In alphabetical order…

Anna Vogler
Blog: Backwoods Girls
Raised in Valdosta, GA, Anna Vogler spent her younger days picking vegetables and fishing with her two older brothers during the long, hot summer months. Of course they would rather fish than dig in the dirt for food. Until her brothers were old enough to drive, they would walk several miles to the ponds just to see if they could catch anything. Read full bio…

Beth Lee
Blog: Backwoods Girls
Hunting and the outdoors was not something that I grew up in. I was born in Memphis, TN and moved around before I ended up in the suburbs of Atlanta. Once I graduated high school I moved south to Valdosta, GA, attended Valdosta State University, and have been here ever since. Growing up in the city, I knew nothing about hunting, but that all changed when I met my husband, Michael, in college. Read full bio…

Glenn Fleming (Flem)
Blog: Glenn Fleming
Glenn Fleming currently works for Red Jacket Firearms (“Sons of Guns” on the Discovery Channel) but grew up a quintessential “military brat.” His father was in the Air Force and the family moved from base to base.

Glenn had some familiarity with guns through his father, but it wasn’t until he joined the Air Force that he received his own extensive firearms training. Glenn became a Staff Sergeant as part of the 20th Special Operations Squadron and did multiple tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as Africa and Bosnia. Read full bio…

Katie Melanson
Blog: Backwoods Girls
A New Englander, Katie Melanson grew up in the heart of the outdoors. With rolling hills, numerous lakes, and all four seasons it wasn’t hard for her to be an “outdoorsy” type girl. Growing up you could find her riding four wheelers, snowmobiles, or pretty much anything with a motor which has transpired into one of her passions today, the love of 4×4 trucks. When she wasn’t hitting the trails in acres of thick, heavily wooded forests you could find her fishing on the biggest lake in New Hampshire or shooting at the range behind her house. Growing up with a father who is a firearms dealer has its advantages. Learning how to properly handle a firearm and hit a bull’s-eye was something that set her apart from others and would be very useful after her college years. Read full bio…

Lindsey Marrow
Blog: Backwoods Girls
I grew up in Midland Texas until I was sixteen, then moved to Fort Collins Colorado, lived there for ten years until I met my husband. From there we moved to Oklahoma to manage his Dad’s farm. I’ve always fished but unfortunately never was able to hunt until I moved to Oklahoma.

The best hunting experience I’ve had so far is hunting coyotes. One of my favorite times in particular was calling them in wearing a tank top and boxer shorts. Read full bio…

Marian Love Phillips
Blog: Marian Deer Hunter
I am 71 years young and live high on the bluffs of a historical civil war town of Vicksburg, MS. I was born and raised here and attended St. Frances Xavier Academy, graduating in the Class of 1959. I started my government career at the Vicksburg District, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and retired in September 1995 with 25 years of service. I’m the proud mother of Read full bio…

Michael Lee
Blog: Hunt Like Mike
Michael is the host of the Backwoods Life® television show moving to the Sportsman Channel. Air times to be announced! We asked Michael to tell us a bit about himself. “Who am I? Well, it started over 34 years ago in a little town called Cordele, Georgia about 10:00 in the morning. Yeah, I never did like to get up real early. That’s where I was born and raised for the next 18 years of my life. My passions growing up were fishing, hunting, and baseball. I was going pro in something, just didn’t know what yet! Many summer days were spent on the lake or at practice, the falls then turned to chasin’ deer, doves, quail, and even squirrels. Hey, when you like to shoot stuff you stay in the woods all the time!” Read full bio…

Phillip Loughlin
Blog: Hog Blog
I’ve spent my lifetime outdoors, hunting, fishing, diving, horseback riding, and pretty much anything else I could find to occupy me. Over the past 16 years or so, a big part of that passion has become the pursuit of wild hogs. I’ve hunted them in both Carolinas, Texas, and my current home of California. Read full bio…

Sten
Blog: Suburban Bushwacker
Sitting on the sofa watching Ray Mears and hunting shows on TV, I found myself wondering ‘how could i do that?’ This is the story of that journey. And a few others. I’ve always been fascinated with the outdoors, and particularly the American outdoors. Some of my earliest TV memories are tales of the mountain men who lived just beyond the newly forged frontier, the Native Americans that found abundant foodstuffs, and could track man or beast in the seemingly inhospitable terrain. Read full bio…

Thomas Remington
Blog: Tom Remington
I was born and raised in western Maine, where I lived for about 47 years. Now I split my time between my camp in Maine and my home in Florida. I am co-author of the best selling book, “The Legend of Grey Ghost and Other Tales From the Maine Woods”. I am widely published in numerous online and print publications across the country. Read full bio…

Vincent Buckles
Blog: Vincent Buckles
Vincent Buckles is a Detroit native and has a decade of experience as a professional gunsmith and is a graduate of Pennsylvania Gunsmith School. In 2011, TV success brought Buckles into the national spotlight and later that year he formed Mesa Kinetic Research LLC. Buckles currently resides in South Louisiana with his wife and children. He is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association. Read full bio…