who brilliantly incorporates his passion into the graphic designs found on many Legendary Whitetails products.
Growing up in Vermont, Tovar was raised as an omnivore. He later became a vegan in his twenties. Tovar returned to omnivory for health reasons. Two years later—searching for ethical, ecologically responsible ways to come to terms with his food—he became a deer hunter.
Vince was born in Coatesville, Pennsylvania; A small town in southeastern PA. It was there where he fell in love with the outdoors. He spends his time in the offseason fishing and hunting. Vince attended WVU for three years and then was drafted by the San Diego Padres in 2009. Vince saw his first big league action in 2014 for the Tampa Bay Rays.