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Dave Lomas

I am the Sales Manager for a cast iron foundry in Richland Center, WI. I have three children which two of the three enjoy both hunting and fishing.


My hobbies include fishing and hunting. I have been bow hunting for 40 years and I have properties in both Wisconsin and Missouri.


I believe taking the time to scout well before the season starts makes all the difference between a successful hunt and a hunt that does not fill the freezer.

Brad Waldrop
I began my outdoor passion while still in diapers, my dad used to take me everywhere he could and I got in trouble at a early age with a bow and arrow. I still to this day haven't been able to replace my moms Kentucky Wildcats Championship Christmas ornament. But those days in field and plucking a string fueled a passion that only mother nature can help tame. I harvested my first whitetail and age of 7 and ever since I was recoiled of that 5 gallon bucket into my dads lap its been a adrenaline rush that's better then any drug known to man! Over the years i've been blessed as young hunter to harvest several nice deer for our area of Kentucky.
Peter Williams

It all started in a small central town in Minnesota.  I was introduced to hunting at a young age by my father.  Who still to this day, is my one of my best friends.  He would always take my brother and I squirrel, pheasant, and grouse hunting.  When I was sixteen, I had received the opportunity to purchase a bow from my uncle (an old Bear bow) and go deer hunting.  From that point on I was hooked!  I concentrate most of my time on deer, bear, and turkey (with the occasional morning in a duck blind). I was fortunate enough to have married my best friend, and by biggest supporter (Lori).  We have been married for fourteen years.  (She has become a good (Archery) shoot in her own right).  We also have a twenty one year old daughter who has just started shooting.  Having a family activity that we all share (and one that I am passionate about) has really made.

Stephen Robinson

Growing up in Northwest Missouri, I'm not your typical story.  I was raised to love the outdoors, but we didn't hunt.  I married into a hunting family and quickly gained a burning passion for chasing whitetails.  I am basically a self taught hunter,  gleaning knowledge from any source possible.    There have been many stages in my journey to become a true hunter.  From that first basket rack buck with a rifle, to purchasing my own piece of hunting property and harvesting that first buck off my own land, to taking on land management and QDM practice , to harvesting my first Pope & Young buck with my bow.  My story is still young and hopefully only great things will come in the future

Jeremy Hoff
Born, raised, and still living in western WI, I have a supportive mother and outdoor minded father to thank for instilling in me a passion for the outdoors. Today, it’s my understanding wife I thank for allowing me to not only share the joys of the outdoors with her, but also with my dad, brothers, and friends. Many a lessons have been learned through the brotherhood of the outdoors and the time spent in the serenity of the wilderness with my maker. Whether it’s shed hunting, planting food plots, hanging Covert trail-cams, establishing in-season mineral sites, hanging sets, tossing arrows, early season scouting or even some time on the trout stream, I lead a life driven by the outdoors. I’m excited to be joining the Monster RAXX team as I have been using their products for the past two years with amazing results. Monster RAXX minerals have helped me to improve the health of the deer herd and grow bigger bucks.
Greg Staggs

I was searching for a way to subsidize my grocery bill through college when I stumbled across a description of deer archery season in the ArkansasWildlife Code handbook. A flatlander from Missouri raised on the sound of baying beagles circling cottontail rabbits back to my waiting shotgun, kicking up the occasional rabbit for table fare wasn’t going too far in helping out with the expenses. But having four months to hopefully arrow a whitetail? I was sold… and I’d never picked up a bow in my life. How hard could it be?

I don’t think I ever did put a deer in the freezer during my time at Arkansas State, but I was hooked for life.  It’s been over 23 years since I took a big-game animal with anything other than my bow, and I’ve been blessed enough to wrap my tag around a whole bunch of whitetails since then.

Chris Endicott

Although I was born in Copperscove, Texas, I have spent the majority of my life in Webb City, Missouri. I have always loved the outdoors and have been hunting since I was 6 years old. It wasn't until high school that I started really focusing on bow hunting. In 2007 I joined the United States Marine Corps, and unfortunately was medically discharged in 2011. While serving I had some great opportunities to hunt in North Carolina, California, and Pennsylvania and now I enjoy blessing others with those same opportunities here in Kansas and Missouri. I spend the offseason shed hunting, putting out mineral, and preparing food plots. My wife and son enjoy the outdoors as much as I do, its the way of life for us. God created this beautiful earth for us to get out and enjoy, and that's what I live by every day. 

