Paul has been an avid outdoorsman for over 40 years when his father took him and his brothers on an offshore fishing trip. He was only 12 at that time. That very same year he started hunting as well. He has been hooked on outdoor experiences and activities since his first adventure with his family before he even started school.
Paul credits his love for the outdoors to his parents and siblings as he started his adventure at a very early age.
His recreational fishing has been concentrated in the Mid-Atlantic, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and Central America. His hunting skills are spread out throughout the USA and Canada and include foul, hog, whitetail deer, mule deer, and elk.
His true love is just being one with nature and spending as much time outdoors as possible with his family. He has owned RVs for more than 30 years giving him and his family the freedom to travel as the road takes them. He lives in north Georgia near trout streams with whitetail deer passing through his property daily. He believes strongly in the positive physical, mental and spiritual effects nature can have on people of all ages.
Paul loves putting his experiences on paper for all to read. His skills and qualifications required to execute this role include the following – solid understanding and knowledge of wildlife management and the environment as a whole; researching skills, a positive approach to work, strong foundational knowledge of nature, ecology and geography.
He loved sharing the outdoors with his children when they were kids and now he enjoys sharing that love with his grandchildren. He knows that by spending time as a family and continuing to explore trails throughout the U.S., his grandchildren will grow up and pass this love on to their children. He loves the U.S.A. and all it has to offer in the way of its natural beauty and freedom to explore from coast to coast.