Trevon Stoltzfus, a former collegiate and freestyle wrestler and professional bull rider was born and raised in southern New Mexico, where he had the privilege of working as an Elk, Mule Deer, and Antelope guide. From an early age the love of hunting, fishing, and the outdoors was instilled in him by a heritage passed down through his grandfather, uncles, and older cousins. Having taken numerous trophy big game animals he now desires to pass that passion for the outdoors on to others through the written word, outdoor seminars, television, and videos. Trevon in the past has had the pleasure of working for Eastmans’ Hunting Journal as the research editor and was the archery Co-Host for the Television show “The Best of the West.” He continues to work with multiple outdoor Television shows and is passionate about capturing the thrill of the hunt on video. As a freelance writer Trevon writes for many national hunting and bowhunting magazines and serves on multiple outdoor industry promotional staffs.

Read Trev’s Blog and feel free to email Trevon at trevon@outbackoutdoors.net

Recent Blog Posts


Partnership

by , posted on Friday, February 8th, 2013

All of Outback Outdoors could not be possible without relationships amongst the Team. We are aided by relationships with great sponsors such as Spot Hogg, Hoyt, Hamskea Archery, Gold Tip, Rage Broadheads, GoLight, S4Gear and other makers of quality equipment. Our relationships are not unlike the friendships and relationships you find in your hunting camp. […]

Practice Makes Perfect

by , posted on Thursday, February 7th, 2013

As the 2012 hunting season started to develop and tags started to arrive in the mail, I knew the upcoming season was going to be one for the books. As most of us can attest to, pressure from work and family obligations seem to add to the amount of time you realize you don’t have […]

Where Are You Headed This Season ?

by , posted on Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

It is early in 2013 and here in the West the hunting application season is underway. I, like many of you, begin the research as I contemplate my options and possibilities for the year. This time of year there is a lot of information available for a hunter to consider. The game departments are finalizing […]