Matt Elbe

I shoot trap at for our county's team. Besides family and god the things I really love are playing sports and Hunting. I have been going hunting with my dad since I was 5 years old. I was able to carry a gun when I turned 12. Turkey, bear, deer, rabbits, and grouse are a few of the other animals I enjoy hunting. My dad and I are going on a bear hunt in June to Manitoba.The first animal that I ever bagged was a turkey. I shot it at a range of 43 yards with my Browning 20 gauge pump action shotgun. It was a 23.5 pound Tom, its spurs were 1 and 1/4 inch long and lastly it's beard was 12 and 3/4 inches long. The hunt only lasted for about 30 minutes as I had a very good guide who was extremely knowledgeable about the area I was hunting and about calling turkeys. Since then, I have shot 3 bucks with my Browning 7 mm 08. Also I have shot a buck and a doe with my bow. I am very proud of all the animals that I have been fortunate to harvest.

Dave Fletcher

My parents moved to the country when I was 10 years old and I was instantly obsessed with the outdoors.  I spent my summers exploring the ponds and woods that were within walking distance and carried an old, fiberglass recurve bow that had been my older brothers.  That was my first experience with shooting a bow and I learned by making many mistakes.  After learning to trap and selling some furs, I bought my first compound bow at 12 years old. That year I climbed a tree, sat on a limb and shot a big doe.  It was beginners luck and I was forever hooked.  Over 35 years later, I am still hooked on deer hunting and the outdoors.  I have been fortunate to grow up and hunt in the Midwest where whitetails get a chance to mature.  I have been blessed to take a few that I have found multiple sheds off and had a lot of history with.  I still get just as excited to fill the freezer with a doe, but my true passion is chasing mature bucks.  I have hunted in many states and Canada, for a lot of different game species, but I will never tire of grabbing a bow. 

Jackson Wegner

I like putting out Monster Raxx mineral and checking trail cameras with my dad.  I like fishing, camping, shooting guns, and my bow with my family and I am excited to go on my first hunt.

Mason Drake

I was introduced to hunting before I was old enough to walk. Living in Southeast Minnesota is a hunter's dream; from the hills and valleys of Fillmore and Houston County, the hunting here for me is endless! My grandpa, brother, and mother are avid hunters. Whether it be Deer, Turkey, Coyotes, or Pheasants, hunting is a yearly tradition that has brought my family closer than I could ever imagine. Though I hunt gun as well, bow hunting is my passion!  At just  9 years old I was given my first bow and arrow, and ever since then it's something my heart is fully committed to. It's something I always look forward to getting out and doing, it seems as if being in a stand is where I spend the majority of my time during the season. And when I can't be in a stand I am always doing something to prepare to lure in a hunter's dream buck. Hunting is something that has and will be forever in my life, that's why being on the Monster Raxx team is a great opportunity.

Jeff Brunner

I was born and raised in the “Big Buck Capital” that is Buffalo County, Wi.  My dad taught me how to hunt and fish at an early age.   Being a dairy farmer and seed corn producer, he also taught me valuable lessons in crop production that has served me well in the new hunting age of food plots, forestry management and overall trophy deer management .  My wife Lisa and I bought a portion of my dad’s farm and for the last 11 years we have successfully managed those acres, harvesting several top end trophy bucks.  For the last 2 years we have used Monster Raxx products with awesome results and cannot wait to see the next great product they add to their impressive line of products.

Lisa Brunner

Growing up in west central Wisconsin, whitetail hunting has always been a true passion of mine.  My love of whitetails has evolved to include planting food plots and forestry management on our property.  Since 2006, I have harvested several trophy caliber bucks with two of those bucks listed in the current Boone and Crockett edition.  These trophies were all harvested our 100 acre property.  My husband Jeff and I, along with our two daughters Kylie and Lauren, love to manage our property with producing monster whitetails as our goal.   We have been using Monster Raxx mineral for the last two years with great success.  Monster Raxx has a great formula that is not only good for deer but also a great attractant that works extremely well for getting awesome trail camera pictures.

Ryan Buntrock

God bless my grandpa, who, so willingly, took a noisy, eager 6 year old hunting for the first time. A fire that still burns in me, was lit nearly 20 years ago, and I've never looked back. I cherish those early memories of hunts with my grandpas, and Dad, too.
The older I got, the more entrenched I became in trying to understand whitetails. There is always something more to learn about their habitat, their nutrition, their behavior, and their character that keep the fire stoked.
The deer get all the credit, but the most important aspect in hunting is the camaraderie and friendships made along the tales and trails.

Jeff Carpenter

My name is Jeff Carpenter and I spent the first 23 years of my life living in North Central New Hampshire where chasing large and smallmouth bass was my passion in the outdoors. It wasnt until relocating to Southeast Kansas with my wife 5 years ago that I began to chase whitetails with a bow and the obsession grew from there.  I enjoy watching a buck grow from a spike, to a mature monarch and trying to get close enough to kill him with my bow. Outsmarting big deer is what drives me to improve as a whitetail hunter. Minerals sites, food plots, habitat improvement, shed hunting, and trail camera monitoring are a way of life on the Kansas farm. I also co-founded a hunting blog called where I enjoy sharing all of my whitetail encounters. When work is done in the deer woods you can find me still chasing after bucketmouths, predator hunting, waterfowling, grilling up some backstrap, or sharing the Gospel of my Lord and Savior.

