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Clay was one of our original clients in Nevada. He loved hunting so much he went back to Nevada 5 times, taking 3 bucks over 30”! Clay is an accomplished pig and turkey guide here on one of our local ranches in Santa Clara County. Clay also has been part of Western Wildlife Adventures for over 17 years! When not guiding or scouting, Clay spends time with his wife and two daughters.
Kyle has always had a passion for hunting and fishing. He has a gift for being a professional guide and with his vast knowledge of Dye Creek Preserve and his goofy personality, you can expect a great and successful hunt! His repeat client list is long and does an outstanding job each and every time out. He has three guiding principles on his hunts; “work hard, be honest, and treat clients, as I would like to be treated”. Kyle has been guiding on our Dye Creek property for over 14 years with fantastic success!
Tim Fox is a northern California native (State of Jefferson) and has been hunting and fly-fishing for most of his life. Let his calm demeanor and experience guide you to a wonderful day of fly-fishing on our local California waters. Being one of the top fly fisherman and fly tiers in the state, assures that you will have a fantastic time. Tim also guides pig and deer hunts on our Dye Creek Preserve and has put smiles on many faces with his guiding success, expertise of the ranch and his funny personality! Tim has also been guiding on Dye Creek for over 14 years!
Gary was raised in San Jose, California and moved to the Chico area in 1986 to attend college. According to Gary’s parents, Gary received his hunting and fishing degree while attending Chico State! He fell in love with the area and has become proficient in waterfowl hunting as well as bass fishing. He has perfected his craft in both and is joining our crew as a waterfowl guide and bass fishing expert. Gary has taken many on trips to Lake Oroville and caught upwards of 50-100 bass daily! He has just three words for our clients, “Let’s Go Fishing!”