Reveal the Creator by Revealing Creation.

“The Heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork. Day to day pours out speech, and night to night reveals knowledge.”

Psalms 19:1-2

For us, a mission is not simply a journey, it’s what we are called to do. We aim to reveal the beauty of Creation as we do what we love in the outdoors, and we hope to encourage others to do the same.

Based out of West Virginia, we have been blessed to be surrounded by incredible outdoor activities. We are thankful for, and we enjoy, all of these things: from hunting and fishing to camping and survival. We believe that all of these things are given to us for our benefit from God, and we strive to give the glory to Him in all that we do.


Meet our Team

Cam Moore

Our household mountain man whom you’ll likely (rather unlikely) find with a longbow hidden in the woods. He’s pursuing an engineering degree at Marshall University. He serves as a leader for Baptist Campus Ministry.

Chance Mayle

Pursuing a career as a pipeliner. Our team catfisherman, comedian, and bowhunter. Don’t mess with his truck!

Cole Moore 

He hits a golf ball occasionally for Marshall University while studying exercise science. He’s a bowhunter, and he will chase a turkey anywhere. He serves as a leader for Baptist Campus Ministry.

Clayton Curry

Bowhunter and flyfisherman at heart. Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in biology from Marshall University where he serves on leadership for Baptist Campus Ministry. He previously served as an Intern at First Baptist Church of Kenova.

Claire Curry

Currently pursuing a Bachelors in Nursing at Marshall University, she is an aspiring fly fisherwoman and bowhunter. She has served in many ministry positions and is an active YoungLife leader for Huntington High School.

Luke Smith

He has a passion for chasing the fish of ten thousand casts as well as backpacking into the mountains to find native brookies on the fly. He is currently studying at Marshall University.

Josh Daugherty 

He is an avid hunter and fisherman who loves finding new places to fish from his kayak. He recently graduated from Marshall with a degree and is an Aquatic Biologist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He is active in his local church and Baptist Campus Ministry, as well as having a passion for natural disaster relief work.