Ally Lester

I shot my first deer when I was 10 years old. The last few years I have helped my Dad scout, freshen mineral sites and check trail cameras. I also like to play softball, volleyball, swimming and gymnastics.  

Brian Baran
Coming from a hardworking family of coal miners in  Pennsylvania, I learned at a young age to appreciate hunting and the  outdoors.  I still remember the first deer I killed, a monster doe in the  mountains of Pennsylvania. Well it felt like a monster, I was only 13 and doe  tags where hard to come by then in our state.  Hunting for me is a way to  let go of the everyday grind and enjoy family and friends in a setting that only  members of the outdoor community can relate.  In 2006 I shot my first  monster buck with Tom Indrebo , it scored 168" and in 2012 I hammered a 144"  again with Tom.  Those bucks are awesome experiences but just being in  nature, learning from mistakes and being with people I care about is what makes  me happy.  I'm just an average working guy who puts his time in a was  offered a great opportunity with Monster RAXX.  Thanks to  Dan Treakler for putting up with me through the years and to my wife for letting  me do what I love.  Remember to think positive and you gotta want it!  LOL!!
Scott Baran

 I grew up in a small town in Western Pennsylvania and have been lucky to have been introduced into hunting by my grandfather, dad and my brother at a young age.  When I am not working I can be found in the woods checking game camera's and scouting for new areas to hang a tree stand.  One of my favorite past times is bow hunting for whitetail and just shooting the bow in general to keep me honed in on my skills.  I have also been lucky to hunt the famous Buffalo County in Wisconsin  and to have harvested a mature 158" whitetail from Bluff Country Outfitters there.  I'm even luckier that have had this opportunity to become a Pro Staff Member thanks to Monster Raxx and Dan Treankler.  

Dan Treankler

Born and raised in the woods of Wisconsin , where I was raised to be both a die hard packer fan and an outdoorsman. As a boy, my dad brought us up chasing small game and whitetails. His enthusiasm for the sport was something he passed onto me and that I aspire to foster for others in my life. I enjoy the skills one develops when hunting game, but also love the opportunity to develop relationships with others who also share my passion. I have been fortunate to pass on my knowledge and values of nature to my (3) children. Along with being an avid hunter and devoted husband, I have had the opportunity to provide guiding services to hunters from across the country, who I am happy to call friends- thank you, for all the camaraderie and good times! Whether chasing a cottontail or strategizing to harvest that trophy buck, for me it always comes down to the love and respect for family, friends, and the outdoors.

Michael Ruppert

My name is Mike Ruppert and I was born, raised and still live outside of Wright City, Missouri.  Hunting was always a way of life growing up, I can still recall packing my dad's squirrels and rabbits when it seemed like I had just learned to walk.  I did most my hunting with firearms until I put my hands on a bow 12 years ago and it only fueled my hunting addiction even further.  During deer season or the off season I can always be found in the woods.  Stand adjustments, mineral sites, trail caming and practicing with the bow takes up much of my free time.  Whitetails are my true passion and consumes my whole fall and most of the winter.  I'm very excited about joining the Monster Raxx team,  it's the best product I've come across for drawing in and keeping deer hanging around full time on the farm.

Brent Larson

Im a Minnesota boy thru and thru, with over 20 years of bowhunting experience and just about 20 P&Y animals to my name! I've been filming hunts just over 15 years now for myself and others and have just recently started my own production company (Field of Dreams TV) with my best friend and wife Nicole (weller) Larson! Between the two of us we have over 25years experience working in the archery business. I  have always had a soft spot for mentoring kids to keep the sport alive, and passing on my knowledge to others thru sportshows and seminars! Running mineral and cameras are the key tools in knowing what your hunting season is going to bring! You can check us out on

Andy Orr

First things first… I am so thankful to be part of one of the greatest tribes on earth, the American hunter.  It is my great honor to call them friends and family.  My wife is a huntress and I have 5 year old twins that are becoming little hunters as well.  I have hunted for  30 years now and passing those traditions on to them is the greatest thing i have ever been involved with.  I am lucky to co-own Advanced Whitetail Systems which does specially designed hinge cutting timber projects and land management all over the midwest.  We use monster Raxx to improve the health of our deer herd, grow larger bucks, and help our land owners create accurate inventories of their mature bucks.  Helping people kill giant whitetail bucks on their property is the best job I could have. It allows me to be part of the story of some of the most legendary animals to ever walk the earth. 

