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Element Outdoors is founded and operated by hard working blue collar individuals, When assembling our promotional team we search for those that share the passion and drive it takes to stand out, make a difference, and represent themselves as ambassadors of the sport. They put our gear to the ultimate test in some of the worst conditions.         

Huntstache

When Alec and Jake decided to start capturing their hunts and scouting adventures on film, HuntStache was born. Two best friends and hunting partners from New Mexico set out to capture the majesty of the outdoors through hunting, and film making. By providing the most cinematic and real footage we can provide, our hope is to give the viewer a look into hunting aside from the filtered view that the everyday  cookie cutter hunting show provides.  Rather it be Mule Deer, Barbary Sheep, Elk, or any other New Mexico big game, you can be sure HustStache will scout it, film it, and hunt it.

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico - I Started hunting and fishing at a very early age with my dad Johnny, and younger brother David.  We were good friends with an outfitter by the name of Ric Martin, and so I would tag along on as many hunts as possible, while my dad would help guide on the weekends hunting elk on the famous Baca Ranch, now the Valles Caldera.  At the age of 16 I started working as a fishing guide during the summers in Alaska. After graduating high school, I started guiding hunts for Ric in the fall, and going to school at NMSU in the spring and summer studying Wildlife Science.  Upon the sale of the Baca Ranch to the federal government, I moved to Chama in northern NM and hired on at The Lodge at Chama as a full time hunting and fishing guide. In 2001 I left NM and moved to Colorado, working for Aaron Neilson of Global Hunting Resources. Since then, I have been focused on guiding primarily spot and stalk hunts out on the prairie for the monster mule deer and whitetails that call Eastern Colorado home. When not out guiding, I have been working as an international hunting videographer filming for various TV shows on the outdoor channel such as Trijicon’s World of Sports Afield.  I try to write about some of my adventures, being published in Australian and International Trophy Hunter, Eastman’s Journal, and Western Hunter.  When not guiding, I love to spend my time in the mountains of Colorado bow hunting deer and elk, running my hounds for mt. lions, scouting, fly fishing, or whitewater rafting.

Huntstache

When Alec and Jake decided to start capturing their hunts and scouting adventures on film, HuntStache was born. Two best friends and hunting partners from New Mexico set out to capture the majesty of the outdoors through hunting, and film making. By providing the most cinematic and real footage we can provide, our hope is to give the viewer a look into hunting aside from the filtered view that the everyday  cookie cutter hunting show provides.  Rather it be Mule Deer, Barbary Sheep, Elk, or any other New Mexico big game, you can be sure HustStache will scout it, film it, and hunt it.

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico - I Started hunting and fishing at a very early age with my dad Johnny, and younger brother David.  We were good friends with an outfitter by the name of Ric Martin, and so I would tag along on as many hunts as possible, while my dad would help guide on the weekends hunting elk on the famous Baca Ranch, now the Valles Caldera.  At the age of 16 I started working as a fishing guide during the summers in Alaska. After graduating high school, I started guiding hunts for Ric in the fall, and going to school at NMSU in the spring and summer studying Wildlife Science.  Upon the sale of the Baca Ranch to the federal government, I moved to Chama in northern NM and hired on at The Lodge at Chama as a full time hunting and fishing guide. In 2001 I left NM and moved to Colorado, working for Aaron Neilson of Global Hunting Resources. Since then, I have been focused on guiding primarily spot and stalk hunts out on the prairie for the monster mule deer and whitetails that call Eastern Colorado home. When not out guiding, I have been working as an international hunting videographer filming for various TV shows on the outdoor channel such as Trijicon’s World of Sports Afield.  I try to write about some of my adventures, being published in Australian and International Trophy Hunter, Eastman’s Journal, and Western Hunter.  When not guiding, I love to spend my time in the mountains of Colorado bow hunting deer and elk, running my hounds for mt. lions, scouting, fly fishing, or whitewater rafting.