Rusty was born in Toombs County, Georgia and now resides in Sylvania, Georgia. Rusty is the owner of Robbins Farrier Service, Sylvania Sportsman and co-owner of Harvest Kings. He credits his father for his love of the outdoors because at a very early age they started hunting and fishing together. This love turned into a passion and in 2016 Rusty opened a sporting goods store located in Sylvania. Sylvania Sportsman has a full-service bow shop, guns, ammunition, scopes, fishing supplies and more to help make your outdoor experience enjoyable.
Rusty has always enjoyed filming his hunts so in 2016 he and his partner started a TV show called Harvest Kings. He is also a Pro-Staffer for Treezyn and several other companies.
Rusty is married to Abbie and they have three children Rylan, Rhett and Reagan who he hopes to pass his love of the outdoors to.
Derek has been hunting turkey, ducks, deer, dove and hogs since he was 8 years old. He won the Middle Georgia Turkey calling Championship 3 years in a row between ages 12 and 15.
Derek supports many organizations in the industry and is currently on the Champion Custom Calls Pro Staff (10 years) and Mossy Oak Pro Staff (8 years).
Derek is also the Director of Fellowship Outdoor Ministry where he been has blessed with the opportunity to take kids hunting and to share the Gospel with them. Check out Fellowship Outdoor Ministry on Facebook.
Blake Wilson & Art Dorminy
Born and raised in Fitzgerald, GA. Currently lives in Albany, GA. Married to Allie Wilson and they have 3 girls, Briley, Emily and Millie. Blake is an Area manager for Digital Express Wireless, an authorized retailer for Verizon Wireless. He enjoys hunting, fishing, cooking, being with his 4 girls, golfing and playing music.
Born and raised in Fitzgerald, GA. Currently lives in Ocilla, GA. Art is a father of two boys, Ford and Mitchell. He is a row crop farmer and owns several farms in South Georgia with ABCD farms. Art enjoys hunting, fishing, being with his boys, golfing and cooking.
Art and Blake grew up together and have been best friends most of their lives. They tell everyone they've been together since diapers and started out squirrel hunting with pellet rifles before they could walk. They both have a lot of experience in the outdoors and truly enjoy and have a strong passion for managing, feeding, and planting food sources for whitetail deer. Art and Blake have been guiding fair chase deer hunts together for over 15 years, and have been helping to manage and grow trophy bucks for over 30 years. They both are seasoned and well versed in whitetail movement, habitat, tendencies, and the aging of deer on the hoof.
Over 30 years ago, Jarrett's grandfather introduced him to the outdoor world of hunting and fishing which sparked a passion that has only continued to grow. When Jarrett wasn't roaming the woods or working on the family farm in Central Georgia, he and his granddad would slip off to fish the Chattahoochee River. One day while fishing the Chattahoochee, Jarrett looked up and saw Army Paratrooper's jumping out of C130's and told his granddad that someday he wanted to do the same. After high school, Jarrett shipped out to Ft. Benning, GA where he completed Infantry and Airborne School. After becoming an Airborne Infantryman, Jarrett furthered his training at Ft. Benning, and then moved to Ft. Bragg, NC where he had the privilege of serving with the 82nd Airborne Division.
After the Army, Jarrett always felt he had a calling to fuel his passion for the outdoors, and has ignited that same passion in his wife and kids. After seeing the incredible impact that the outdoors has made in his family and friends lives, Jarrett was inspired to become a Land Specialist with Mossy Oak Properties where he is blessed to promote the same lifestyle that he gets to live. Jarrett, his wife Rhea, and sons Cody, Austin, and Owen, currently reside in Perry, GA. They not only love to hunt and spend time together on their own property, but enjoy being involved in their friends and family's most cherished outdoor memories as well.
Jeremy is an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys hunting deer, turkey, ducks, and other wildlife. The oldest of four boys, Jeremy was introduced to hunting by his father at an early age. The family’s
1974 International Scout II became the avenue to an outdoors-filled childhood and is still the weekend tradition today.
Born and raised in Hart County, Georgia, Jeremy now resides in Madison County, Georgia, with his wife, Karen, and daughter, Holland. He recently developed an outdoors apparel line, Scout Four Outdoors, in an effort to spread his love for the outdoors.
A resident of Bethlehem, Georgia, Nathan Unger is no stranger to the outdoors. Although Nathan began hunting whitetails after friends and family introduced him at the age of 9 he began chasing turkeys in the Georgia mountains at a much earlier age. Nathan is currently an outdoor writer for Wide Open Spaces, Georgia Outdoor News and his personal blog, Bulldawg Outdoors©.
Nathan is a volunteer for his local branch of the Quality Deer Management Association. He is a part of the Scent Crusher Field Staff and the Black Eagle Arrows Pro Staff. Nathan is married to his wife Anna and they recently welcomed their first born, Hudson, into their family.
Nathan enjoys chasing whitetails with his bow and documenting his endeavors through self-filming his hunts.