We are a big game hunting guide and outfitter service with special recreation permits to guide elk, mule deer, and mountain lion hunts. All or part of this operation is conducted on public lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 

THIS IS OUR CREW

All of our guides are CPR and First Aid Certified.

GREG MOATS

FOUNDER
OWNER / OUTFITTER / GUIDE
304.678.6857
glmoats@frontier.com

Greg is a 3rd generation logger raised in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. Greg has owned his own logging and trucking business since 1989. He is the owner and founder of Mountaineer Outfitters. He is a first generation outfitter who's fondest childhood memories involve learning to hunt & fish with his grandpa.

 

Greg made his first trip out to Colorado on an elk hunt with some of his buddies in the fall of 1998. They say for those of us raised on the East Coast, once you go West a piece of you never really comes back. He went back year after year, helped many of his friends harvest elk and dreamed of someday owning an outfitter business. 

Greg’s favorite thing to do is bow hunt. He’s killed caribou, turkey, bear, coyotes, elk, wild boar and even his grandpa’s rooster as a kid with a bow. He loves to hunt elk during bugling season when he can call them in. He spends his summers logging, farming, and conditioning his hounds for lion season on bear and raccoon.

 

Greg has been teaching his daughter Cassie to hunt and fish since before she can remember. When she was 8 months old he wrapped her in a blanket and went out into the snow and cold to kill a deer in which he was successful with not even a whimper. He is very passionate about the outdoors and enjoys teaching and sharing what he knows with others. 

CASSIE MOATS

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CO-OWNER / OUTFITTER / GUIDE
304.322.0071
cassmoats@gmail.com

Home State: West Virginia 

Native to the Appalachian Mountains

Education: Bachelor's of Science from West Virginia University

Studied Wildlife and Fisheries Resources

Work Experience involving the Outdoors: 

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Biological Fisheries Technician

Ludington, MI - Sea Lamprey Control

Grand Junction, CO - Colorado River Native Fisheries Project

 

Fortunate enough to grow up under her father’s wing in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia, she grew up hunting and fishing with her dad from as far back as she can remember. After high school she furthered her education at West Virginia University and graduated with a bachelors degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Resources. She manages Mountaineer Outfitters, Kincaidville RV Park, and spends her summers working on Rivers for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. With experience in guiding and outfitting big game hunts, living a semi-nomadic lifestyle, camping for long periods of time, and working outdoors everyday, her life involves a ton of time spent in the vast outdoors.


 

BRIAN CRABILL

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OUTFITTER / GUIDE
540.325.6358
briancrabill@yahoo.com

Home State: Virginia 

Native to the Shenandoah Valley

Education: Bachelor's of Science from West Virginia University

Studied Wildlife and Fisheries Resources

Service: U.S. Airforce Veteran

Two Combat Deployments --> Afghanistan and Iraq

Work Experience involving the Outdoors: 

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Biological Fisheries Technician

Fairbanks, Alaska - Snorkel surveys

Sacramento, California - Monitored Fish Weir's 

Grand Junction, CO - Colorado River Native Fisheries Project

U.S. Forest Service - Biological Fisheries Technician Crew Leader

Sawtooth National Forest - Monitored Bull Trout Populations

Brian is an avid outdoorsman and is very passionate about conservation, hunting, and fishing. He grew up hunting and fishing in Virginia with his Uncle Eugene. 

Check out Brian's self filmed spring gobbler hunt! 

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