Armiger's Guide Service prides ourselves on providing a smaller family run type of atmosphere where our clients are treated more like old friends coming for a visit. Someone coming for a trip with my guide service can expect a warm welcome from my wife, Carrie and I, and at the end of the day you can count on eager eyes coming from my little girls peering at the back of the truck hoping to catch a peek, and maybe a poke, at the days bounty, whether it be a six inch brook trout or a nine hundred pound moose!
When I'm not guiding or trapping I work as a part time patrol officer for the local police department. My love for the outdoors began as early as I can remember, my need to go fishing started as soon as I could hold a fishing pole, and my drive to hunt exploded when my Dad gave me that BB gun for Christmas when I was 8 yrs old. Since then I've tried many different types of hunting and fishing, have found my favorites and have worked hard to try to perfect my methods. I believe guiding has made me a better outdoorsman and I am amazed at how much I have learned from my clients and the game we pursue.
My wife, Carrie, works as a CNA and is currently going to school to become an RN. Although she doesn't have the same type of hunting and fishing background I do, she has always been able to appreciate the outdoors. Carrie killed her first game animal this past spring, a beautiful tom turkey with a nearly ten inch beard. Carrie is also planning on getting her guides license after school, I guess she's tired of being designated "camp cook"!
Needless to say, we are both well versed in first aid and CPR, and would consider ourselves to be well respected members of the community, who better to trust with your safety when embarking on a wilderness adventure?