Trevor Hubbs grew up near the confluence of the Mississippi, Missouri, and Ohio rivers. His father and two uncles taught me about their particular brand of hunting starting when he was 7. His father was a waterfowler, one uncle a houndsman, and another uncle the last quail hunter in southern Illinois. He grew up chasing raccoons and coyotes behind hounds and running a muskrat trapline starting at seven years-old. In high school, Trevor guided for game farm pheasants and public land ducks. Today, he follows his Irish Setters looking for native game birds on public land.
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