Proud husband of twenty-two years, Jim and his wife, Larissa, are raising five wonderful children: three boys; Hauk, Tuck, and Tate; and two girls; Makinna and Taylynn. Jim has lived most of his life on the Eastern Plains of Colorado, raised on a ranch where his passion for the outdoors took off at a very young age. Cowboying and ranching all of his life has assisted in his understanding of the outdoors and the animals that exist within it. Hunting and fishing pulled strongly at him as a kid, so as soon as he was able to hunt, he went.
Guiding himself and friends, along with assisting his children on their first hunts, has taught him a great deal about hunting and guiding. He and his family have harvested some truly amazing animals. Jim says, “A trophy animal is all in the eyes of the hunter and his experience with that specific hunt!” He feels great satisfaction when he provides the opportunity to guide clients on hunts of their dreams. Sometimes even the stalk alone is what really makes that hunt a true trophy. Jim really appreciates a difficult stalk that tests one mentally and physically. The more effort put forth before the shot the greater the memory will be at the moment of truth.
Born and Raised in Colorado, his passion for the great outdoors and hunting started at a young age. He and his wife both enjoy sharing their passion for the great outdoors and hunting. His passion for seeing others harvest animals began with guiding his brothers and close friends to animals. He loves spot and stalk style of hunting and calling big bull elk. He's enthusiasm and young eagerness do his best to get an opportunity at an animal, paired with over a decade of hunting/guiding experience, makes him a great fit for a go get em kind of hunter. He believes that a great hunt is not necessarily in harvesting an animal, but also in the memories made!
Raised on Eastern Colorado ranches, hunting fishing the Rockies he started guiding mule deer hunts at 15 and found a love for helping other succeed in the outdoors. His love for conservation and nature started at an early age with an overused library card, checking out books and reading articles from O’Connor, Zumbo, Vanzwoll, Adam, Schuh, and others. His love for the outdoors is only overshadowed by his love of family and truly a feel combination of the two is needed as much as ever in society. Caleb says if he had to call himself a specific kind of hunter he would have to stay in archery elk hunter his is where his obsession resides most of the time although he pretty much enjoys in the outdoor sport. Caleb promises to always strive to provide an adventure that does justice to the game we seek.