Raised in central North Dakota on the family farm Elliot found his love for the outdoors at a very young age. Elliot’s dad was an avid outdoorsman and always hoped that his son shared the same love. Growing up he spent a lot of time hunting and fishing with his dad. He also had an uncle and three cousins that lived nearby that shared the same passion. This resulted in many hunting and fishing trips while growing up. To this day, they still take time out of their busy lives to make these memories, and have simply just added their families to the fun.
Elliot is passing along the love for the outdoors to his three children. He shares this bond with his wife Missie whom also grew up hunting and fishing. They enjoy doing many things outdoors together and as a family.
When not working Elliot is most likely hunting waterfowl, chasing big whitetails, trapping coyotes, or trying to rouse some pheasants with his dogs Drake and Sage. If he is not hunting, he is likely on a body of water, awaiting something to bite his line. He shares his years of experience on the lake as a volunteer captain for his local high school fishing team.
Elliot’s friends often joke about his “a little over the top” attention to detail. This trait most certainly helps him in assuring that his clients are sent to the right destination. Having the opportunity to help others enjoy these traditions just as much as he does is of the utmost importance.