Meet the Outdoor Legacy Gear ProStaff:
Ben Wheeler, TX
HansETX Youtube Channel
Joel Miller, also known as HansETX on YouTube, knows firsthand about the damage and destruction that can come from an explosive wild hog population. Located in Ben Wheeler, TX, the feral hog capital of Texas, HansETX is at ground zero in the fight to stop the spread of the wild hog epidemic. When you follow Joel on Youtube, you will not only see night vision hog and predator hunts but you'll also get a glimpse of the damage that these aggressive beasts of the night leave in their wake.
"Now with the latest in night vision and thermal technology, we are finally able to begin to control the population of the feral hog population. We don't just do this for fun, we hunt every night to protect our land, the safety of our animals and for the peace of mind to know that our children can safely play outside without fear of them coming face-to-face with a wild boar hog..."-HansETX
Outdoor Legacy Gear Youtube Channel
Jason Robertson is the owner of Outdoor Legacy Gear and he lives on his family farm in northern Nacogdoches County in deep east Texas. Jason knows first hand about the damage wild hogs can do to pastures, farm land and managed tree farms. Having experienced the repeated destructive effects of hogs on his farm and the hogs becoming nearly impossible to trap, he understands that night vision and thermal imaging are often the best tool in attempting to control the hog population.
Jason has a passion for Christ, family, hunting, fishing and farming. He also enjoys helping land owners and hunters learn about night vision optics and helping them equip themselves to go to battle against hogs, coyotes, beavers or any other nuisance animal causing them problems. If you are interested in night vision optics and have questions, give Jason a call. (877)350-1818
Meet the Outdoor Legacy Gear FieldStaff:
Jay Idriss (Outdoor Legacy - Pulsar FieldStaff Team)
San Antonio, TX
The Jay Situation YouTube Channel
Jay Idriss is an avid hunter, powerlifter, conservationist, backpacker, and firearms enthusiast. His favorite game is whitetail deer, and he enjoys using suppressors and other NFA items in his field kit. He coordinates the Wildlife Management Program on the 2300 acre Box Canyon Ranch in Kinney County, Texas and assists with protecting livestock and crops through predator and feral hog control at various ranches in South Texas.
In addition to being an outdoorsman, he is a scientist and licensed practicing professional engineer. His technical practice and research focuses on blast resistant structural design for both anti-terrorism applications and accidental explosions. Mr. Idriss has proudly provided engineering, design, and analytical services to the military related to weapons effects, personnel protection, and survivability for over a decade.