Thomas Ash

Another small town Kansas boy here. Being from the sticks of Central Kansas I grew up hunting and fishing. I missed my first day of kindergarten because the white bass were running and my Dad decided that was
more important.  (Mom was real pleased) It would seem from then on the outdoors took a firm grasp on my life. I got my first compound bow at age 9 and never looked back. Hunting and especially bow hunting now consume my life. My season never ends, scouting, shed hunting, food plots, mineral sites, and trail cameras keep me busy when not in a stand. Few things fascinate me more than monitoring big bucks from year to year, watching them grow until the time is right.


Todd Bricker
I own and operate a outdoor video company, since 2001, called On The Trail Outdoors. Filmed in the first ever Campbell Whitetail Challenge. My hunts have been featured over 10 times on Cabela's Memories In The Field show. I am now filming with Mathew's Dominant Bucks tv show and doing hunts for Whitetail Slam tv , both shows are produced by Tom Miranda Outdoors Inc.
Archery hunting is my main passion. Have harvested over 160 whitetails, 24 gobblers , 2 black bears and a few exoctics along my outdoor journey. Which 85% were taken with archery tackle. Have filmed with profisherman, Roland Martin, Vic Zini, pro hunter from PA and Outdoors Dan of Outdoor Traditions tv show. Been very blessed to travel and hunt lots of states, Canada and Mexico. Thankful for my wife's understanding, about my hunting passion. Looking forward to being part of the Monster Raxx team !!
Todd Erickson

I was born and raised in St. Anthony MN. Even though I grew up in the big city I was fortunate enough to have parents that had a love for the outdoors. Being able to hunt and fish from as far back as I can remember started something that would eventually turn into an obsession. This obsession that runs through my veins has no bounds, whether its hunting black bear in Northeastern MN, stalking giant whitetails in KS, or even battling monster muskies in Canada. Becoming a part of the Monster Raxx team and being able to help represent such great products is an honor and a high point in my endeavors within the outdoors industry.

Amy Veilleux-Erickson

My story is a little different than most. I did not grow up in a small town, nor did my family get me into hunting.  I was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota & I
still live in the Twin cities. I’m very proud of where I came from, but I am more excited about where I’m going.  When I was 20 I met my now husband Todd.  For the first few years, I would help him prepare for the different seasons, and during that time, I discovered how much I enjoyed just the “preparation” part of Hunting.  After seeing that passion, he invited me to hunt with him. I harvested my 1st buck next to him. This passion later blossomed into a downright obsession.  I now share this along with my other passions which include Health & Fitness, Biking and spending time in the outdoors.  I feel very privileged to be a part of the Monster RAXX team and I look forward to all the adventures.

Colton Hall

Born and raised in Central Iowa, farming and hunting is in my blood.  I've had several opportunities to hunt various places for all kinds of game, but whitetail hunting with a bow in Iowa is definitely my favorite.  Hunting for me has became a full blown 365 day a year addiction, I love the preperation and anticipation that comes with bow hunting.  Slinging countless practice shots all through the summer, trail cam photos, food plots, mineral sites, hanging stands, and day dreaming occupy my entire pre season.  Once season comes in I feel as if my eyes glow red, devoting every spare minute to sitting on stand waiting for that one long anticpated opportunity.  After season its straight back to the timber to find sheds and dream of next season, which never comes soon enough!

Vance Vinar Jr.

I was born and raised in Minnesota where my dad introduced me to hunting at a very young age.  I vividly remember as a young boy the excitement and anticipation of going on a hunt- regardless of the game.  My love for the outdoors continues to grow and I hunt just about all there is to be hunted.  As much as I love watching my dog work, my time alone sitting in the woods for whitetail has became one of my true passions.  Now that my three sons are of hunting age I have instilled in them the same love and respect for the outdoors and nothing beats taking them out to manage our land or spend the day hunting together.  I get just as excited today in anticipation of a hunt as I did when I was 5.  That’s what it’s all about.

Scott McClintick

I grew up in southeast Kansas and was fortunate to get introduced to whitetail deer hunting at a young age with my father. I currently live in Missouri but still hunt in southeast Kansas.  I think the neatest thing about whitetail deer hunting is that you never stop learning.  From patterning deer in the offseason to watching their behavior from the deer stand and even conversing with other deer hunting friends, the pursuit for the next wall hanger is truly a passion that is a lifelong learning experience. It excites me to one day pass on this great tradition to my two sons and hopefully teach them a thing or two.  In addition to chasing whitetails, I have harvested mule deer and elk, and am an avid duck hunter.

Chris Weller

Hunting in west central Illinois has been a past time in my family for years.  My dad introduced me to hunting at a very young age,and I fell in love with the sport.  I have been blessed with the opportunity to hunt a variety of game.  Hunting has not only been a way for me to meet new friends but it is also a way to enjoy spending time with my family.   We own and manage several different hunting clubs.  This allows me to spend time hunting a lot of different game including deer, ducks, geese, doves, and coyotes.  It's spending time doing what I love, hunting.

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