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  • Ok This might be a dumb question but what does it take to be a Pro-Staffer. I love to hunt and spend a lot of time in the outdo

    Ok This might be a dumb question but what does it take to be a Pro-Staffer. I love to hunt and spend a lot of time in the outdoors is there a way to become one?

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    All I can say, is deffinantly let me know when you find out. But, I would think, to be really good at fishing and/or huting. Also, enter local competitions and win to get some attention. I would also think a couple of records would not hurt. A job where you hunt and fish is like a dream come true.

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    • #3
      If you’re independent, think outside of the box and don’t go GA! GA! over the most stupid thing that comes along,the presence of some air head super star and don't play golf and drink like a fish it’s not going to be you!

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      • #4
        Sign me up.

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        • #5
          You definitely have to be a "company man."

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          • #6
            Hey BEEKEEPER!

            No joke on the company man!

            Daniel Henninger said it best!

            “A government establishment so profligate that it thinks nothing of throwing its best people onto bonfires of its own making will likely, over time, burn down to nothing.”
            -Daniel Henninger, in the Wall Street Journal, 2007-Mar-15, “The Walter Reed Fiasco: The Army fired the one guy who can fix it.”

            This is the exact reason companies are failing!!!

            I don’t drink the KOOL AID! LOL!

            When I was in the Air Force, my Deputy Commander of Maintenance will say during his meetings, where is my Rush Limbaugh of Maintenance Sergeant Cooper at! You know that really pissed off the Brown Nosers!

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            • #7
              I just Hunt, Fish, take as many outdoor photos as possible, write when I feel a topic needs written about, and if some day I am picked up to be a part of something bigger in the Outdoor Industry so be it, if not, I will have not wasted any of my time since I am doing what I love to do.

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              • #8
                Idaho, I like where your head's at. Until that day comes however, I hope you have a day job.

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                • #9
                  Yea, just walk right in the jobs yours.

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                  • #10
                    Agreed with Beekeeper and + 1 for you sir!!!

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