Field Staff

Brandon Rapp

Field Staff

Born and raised in Lancaster County, Brandon has spent his life enjoying the adventure and tradition of hunting and fishing. Brandon devotes his time year round to the great outdoors where he can likely be found fishing, hunting, or scouting depending on the season. When he is not in the woods, he volunteers his time assisting various conservation organizations in preserving public lands throughout Pennsylvania. He is passionate about volunteering his free time in hopes to be able to pass these conservation's on to future generations for them to be able to keep the hunting and fishing traditions alive! 

 

Mike Jones

Field Staff

Mike was born and raised in Central Pennsylvania. At a young age, he developed a passion for the outdoors and as the years passed, his passion and knowledge for hunting and fishing grew into an obsession. Being a high school elite and D1 scholarship athlete in college, caused hunting and fishing to become limited to a few days a week but after suffering a career altering injury, his football career ended and he was able to devote more time to the outdoors again. From that moment, he switched gears, and hunting and fishing became his before and after work addiction. Wanting to take it to the next level, Mike purchased a camera and has been filming his outdoor experiences. Mike has harvested multiple pope and young whitetails, eastern turkeys and a Canadian black bear on camera that has aired on national television networks. When he is not spending time in the outdoors, Mike loves spending time with his wife, Katie and son, Christian.

 

Jo Ketner

Field Staff

Jo favors archery and flintlock season, but is also passionate about turkey and rabbit hunting as well. When he is not hunting you can likely catch him on the Juniata and Susquehanna river where he enjoys bass fishing. Jo loves to travel and hunt around the country, especially Alaska, OH, NY, MD and Canada. Jo is involved in wildlife habitat management, planting food plots and timber management. He is a member of the Harrisburg Beagle Club and trains beagles for hunting and field trials.